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ABT using sweet peppers?

post #1 of 14
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Would I be able to use the general filling (cream cheese, ched cheese, etc) with sweet peppers?

 

What's the rough estimate these guys stay in the smoker? What temp should I be going for?

 

oh and i'll wrap it in bacon!!!

 

if anyone is not sure of what peppers i'll be using, it's here:

 

http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=11340236&whse=BD_563&Ne=5000000%204000000&eCat=BD_563|11123|11288&N=4036595%205000106&Mo=62&No=34&Nr=P_CatalogName:BD_563&Ns=P_Price|1||P_SignDesc1&lang=en-US&Sp=C&topnav=bdo

post #2 of 14

 

 

Go for it!

 

I use bell peppers cut into 1/4's for my family that can't handle heat and they love 'em.

 

Gene

post #3 of 14

You can use anything...I use cubanelles all the time, and poblanos as well. Stuff with cheese, and/or sausage, wrap in bacon, about 2 hours, ooo-la-la.

post #4 of 14

Yep the options are limitless, about 2-2 1/2 hours, and always wrap in thin bacon, it will get crispy.

post #5 of 14

I have used lots of different kinds of peppers and they all seem to work well. As Al said they take a couple hours depending on smoker temps basically when the bacon is done to your tastes its ready

post #6 of 14

once they are wrapped in bacon , anything taste good!

post #7 of 14

Yup just stuff away and wrap in thin bacon and plan on about 2- 2 1/2 hours  

post #8 of 14
Those are exactly what I use and they work great.
post #9 of 14

If you can find them near you, try the sweet mini bell peppers.  They work great for ABT's!

I buy them at the grocery store in a 2# bag.  Costco sells them in a 1.5# plastic tray

It's a mix of red, yellow, and orange peppers that are about the size of a jalapeno, only they are sweet like bell peppers.

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post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by Czarcastic View Post

If you can find them near you, try the sweet mini bell peppers.  They work great for ABT's!

I buy them at the grocery store in a 2# bag.  Costco sells them in a 1.5# plastic tray

It's a mix of red, yellow, and orange peppers that are about the size of a jalapeno, only they are sweet like bell peppers.

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That is what i picked up, different package, but same produce.

 

Do i get the smoker up to normal temp ? or lower?  Is there a way I can tell it's done?

post #11 of 14

Yeah I use the mini bells for my wife too. Usually a cream cheese & monterey + rub mixture & wrap in bacon. Like Al & Jerry said when the bacons done they're done. Let us know what you did & don't forget the qview!!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Czarcastic View Post

If you can find them near you, try the sweet mini bell peppers.  They work great for ABT's!

I buy them at the grocery store in a 2# bag.  Costco sells them in a 1.5# plastic tray

It's a mix of red, yellow, and orange peppers that are about the size of a jalapeno, only they are sweet like bell peppers.

26603b.jpg

 

 

 


I like to use these peppers too when I can find them.  I use cream cheese and a white cheddar in mine.
 

post #13 of 14

I see no reason you couldn't use any pepper you can eat.  I don't think those sweet bells would be Atomic, though.  I think you would just have BT's.

post #14 of 14

I have used these before,  I think they are the same...

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