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My first breakfast Fatty.. Masterbuilt Propane XL - Heavy Q-View

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 

After reading about all of these fatties, I just had to try one.

 

One thing I did was mess up & not take any pictures of the actual putting together of the fatty. I will next time. I followed the tutorial to the letter on the flattening out of the meat & the rolling of it.

 

I cooked the fatty at 225 to 235 degrees on my smoker.. Removed it at 160 degrees IT.

 

We used a pound of Jimmy Dean mild sausage. In case my 7 year old wanted to eat some. He's not into real spicy food yet.. lol

About half of a Red Bell Pepper - Finely Chopped.

A Yellow sweet onion - Finely Chopped

2 Large eggs scrambled. No added water or milk. Scrambled dry..

Shredded Cheddar Cheese.. A bunch of that..

And a pound of cheap thin Bacon for the Bacon Weave..

 

Here's the pics..

 

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Here is a pic of the rolled fatty when it is still in the plastic wrap.

 

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This is when I first placed the fatty in the smoker. Nice TBS.

 

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I'm attempting to get the probe in thru the bacon... It was chilly out. It was about 44 degrees..

 

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Finally got the probe in. As you can tell I smoked this when the smoker was still new.. lol

 

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Finished Fatty.. Bacon looked good & tasted great..

 

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Here we are when we were fixing to eat this monster. I hope you enjoyed the pics as much as I enjoyed cooking this.

 

Phil

post #2 of 12

Looks delish!!

post #3 of 12

Nice job Phil! It looks yummy!

post #4 of 12

Good looking fattie, now I'll have to do one tomorrow.

post #5 of 12

I sure would like a slice of that it looks great!

post #6 of 12
Great job on the bacon weave !
That good way to start the day, smoking Breakfast fatty
post #7 of 12

Phil, morning..... That fatty is awesomely delicious looking....  good job......   Dave

post #8 of 12

Nice job it looks great!

post #9 of 12

Nice!  Probably one of the best ways to season a smoker...roll a fatty!

 

post #10 of 12

Wow that looks great and you have a good looking bacon weave to boot! I have seen two on here today...so I've got the Bob Evans and some Elk Sausage thawing for a smoke on Saturday.

post #11 of 12

Looks-Great.gif the possibility's are endless on these fatties, you are only limited by your imagination.  

post #12 of 12
Thread Starter 

Thanks everybody for the kind words.

 

We ate every last bit of this fattie.. Nothing went to waste.. lol

 

Phil

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