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Atomic Buffalo ???

WJSWJS Posts: 54
edited 10:01PM in EggHead Forum
I've seen the recipe for these "Atomic Buffalo Turds" and it sounds pretty interesting. I wondered if anybody had made them on the BGE, and if so, what technique was used (Temps, direct/indiect, smoke flavor, times, etc.).[p]Any thoughts?[p]Thanks,
John

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  • WJS,[p]I did them a couple weeks ago. I kept the temperature at 350 and cooked until the bacon got done. I believe it took about 30 minutes. If you cook 'em too fast, the peppers won't get done.
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  • WJS,[p]What are they??

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  • Stephen,[p]Heh, heh, heh.... Jalapenos stuffed with meat & cream cheese, wrapped in bacon, and cooked on the BGE.[p]They sure live up to their name too!
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  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    WJS, also, I can't speak for elFloyd, but I found they were best if you allowed them to rest for a while after taking them off. The bacon crisps up and the cheese is not quite so hot and runny. But they are good!

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