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Bacon Wrapped Chicken Roll Pastry with Skewered Soy Sauce & Honey Marinated Rib Meat (Q-View)

post #1 of 39
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Split chicken breasts were on sale for 1.27 a pound. Much cheaper than the 4.99 a pound they wanted for boneless breasts. Deboned the breasts.




Pounded them out flat.






Started by making a Cordon Bleu style.




The wife likes the spinach and feta so I made one of those too.




Ready to be rolled up.




Pizza anything is always a favorite.








Moz-Provo cheese slices.




Sauce, more pepperoni and Parmesan-Reggiano.




Had some leftover Ribeye and NY Strip. So I thought, Pepper Steak. With Moz-Provo slices.




Roasted Peppers.












Rolled and ready for the smoker.




Marinated the rib meat in Soy Sauce, Honey and my secret spices. Smoked these for about 45 minutes.




After about 1 1/2 hours at 225ºF. Removed the toothpicks and wrapped in paper towels to absorb the excess grease from the bacon.




Rolled out some puff pastry sheets and cut in half.




Wrapped up each one and put in a 400ºF oven for about 20 minutes.




Pastry baked up real nice.




All four flavors cut open for your viewing pleasure.




We were half way through eating when I realized I should take a pic of the plates. They were all very good. We liked the pizza one the best. The pepper steak one was really good too. The rib meat was awesome. I may do whole breasts in that marinade next time.




Thanks for watching.

post #2 of 39

Scott, Those still look soo good.... Thanks for most of the recipe.... AND the secret spice is.................... popcorn.gif


How am I supposed to make the Honey/Soysauce Marinated SECRET SPICE skewered chicken pieces......  pot.gif




post #3 of 39

I will have to try that, thanks


post #4 of 39

Great post Scott and a great recipe too. Thanks for sharing

post #5 of 39

Hey Scott I thought these were Brilliant!...My Cheffie Daughter's Voted for You...Casey looked at these and said, " I would rather eat those, sorry Dad..." Great job...JJ


Now as for those Secret Spices! PDT_Armataz_01_35.gif

post #6 of 39
Wow !!!! icon14.gif
Have to put this on " the to do list"
post #7 of 39

Excellent job

post #8 of 39

Great Job!!!!   One more thing for me to try!!!


post #9 of 39
Thread Starter 

Thanks. They were fun. Family loved them. The secret spices are ginger, mustard powder, onion and garlic powder. Same one I use on Mom's Favorite Pork Chops.

post #10 of 39

Alright Team...Stand Down...PDT_Armataz_01_40.gif....You chose wisely Scott!...JJ

post #11 of 39

Thanks Scott.....  Dave

post #12 of 39

It was a great post i love your idea bet it was good

post #13 of 39

Great idea and they definitely look like keepers!

post #14 of 39

Great food and post.

post #15 of 39

Awesome Scott, I have to try that! For the first couple of days I thought you were going to run away with the throwdown. I know why you had so many votes your meal looks absolutely delicious! Great job & thanks for the recipe!

post #16 of 39

Great entry, they all look really good!

post #17 of 39
Thread Starter 

Thanks Al. Not quite enough votes though. Next time.

post #18 of 39


Now great job there Scott. I can't say that I voted for you BUT you were really the second choice before Chef's J Galantine. I have made a couple and they are a pain in the a##.

post #19 of 39

I was down(south) the coast like every other Aussie over the summer break so I  missed all this.I love them,really good skills not easy to get pastry right. This throw down was really competitive entrants really out did themselves.

post #20 of 39

Drool alert!

Dude you nailed it!!!

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