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Unread 06-22-2014, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default ABT's- what's your filling?

Everyone loves turds. What's in your filling.

My go to is a mix of cream cheese and ground chorizo.
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I do a lot of different cheeses, but blue cheese is my favorite. It goes really well with the heat of the jalapeno and the flavor of the bacon.
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Just put up a post about wrapping......tandoori spice mix in the cream cheese, really good & off the beaten path...............

Anything's fair game.....peanut butter & jelly is another fun one !!!!
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Everyone loves turds. What's in your filling.

My go to is a mix of cream cheese and ground chorizo.
That sounds good
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I do not have any pics but before I started coming to this site I made ABT's that we called RATS. Just remove the cap, core the seeds and membrane, stuff with a mix of goat and feta and whatever flavor of the day, wrap in bacon and then pin the cap back on with tooth picks. The Goat and feta does not leak out when it gets hot so it will hold everything together. But when they are wrapped in bacon with the tooth picks and the stem on the pepper cap, they would come out looking like grilled rats...yum. I will make some and post pics.
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Mixture of cream cheese, chives and crabmeat wrapped with maple bacon.
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I do mine a bit differently than the normal ABT I keep my peppers whole and just core them. Then I stuff them with a piece of smoked chicken and smoked gouda, wrap in bacon, sprinkle with favorite rub and cook until cheese is melted and bacon is cooked.

These have been a hit at every party I've made them for as any ABT usually is.
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I did smoked Gouda, smoke bacon, smushed garlic, and cream cheese inside,
wrapped w/ Costco bacon outside, rubbed in a comp rub,
they disappear. Slow rolled 250ish for 1 1/2 hrs...
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Cream cheese, grated cheese and some grilled chicken or pulled pork. Wrap in bacon and a dusting of rub.
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Cream cheese, chopped up fatty, and sharp cheddar.
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I use different cheeses but most of mine have Vinison (deer down here )
Marinated backstrap is killer in turds
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Just the standard cream cheese and smokey. But after seeing the campdude's blue cheese post, I'm going to have to have a go at those.

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First try this weekend, went with cream cheese, sausage, and cheeder cheese. My wife said was the filling was a little bland and needed something, maybe to much cream cheese and not enough other stuff? I don't like peppers or cream cheese so cooking without tasting is a interesting approach.

Try living with a chef, everything is critqued by a food critic. ;-)
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I do a lot of different cheeses, but blue cheese is my favorite. It goes really well with the heat of the jalapeno and the flavor of the bacon.
WOW I never thought of bleu cheese, but that is GENIUS!! I love bleu cheese! I'm definitely doing this.

I've tried them 100 different ways and honestly the way I like them best is with straight cream cheese.
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Just sharp cheddar here. Really like to taste the pepper and heat.
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