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Old 03-10-2018, 08:39 PM   #1
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Butter Basted Grilled Mangrove Snapper
Homemade Yellow Rice
Mega ABTs Stuffed With Cheesy Rice


Meg ABTs with Cheesy Rice
Roasted Pablano chiles, skinned and then stuffed with my homemade yellow rice combined with generous amounts of shredded Chihuahua cheese.
Wrapped in bacon and then smoked over Hickory at 325-350



















Homemade Yellow Rice
3C brown rice / 3C water / 3C chicken broth

1/2C each chopped onion, yellow/green bell pepper and 1/4C cilantro
3t salt, 2t ground turmeric, 1t each cumin, paprika and garlic powders
(ideally I'd use Saffron for yellow rice, but its so damned expensive)






Butter Basted Grilled Mangrove Snapper
Fresh Mangrove Snapper, well salted inside and out
Grill on high heat basting with lots of butter












The Finale!
The ABTs stole the show!

The combination of chiles, bacon and cheesy yellow rice was incredibly delicious





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Just curious. Where did you learn to cook? Is it just a hobby or something you’ve done for a living? School? I’m always amazed at how good it looks.

I’d weigh 500lbs if I could cook like you. Thanks for sharing.
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You must have some Hispanic in your blood. looks good, i love stuffed peppers.
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Just curious. Where did you learn to cook? Is it just a hobby or something youve done for a living? School? Im always amazed at how good it looks.

Id weigh 500lbs if I could cook like you. Thanks for sharing.
I love to eat, therefore I cook.
Yeah, it's a beloved hobby.
Heck I often watch Chopped, Iron Chefs and such just for ideas and techniques.
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You must have some Hispanic in your blood. looks good, i love stuffed peppers.
I was raised in Southern California and NW Texas, I lived in Mexican neighborhoods, went to primarily Mexican student body schools and even room mated with one of my best friend's family, a Mexican family.
Needless to say, I love the food and learned to cook it.
I've had two Latino women half jokingly offer marriage proposals after trying my chicken enchiladas.
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just curious. when you bacon wrap peppers, do you buy the thick cut bacon or use the reg thin stuff?
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oooooo la la!
thanks for sharing.
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just curious. when you bacon wrap peppers, do you buy the thick cut bacon or use the reg thin stuff?
For stuffed and wrapped peppers I want to keep the cook time short, so I use the thin cut.
Same goes for anything bacon wrapped that cooks quick, asparagus, zucchini, chicken breast, hotdogs and etc.
Slower cooking foods get thick cut.
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Oh Man Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Looks great as usual brother....
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