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Tried an experiment Sunday

Q-rious TomQ-rious Tom Posts: 116
edited 11:42PM in EggHead Forum
Sorry, no pics for this one![p]I was in the mood for some ABTs. But the jalapenos at the local mega-mart looked pretty sad -- wrinkled, dull, kinda soft and squidgy. So just what is an ABT? It's a stuffed pepper, grilled. What else do we stuff and grill? Tomatoes! And there were some nice-looking romas right by the peppers . . .[p]I sliced and seeded eight roma tomatoes while the cream cheese softened. I also stuffed some paper towel in the romas to soak up the excess juice.[p]I mixed one tsp of cayenne, one tsp of smoked powdered poblano, and a Tbs of smoked paprika with the cheese, and then did a more-or-less normal ABT prep. Sprinkled some with DP Redeye and some with a jamaican jerk rub I've got and grilled as normal.[p]The result tasted *very* good, enough so that I'll continue playing with the spices (could have used just a bit more heat).[p]The downside is that these don't seem to take well to refrigerating and reheating in a microwave; the romas give up the ghost at that point.

Comments

  • eggnerdeggnerd Posts: 64
    QriousTom,[p]Having never made ABT's (yet...) let me pose the question, when made from Jalapenos, do they take to refrig/microwaving well?[p]Thanks,[p]Phil
  • RRPRRP Posts: 21,932
    EggNerd,
    you didn't ask me but I think I may be a bit unusual in that I purposefully make batches of ABTs for the express purpose of having them as a daily snack until all gone. As a for instance I egged 20 "boats" last Thursday. Once cooled down I place them in a glass dish with a tight plastic lid and refrigerate. Then daily I have one or two. I nuke them on high for 14 seconds and they come back to life just fine! Only once did I have trouble with spoilage and that was like after 3 weeks a sign of mold appeared on the bacon on a couple ABTs. Otherwise I have had great success. hth

    L, M, S, &  Mini
    And oh yes...also a 17" BlackStone gas fired griddle! 
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
    Re- gasketing AMERICA one yard at a time!
  • eggnerdeggnerd Posts: 64
    RRP,[p]Thanks! That is what I was hoping to hear! I see some ABT's in this weekend cooks!!![p]Phil
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