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post #21 of 26

 I will do that, I think I will gather some ingredients and start them next weekend, I have to do some other rhings this comming week.Steve

post #22 of 26

I was just fixin' to do a search to see how 1-1/2Lb of Sausage worked in 1Gal Bags and here you have just made one.Your's looks good. I have to learn to fight the urge to over fill a Fattie. I want to make 3 when I get ingredients. I'm thinking 1 Breakfast with JD Spicy, 1 JD Spicy with Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms and Cheese and 1 Pizza Fattie with Italian Sausage...JJ

post #23 of 26
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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

I was just fixin' to do a search to see how 1-1/2Lb of Sausage worked in 1Gal Bags and here you have just made one.Your's looks good. I have to learn to fight the urge to over fill a Fattie. I want to make 3 when I get ingredients. I'm thinking 1 Breakfast with JD Spicy, 1 JD Spicy with Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms and Cheese and 1 Pizza Fattie with Italian Sausage...JJ

Hey Chef, I made them with the 1 lb chub but it just seemed to thin when rolled out and wanted to split. That's why I tried 1 1/2 lbs. Works pretty good and doesn't try to break apart. Ovefilling is a tough problem to overcome! It's so easy to overfill. Those sound good Good luck!

post #24 of 26
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Originally Posted by SmokinHusker View Post

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.

 

 

 

 

 

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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!

These look awesome. I am going to try this as I am a breakfast lover. Thanks for the pics and instructions.

post #25 of 26

I am a breakfast lover. I am going to try one of these this weekend. Thanks for the info.

post #26 of 26

The breakfast fattie looks awesome. I'm a total newbie and had never heard of a fattie until today but i'm very excited to try different combinations of them.

 

Thanks again everyone

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