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Bacon Wrapped Shrimp and Sweet Potato Jalapeño Poppers

"Big name...Big Flavor," pretty much sums up this tasteful starter. An idea that I came up with a few months ago, this was my first time executing these. They didn't give me the heat that I like, but they're great for a Midwest crowd.

You could easily slice the jalapeños, leave the seeds in, and lay them over the shrimp and sweet potatoes, then wrap them with bacon. I'll do that next time and let you know how it turns out...

Pop 'em

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I touch these babies up with the 5 in 5 for 5 Mayo, some Sriracha, Maple Syrup, and Cilantro, but you can finish them off in a fashion that fits your fancy.

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