The Southern Redneck version of Wonton Wraps. Or what we like to call, Plain and BBQ Chicken Stuffers! A quick and easy appetizer to serve at any party, race day or game day event. Or just for a light summer dinner.
Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Serves: 10 to 20 @ 2 to 3 stuffers per person.
Makes: 30 stuffers
1 lb chicken
2 tblspn butter/margarine
16 oz package of wonton wrappers
1½ cup Colby Jack Cheddar
¼ cup crumbled bacon
¼ cup BBQ
¼ tspn pepper
1 tspn salt
There are two steps to this appetizer, the filling and the shells.
Great finger food for the race, football game, or for that cozy party. There are 2 parts to these appetizers, the seasoning and the straws. The great thing about this recipe is that you can alter so many different parts to make the cheese straws you like best. See the alternatives sections for more ideas.
Total preparation time: 1 hour, 45 minutes.
This makes about 1/2 cup of seasoning. Store unused portions in a seasoning bottle for next time.
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