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Dynamite Chili Fingers

Dynamite is a great snack for friends and families gatherings, from the word itself they called it Dynamite because as soon as you had your first bite it's such a bomb, you can never stop munching these crispy chili fingers. The taste of cheese, pork with a picante makes you crave for more. I usually served and see it at family or friends drinking sessions(Inuman Session). Here in the Philippines we called it Pulutan (pika-pika) or finger foods. It besteeest served with an ice cold beer. When making Dynamites it is best to used the big chili fingers(siling haba),as the big ones are not too spicy and I also soak them in water for 5 minutes so it’ll sure be crispier. It’s a little bit time consuming, but all worth the goodness. 

Here's my Dynamite Crispy Chili Fingers Recipe and let me know what you think.

Prep time 20 mins – Cook Time 5 mins – Total Time 25 mins


๐Ÿ’•7-10 Big Chili Fingers (siling haba)         
๐Ÿ’•ground pork or beef
๐Ÿ’•1 small size carrot (grated)
๐Ÿ’•1 minced onion
๐Ÿ’•salt and pepper
๐Ÿ’•1 egg with milk
๐Ÿ’•quickmelt cheddar cheese cut into logs
๐Ÿ’•bread crumbs
๐Ÿ’•lumpia or spring roll wrappers

For the sauce

๐Ÿ’•Soy sauce                                              
๐Ÿ’•garlic and onion
๐Ÿ’•or Mayo/Ketchup


1.Using a small knife/paring knife, cut a slit across the length of one side of the each chili fingers from the stem to the tip. Using a spoon , gently scrape the inside of the chili fingers to remove the seeds. Rinse with running water to remove remaining seeds. Tip: Soak in cold water for 5 minutes it’ll be crispier and less spicier. Drain well after.

2.In a bowl, combine ground pork, grated carrots, minced onion, garlic, egg and salt & pepper.

3.Heat a pan, and sautรฉ the mix ground pork for 3 minutes. (set aside)

4.Using a spoon, start stuffing the mix ground pork to each chili fingers then add log cheese inside.

5.Place every stuffed chili fingers on a spring roll wrapper and roll tightly to fully cover chili pepper, leaving the stem exposed. Seal with a dab of water. Repeat and complete remaining chili fingers.

6.Dip each chili fingers in the flour, eggs then lay it in breadcrumbs.

7.Heat oil in a frying pan, and deep fry each Chili fingers.

8.Take a picture and post it to your social media para mag crave din sila ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜….



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