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Any ideas for Seafood ABT?

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
Hi All,

I did some venison jalapeno summer sausage and brats and now I have around 2 dozen extra jalapeno peppers and have never done an ABT before. I'd like to try making a seafood one with crab or shrimp or both. Anybody have any recipes or links they could share? Thanks!
post #2 of 14
Just chop up some shrimp, crab, garlic cloves, and mix it with the cream cheese (I like the onion and chive) and shredded cheese. Spoon it into the peppers and wrap the bacon and your good to go
post #3 of 14
Here is a couple for you...

Crab, Brie and Artichoke Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers

The stuffing for this jalapeno popper variation is more traditionally served as an hors d'oeuvre, but as you've learned by now, so many dips and spreads can be stuffed into jalapenos and cooked up into poppers. We love this one very much.

Ingredients
• 10 jalapeno peppers
• 4 ounces fresh jumbo lump crab meat
• 2 ounces drained canned artichoke hearts
• 4 ounces Brie cheese
• 1 teaspoon dried onion flakes
• 1 ounce spinach, chopped
• 2 tablespoons garlic, minced
• 2 tablespoons olive oil
• 2 tablespoons white wine
• 2 tablespoons heavy cream
• 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, finely chopped
• 1 tablespoon fresh tarragon, finely chopped
• 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
• Hot sauce to taste
• 1 egg
• 1 cup bread crumbs
• Olive oil for frying

Cooking Directions
1. Remove stems from the jalapeno peppers and remove innards through the top with
a pepper corer. If you do not have a corer, use a knife or very thin spoon.
2. In a blender, combine crab meat, artichoke hearts, Brie, onion flakes, spinach, olive
oil (2 tablespoons), garlic, white wine, heavy cream, parsley, tarragon, mustard and
hot sauce to taste. Process until fairly smooth.
3. Stuff each jalapeno with your Crab, Artichoke and Brie combination.
4. In a shallow bowl, beat the egg.
5. Dip the stuffed jalapeno peppers into the egg, then coat with bread crumbs.
6. In a deep frying pan, add about 1 inch of oil and heat thoroughly.
7. Fry each breaded jalapeno popper about 3-5 minutes each side, or until golden
brown. Or, skip the oil and bake at 375 degrees for 20-30 minutes, or until peppers
are heated through and turning golden brown.
8. Serve!



Shrimp Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers, Baked with Feta Cheese

This is a variation of one of our favorite Mediterranean recipes. Instead of breading these
jalapeno poppers, you only need to bake them with a tomato sauce and chunks of feta
cheese. Serve this one on a cool Summer evening when the sun dips just below the horizon.

Ingredients
• 10 jalapeno peppers
• 5 ounces raw shrimp, chopped
• 5 ounces feta cheese, chopped into tiny squares
• 6 Roma tomatoes, peeled and coarsely chopped
• 1 Spanish onion, diced
• 2 tablespoons fresh basil
• 2 tablespoons fresh parsley
• 1 tablespoon giardiniera
• 1 tablespoon fresh garlic, minced
• Pinch of sugar

Cooking Directions
1. Remove stems from the jalapeno peppers and remove innards through the top with
a pepper corer. If you do not have a corer, use a knife or very thin spoon.
2. Stuff each jalapeno with layers of raw shrimp and feta cheese. Set aside
3. To prepare the sauce, add onions to a heated sauce pan and sauté about 5 minutes,
or until onion is translucent.
4. Add chopped tomatoes, basil, parsley, giardiniera, garlic, and sugar. Simmer about 20
minutes to reduce.
5. Transfer sauce to a large baking dish.
6. Add jalapeno poppers to dish and cover with sauce.
7. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
8. Remove and serve!
NOTE: If you have extra feta cheese, top the poppers with it and bake along with the recipe.
They'll be extra cheesy, and you'll love how baked chunks of feta cheese turn out.
post #4 of 14
Check out this thread from chisoxjim.
http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...highlight=abts
post #5 of 14

Crabmeat ABTs

HI, seafood ABT's are great. Here's a link to some crabmeat ones I made back in June....

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=77684

Good luck to you and keep us posted!
post #6 of 14
I don't have a link but I take onions, peppers, carrots and throw them in the food processer and minces them up. Then chop up your shrimp and add them to the processer and pulse it a few times and that will chop the shrimp up alittle more then add the whole thing to some cream cheese and to a piping bag. All you do then is fill up the jalapenos and bang go smoke them. Takes mt take on abt's.
post #7 of 14
Thread Starter 
Cool,thanks guys! I'll be sure to try a couple of these.
post #8 of 14

shrimp ABTs

Make em boat style, Slice peppers in half lengthwise. scrape out seeds and veins. Mix softened cream cheese w/ your favorite seasonings.
fold in crab meat. fill boat w/ cream cheese mix then top w/ a whole peeled shrimp. Wrap w/ bacon . secure bacon w/ tooth pick if needed. smoke over pecan or apple .
post #9 of 14
That sounds like how I make mine too. :)

Ole, just send those peppers down to me, I'll take care of them for ya. biggrin.gif
post #10 of 14
Thread Starter 
I'll send ya some peppers anytime you want. The ones I currently have better get used tomorrow before they start growing mold on em.

I'll try those recipes and use a little of each maybe. Need to go to the grocery store when I wake up and get these going. Not sure if I can have Q-vue, my camera's not working at the moment.
post #11 of 14

hi, at what point can you freeze or CAN you freeze poppers/ABT...?  before smoking after smoking? i was thinking of selling some to clubs, just wondering how i could keep them after and before cooked/smoked...ty so much....Billy

post #12 of 14



 

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Originally Posted by SmokeButt View Post

hi, at what point can you freeze or CAN you freeze poppers/ABT...?  before smoking after smoking? i was thinking of selling some to clubs, just wondering how i could keep them after and before cooked/smoked...ty so much....Billy



I would have to caution against off-site food prep if it is to be sold. It's a whole new world when the almighty dollar comes into the equation. My understanding is all food has to be prepared and cooked at the point of sale, so, food code issues will come into play if anyone blew the whistle on you. Licensed venders who operate temporary food stands or mobile chuck-wagons selling hot dogs, etc, have all their storage, prep/cooking cooking equipment in their rig. It all comes down to following the food code.

 

I've never frozen ABT's, either pre or post smoke, but I have reheated them from the fridge and they don't seem quite as good as straight out of the smoker. Having trouble getting the bacon to crisp up again after being chilled is part of the reason, then the peppers seem to get pretty soggy. I don't think they'd snap out of it if they were frozen pre-smoked...the cell structure of the peppers would likely become badly damaged, and this may create an undesirable texture after smoking.

 

Eric

post #13 of 14

You can freeze after smoking!!! i have kept them up to 2months frozen when ready just pop in oven on baking sheet at 425 for about 15minutes & they are just like they came off the smoker!!

post #14 of 14


Thanks for the recipe I'm gona try this .

Quote:
Originally Posted by Beer-B-Q View Post

Here is a couple for you...Crab, Brie and Artichoke Stuffed Jalapeno PoppersThe stuffing for this jalapeno popper variation is more traditionally served as an hors d'oeuvre, but as you've learned by now, so many dips and spreads can be stuffed into jalapenos and cooked up into poppers. We love this one very much.Ingredients• 10 jalapeno peppers• 4 ounces fresh jumbo lump crab meat• 2 ounces drained canned artichoke hearts• 4 ounces Brie cheese• 1 teaspoon dried onion flakes• 1 ounce spinach, chopped• 2 tablespoons garlic, minced• 2 tablespoons olive oil• 2 tablespoons white wine• 2 tablespoons heavy cream• 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, finely chopped• 1 tablespoon fresh tarragon, finely chopped• 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard• Hot sauce to taste• 1 egg• 1 cup bread crumbs• Olive oil for fryingCooking Directions1. Remove stems from the jalapeno peppers and remove innards through the top witha pepper corer. If you do not have a corer, use a knife or very thin spoon.2. In a blender, combine crab meat, artichoke hearts, Brie, onion flakes, spinach, oliveoil (2 tablespoons), garlic, white wine, heavy cream, parsley, tarragon, mustard andhot sauce to taste. Process until fairly smooth.3. Stuff each jalapeno with your Crab, Artichoke and Brie combination.4. In a shallow bowl, beat the egg.5. Dip the stuffed jalapeno peppers into the egg, then coat with bread crumbs.6. In a deep frying pan, add about 1 inch of oil and heat thoroughly.7. Fry each breaded jalapeno popper about 3-5 minutes each side, or until goldenbrown. Or, skip the oil and bake at 375 degrees for 20-30 minutes, or until peppersare heated through and turning golden brown.8. Serve!Shrimp Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers, Baked with Feta CheeseThis is a variation of one of our favorite Mediterranean recipes. Instead of breading thesejalapeno poppers, you only need to bake them with a tomato sauce and chunks of fetacheese. Serve this one on a cool Summer evening when the sun dips just below the horizon.Ingredients• 10 jalapeno peppers• 5 ounces raw shrimp, chopped• 5 ounces feta cheese, chopped into tiny squares• 6 Roma tomatoes, peeled and coarsely chopped• 1 Spanish onion, diced• 2 tablespoons fresh basil• 2 tablespoons fresh parsley• 1 tablespoon giardiniera• 1 tablespoon fresh garlic, minced• Pinch of sugarCooking Directions1. Remove stems from the jalapeno peppers and remove innards through the top witha pepper corer. If you do not have a corer, use a knife or very thin spoon.2. Stuff each jalapeno with layers of raw shrimp and feta cheese. Set aside3. To prepare the sauce, add onions to a heated sauce pan and sauté about 5 minutes,or until onion is translucent.4. Add chopped tomatoes, basil, parsley, giardiniera, garlic, and sugar. Simmer about 20minutes to reduce.5. Transfer sauce to a large baking dish.6. Add jalapeno poppers to dish and cover with sauce.7. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.8. Remove and serve!NOTE: If you have extra feta cheese, top the poppers with it and bake along with the recipe.They'll be extra cheesy, and you'll love how baked chunks of feta cheese turn out.


 

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