Cut the bacon in half. Take one piece of half cut bacon and lay a tater tot on top. Add a small piece of cheese, a thin slice of jalapeño and a thin slice of red pepper and roll it up. Sprinkle or roll in brown sugar.
Place it on cast iron skillet over a hot grill set about 375 degrees. Don't go too hot or it will burn.
Turn it over after about five minutes and remove it from the grill when both sides of the bacon are thoroughly cooked.
Sour Cream Chive Dip
Combine all the ingredients into a bowl and stir.
Place in the refrigerator for 4-8 hours before serving.
Nutritional values will not be given as this recipe can be made for 6 tater tots or 60 tater tots. Add More Spice: If you want these to have a bigger kick of flavor, add more jalapeño, choose a hotter pepper or add a little bit of Creole or red pepper flakes to the brown sugar. The sweet/hot mixture is wonderful. Less Char: If you want less of a char, add the brown sugar towards the end. It is absolutely amazing and provides a great sweet taste.Control the Heat: You control the heat by how much jalapeño is included. There wasn't a ton of heat with one slice, and it worked perfect with the sweetness of the sugar and the cool dipping sauce.Defrost Tater Tots? Nope. You are good to go to pull these right out of the freezer.Storage of Dip: This will stay good for about 3 days in a sealed container. Storage of Tater Tot Bombs: These don't store well so plan accordingly.
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