Breakfast Fattie

Discussion in 'Fatties' started by smokinhusker, Jul 26, 2012.

  1. Now that my BF is back home from working out town, I decided to make him a Breakfast Fattie for sammies before he leaves for work.

    1 1/2 lbs Jimmy Dean Natural Sausage, 3 scrambled eggs, sliced grilled potatoes with peppers and onions, shredded smoked Colby cheese and some leftover fried bacon then wrapped with Wright's Thick Steakhouse Flavored Bacon. Smoked in MES40 at 250* for 3.5 hrs with Hickory and Jack Daniel's Oak Barrel Chips.

    This morning I warmed the slices on the griddle, added a hard fried egg, another slice of cheese and placed it all on a toasted bagel. He took sandwiches for the other guys he's working with. 

    Sorry no pics of the sammies this morning cause it was 4AM and I wasn't in a picture taking mood

    Thanks for looking!
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  2. piaconis

    piaconis Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Nice roll on the filling.  It shaped up very well.  Any tips on getting the shape that even?
  3. Thank you! I roll the meat with a rolling pin in a gallon resealable bag. For the filling and I know it's hard to see but I leave the cooked scrambled eggs in one or two large pieces (I've even squared them off to fit the sausage), I keep the filling about 1/2" from the bottom edge and use the plastic wrap to start rolling (pulling it out of the way as I roll). When I'm done rolling it, I wrap the plastic wrap tightly around it and take both ends and "twirl" it to tighten the fattie and seal the ends. Hope this helps. 
  4. Looks great!

  5. That looks yummy, I gotta try doing one!  Thanks for the tips.  Steve
  6. Thanks Martin!
    Thank! No problem on the tips. I like to make these, slice them, vac seal and freeze then I've got them whenever we want sammies.
  7. thoseguys26

    thoseguys26 Master of the Pit

    I like the egg to meat ratio in the sliced pic  [​IMG]

    Sounds great though! I've yet to make a fatty. I think breakfast would be my first try.
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2012
  8. jrod62

    jrod62 Smoking Guru Group Lead OTBS Member

    Looks great !! :drool
  9. Thanks...3 eggs seems to work out pretty good. I also add another hard fried egg when I make sammies. These are so simple and can easily be made into breakfast sammies for hunting or riding atvs.
  10. I think I will do the breakfast ones too.  I usually look for something and by the time I find it it is lunch time.  I bet they would be good on an english muffin or beagel.
  11. Steve, I gotta tell you they are outstanding on a toasted or grilled English Muffin or Bagel. I like to slice it, vac seal and freeze it and it's there when I want or need them for sammies.
  12. I'll bet they are, I will get the makings and try one next week, still recovering from my weekend at the Elizabeth, CO Celtic Festival.  Steve
  13. Ah would that be the Renaissance Festival? Must have had a great time, huh? LOL
  14. zahlgren

    zahlgren Smoking Fanatic

    Looks Great!! [​IMG]  Your BF is a lucky man!
  15. Thank you! He think so too and I just say he's spoiled!
  16. Not the Ren Fest at Larksper, this was a smaller more family oriented Festival in Elizabeth CO.  about 20 miles east of Castle Rock.  I take my Grand daughters there, they and I enjoy it a lot.  They have a web site for it,  Check it out.  I am already thinking of fatty ingredients and have about 30 to make!  I think I am hooked.  Steve
  17. s2k9k

    s2k9k AMNPS Test Group

    The possibilities are endless, check out the Fatty Sticky
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2012
  18. Thanks S2K, I've been there looking and also thinking of what we like and have come up with a lot of ideas.  It looks like I will have to make a couple every other day for a while.  I will enjoy that!!!!!  Steve
  19. scarbelly

    scarbelly Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Looking great Alesia - sorry I missed this one 
  20. No problem Gary and thank you!
    I'll have to check it out. I've lived in CO a long time and never heard of it. Thanks for the info. I've made a ground beef pizza fattie, bacon cheeseburger, there's lots of ones you can come up with, just depends on what you like. Let us know how they turn out!

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