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poppers

daveshannondaveshannon Posts: 4
edited February 2012 in EggHead Forum
we got a jalapeno grill rack with our egg.any resipes on good poppers out there

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  • DMurfDMurf Posts: 481
    Core the jalapenos and fill with cream cheese and roast. You can add your favorite rub to the cream cheese, cheddar cheese, pulled pork, little smokies, cooked chicken, mix of cheese and pork, chicken, or brisket. The longer you roast the jalapenos the sweeter they will get.
    David
    BBQ since 2010 - Oh my, what I was missing.
  • I core mine and fill with a mixture of cream cheese, cheddar cheese, crumbled cooked bacon, and scallions.
  • Poppers (ABT's) are excellent and easy to make.  However, there is one important aspect that many people don't know.  Unless you incorporate it in your cook, you are doomed to an average (at best) batch of ABTs.

    It doesn't matter what you stuff them with, the only important thing is the shape of the ABT holder.  That's right!  As strange as it may seem.

    Here is the shape your holder must have to have successful ABTs.

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  • Lol...mine is the shape of a jalapeño, but my poppers always seem to turn out good...I must be lucky.
  • mine is shaped like an egg.hope they still come out good
  • Here's mine. Getting ready to load it up for superbowl sunday!
  • pabpab Posts: 116
    I core them and poke a small hole in the bottom with a toothpick. Then I fill them half way with chorizo or italian sausage and top that with velveeta. Unfortuanately I only own a rectangular rack but I've never had a complaint on how they turn out:)
    Nerk Ahia LBGE
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