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Chipotle ABT's with lil smokies and ABT's with habenero cheese and lil smokies

post #1 of 22
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Made two different kinds for Saturday and Easter Sunday.  Kinda did a taste tester saturday for everything.

 

First style were:

 

1 Block of Cream Cheese

Chipotle Mrs. Dash seasoning

Mixed it up, added to the boat, topped with a lil smokie and wrapped in a half of piece of bacon.

 

Second style were:

 

1 Block of Cream Cheese

3/4 cup of Habenero Shredded cheese

Mixed it up, added to the boat, topped with a lil smokie and wrapped the same.

 

I left the smokies out on some.  I made 40 of them for 8 people and they were finished

 

These were smoked with Pitmaster Blend for 2 1/2hrs.  They were very good

 

Enjoy

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post #2 of 22

Looks like they came out great 

post #3 of 22
Thread Starter 

They were great.  I loved the chipotle ones, had a good amount of kick.  Wife loved the habenero ones, they weren't over powering and not as much kick as the chipotle. 

 

Guess I'll have to do them again to get a winner :)

 

post #4 of 22
ABT's looks great ! icon14.gif
post #5 of 22

Those look awesome!!! Never though to put a lil smokie on it. I think that is exactly what mine need.

post #6 of 22
They look good. I want to try doing that myself. What temp do you smoke these at? How do you know when they are done, when the bacon is crispy?

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post #7 of 22

Those look great!

post #8 of 22
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Just from the reading that I did, I smoked them at 225* for 2 1/2 hours about.  Its all on how done you want the bacon really.  I did these just a smaller batch the day prior for about 1 1/2 hours and wifey didn't like the bacon.  She loved these at this length, bacon was crispy. 

post #9 of 22

Very nice indeed!

post #10 of 22

When tha bacon is good and dark, they are done. I do mine at 225° for about 2.5 hours...Every grill is different....439.gif

post #11 of 22

I like your combinations, them look good!

post #12 of 22

Great Job. Little Smokies are a great idea......

 

I wonder how sliced Red Hots would be??

 

I'm more of a molten lava heat sorta guy :)

 

 

They sure do look fantastic! 

post #13 of 22

MMMMM mmmmm mmm! Im gonna have to try these this weekend when Im smoking my bacon.  Thanks for sharing.  Travis

post #14 of 22

MMMMM mmmmm mmm! Im gonna have to try these this weekend when Im smoking my bacon.  Thanks for sharing.  Travis

post #15 of 22

MMMMM mmmmm mmm! Im gonna have to try these this weekend when Im smoking my bacon.  Thanks for sharing.  Travis

post #16 of 22

drool.gifnice

post #17 of 22

Oh, one other thing that I don't think anyone mentioned here. When you cook your ABT's, and the jalapeno's is cook throughly, the peppers looses most all of their heat. If you want it fiery then add more red pepper, ceyenne or indian hot pepper. I like mine with the bacon well done and really spiced up with Indian hot pepper. You can buy it at the Indian food stores. Asian food stores have really hot peppers. Granulated Chinese chile peppers will do the job too.

post #18 of 22
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Oh, one other thing that I don't think anyone mentioned here. When you cook your ABT's, and the jalapeno's is cook throughly, the peppers looses most all of their heat. If you want it fiery then add more red pepper, ceyenne or indian hot pepper. I like mine with the bacon well done and really spiced up with Indian hot pepper. You can buy it at the Indian food stores. Asian food stores have really hot peppers. Granulated Chinese chile peppers will do the job too.



I did 8 japs yesterday, gutted and devained a little, added half of the seeds/veins back in, added garlic, minced and threw the cream cheese in.  They were almost hiccup hot, very good.

 

post #19 of 22

The seeds and veins will retain the heat. That's how I like it hot baby....

post #20 of 22

Man, those look good.

I gotta give ABTs a shot again. Thanks for the inspiration!

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