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First fattie x2

post #1 of 5
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Plans for beer can chicken got scrapped so I did the next thing on the smoking to-do list...make a fattie. And since I was firing the smoker up I figured I'd make two, one for dinner tonight and one for tomorrow morning. For dinner I replicated wndrrd's recipe for a philly cheesesteak that he posted yesterday. 

 

Steak, onions, & peppers in the pan

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Bacon, additional steaks, and cheese laid out

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Cheesesteak prewrap

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In the smoker with the breakfast fattie. The only problem I had was that the cheesesteak fattie split open at the top. The other one held together just fine, so I have to work on my technique.

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The finished cheesesteak after the dough wrap was put on and it was cooked in the oven for 20 minutes

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The cheesesteak came out great! Even my wife gave it a thumbs up and went for seconds, which never happens.

 

The other fattie is a breakfast wrap. It has breakfast sausage, scrambled eggs, grated potatoes, peppers, onions, and shredded cheddar cheese. I finished it with a bacon weave. This one held together great. I sliced it up and am going to reheat it is a skillet tomorrow morning at work for me and the co-workers. Biscuts to put the slices on are in the oven as I type.

 

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post #2 of 5

Boy, they  look good , I like that u wrap the cheesesteak fattie  in the dough

I got two going on in the morning. One Breakfast with smoke sausage, and one with "hot link" dog in it

Nice Bacon weave Looks-Great.gif

post #3 of 5

They both look delicious!

 

Great work for your first try!

 

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post #4 of 5

good looking!drool.gif

post #5 of 5

Nice Job! drool.gificon14.gif

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