Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks

Good day darlings :) I'm sorry if I haven't posted the past few days.  I have been so busy lately with no internet access to post new entries.  Today, I am sharing yet another favorite recipe that's perfect pulutan (appetizer).  I made this a couple of weeks back and boy, was it yummy.  I have seen this recipe so many times but I decided to make the the "jumbo" version.  I hope you like this super simple, super easy recipe that you can prepare for your friends and family.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks



For this dish, we will need the following ingredients:
1.  Lumpia wrapper (spring roll wrapper)
2.  Siling pansigang/siling haba (green chilis)
3.  Cooked ham
4.  Cheddar cheese
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
First thing to do is to prep the ingredients.  Wash your chilis.  Cut them lengthwise then remove all seeds and white meat inside.  If you want super hot cheese sticks, you can leave a few seeds inside.  Slice the the cheese into sticks then also slice your ham to about the 1/4 inch thick and about the length of your chilis.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
Next, get your lumpia wrapper.  Place the sliced cheese, ham, and chili to one end of the wrapper.  Stack the three ingredients nicely.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
Next, roll the wrapper until all three ingredients are covered, fold both ends so that the ingredients are secured inside then roll until you reach the other end of the wrapper.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
Repeat this step until you rolled all your green chilis.  See how big I made mine?  Usually they are only about the size of your finger but because I bought extra long green chilis, I have made super sized dynamites :)
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
In a pan, put your usual cooking oil then fry the cheese sticks until golden brown.  Make sure to place the side where the wrapper ends so that the cheese sticks does not unfold while cooking.  Drain excess oil in a paper towel.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
Serve these super yummy sticks while they are hot and crispy together with your favorite ice-cold beer.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
I love the balance of flavors and the different textures with the hotness from the chilis, the gooey cheesy goodness and delicious ham with the super crispy outside.
Chili Cheese Sticks a.k.a. Dynamite Sticks
I do hope you enjoy today's recipe :)
Good luck!
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36 comments:

  1. There's another version of this "dynamite" pulutan wherein the cheese and ham are placed inside the chili then coated with breading (instead of lumpia wrapper) then fried. But I haven't tried it because I don't eat chili or any kind of vegetable anyway. ^_^;

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    1. haven't tried that version. i bet it's also yummy ;)

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  2. It looks really easy and it could be tweaked with ... I was thinking of bacon. You could also experiment with other kinds of cheese. Now, someone bring in the mojitos :)

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  3. Yum! I can't remember exactly how many times I've cooked Dynamites but I never tried putting ham. However, I had tried something like that last year, uso na rin kasi siyang street food. Perhaps next time I'll add ham and/or bacon too! :)

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    1. yes. but the street food version uses cheese powder i think. walang lasang cheese plus lots of food coloring.

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  4. Tried this in Gerry's Grill Boracay and it was so good!!! Will try making them at home :) Thank you for the recipe!

    www.jacquelineuy.blogspot.com

    :)

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  5. Yummy recipe dear. Can't wait to try it and relish it :)
    http://naturelbellefemme.blogspot.com

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  6. Ooh, these sound so good! Thanks for sharing!

    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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  7. Oh my goodness this looks DIVINE!!!!!!!! I cannot wait to try this out! Nom nom nom!!!! I adore chillis.

    www.bohemianmuses.blogspot.com

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  8. I'd do these in a heartbeat (without the ham) if I had all the ingredients at hand now!!

    Best,
    -Kati

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  9. These chili cheese sticks looks amazing! I love these food recipes from u :)
    www.speakstyleandrock.com

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    1. yay! glad to know you like them :) thank you!

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  10. These look so delicious! Thanks so much for the detailed step by step instructions for this recipe!

    Rebecca
    www.winnipegstyle.ca

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  11. looks delicious! :)
    xx

    http://losaway.blogspot.com

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  12. Hello Angel,

    It's been awhile since the last time I've done blog hopping. You really amaze me in terms of your blog design and post, just like the one above. I've been looking for a dynamite recipe and tada! Hahaha. I find your blog helpful. Thanks for this post Sis. :)

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    1. thank you jen :) i really appreciate your kind words. these kind of comments inspire me to blog more. thank you from the bottom of my heart! :)

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  13. Mouth watering, it is easy to to also.

    www.candycrow.com

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  14. i love this angel! this is my fave appetizer EVER. altho i havent tried making one since i have very low kitchen skills lol. my friends always make this but with out meat. next time i will demand that they include meat inside :D

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    1. yay! this is one of my favorites too ;) served best with freshly made salsa and boom! sarap!

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