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What is ABT

post #1 of 29
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I tried to search this before posting and couldn't find anything on this term. There is posting's on FATTIES but I would like to know what "ABT" is abbreviation for icon_question.gif I have seen what some look like but no explanation for the ABT. Hope someone can help straighten me out.
post #2 of 29
ABT stands for Atomic Buffalo Turd. They are jalapeno peppers which are seeded and stuffes with your choice of cheese, meat or other items, wrapped in bacon, then smoked.
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post #4 of 29
Manna from heaven Kid, Manna from heaven!!!
post #5 of 29
I agree!!

post #6 of 29
Excellent reply Flash!
post #7 of 29
GAURANTEED make em once and your hooked
post #8 of 29

OMG I had never even heard of these, but am about to run to the store to get some ingredients and fire up the ECB!!!!

post #9 of 29

You will love them and I guarantee they will be a hit!

post #10 of 29

Habaneros make even better ABTs IMHO


post #11 of 29

I sure love those things but Habaneros. Sounds good but I would be afraid to try them.

post #12 of 29

You'll get hooked

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post #13 of 29

So, is there a way to cut down some of the hotness of the pepper?  I mean, I like jalapeños but worry that it would be too hot for me if I ate a large piece of one.  Some options?

post #14 of 29

Just get all the seeds and the membrane out and there shouldn't be much heat. I missed a seed up top but for the most part I got em all and they didn't have much heat.


post #15 of 29

Use banana peppers.

post #16 of 29

Just don`t eat to many your first time out you will pay for it the next day.....

post #17 of 29

I always find if you get the seeds and the membranes there is almost no heat at all. 

post #18 of 29

Seems to me that the large Jap' farms have been breeding the heat out to make a mild chile, used for Jalapeno Poppers, the general public can eat coming from Restaurants and the Frozen Food isle of grocery stores...I bought 2 dozen Jap's to make ABT's and 4 of them had any heat, we were adding Hot Sauce to kick them up...JJ

post #19 of 29
Teez, what a cool knife! What is it called? I need to get one asap! Just made my first ABTs ever today and i'm a believer!!!
post #20 of 29
And yes, by coring them and removing all seeds most of them were very mild. I did get surprised by a couple that were randomly fiery. But overall i would say next time i need to supplement with extra heat.
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