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post #21 of 33
Thread Starter 

No problem 218R. The point of posting is to expand on an idea. Thanks for the photos. I'm liking the drain hole idea and wondering what other things we can put in them. Sausage?

post #22 of 33
Ground turkey might work well. That's what I use for my smoked meatloaf. I'm doing a brisket Sat, might pop a tray of these in for mid day appetizers!
post #23 of 33

The possibilities are endless of what we could stuff them with.

After more thought and the final result, I don't think a drain hole is needed.

Gonna do more next week for a family event where apps are the whole menu.

 

Still need to come up with a name.

Crunch Balls??

Scoop Turds??

 

Throw out your thoughts for a name.

post #24 of 33
Thread Starter 

In the book they are called "FRITACOS FANTASTICOS". We can do better! They used the other brand of corn chip scoops, a little smaller and more irregular.

post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by Smokin218R View Post
 

The possibilities are endless of what we could stuff them with.

After more thought and the final result, I don't think a drain hole is needed.

Gonna do more next week for a family event where apps are the whole menu.

 

Still need to come up with a name.

 

Scoop Turds??

 

Throw out your thoughts for a name.

Scoop poops.

post #26 of 33

"Pooper Scoopers"

post #27 of 33
My buddy Tony's wife's birthday was this weekend and they had a party at their house so I decided to make some of these as appetizers. I used 1 pound of ground turkey with some minced onions & grarlic, a bunch of cheader cheese and some Honey/Chipolele BBQ sauce. That made 24 meatballs. When I put them on the chip, they seemed to big to me -- out of proportion. So I put another chip on top! Smoked at 275 for about 30 minutes until IT reached 170. Boy were the good and a huge hit at the party. The second chip worked great as it remained crunchy.

post #28 of 33
Moose turds...

Definitely have to try them.
post #29 of 33
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Originally Posted by FloridaSteve View Post

My buddy Tony's wife's birthday was this weekend and they had a party at their house so I decided to make some of these as appetizers. I used 1 pound of ground turkey with some minced onions & grarlic, a bunch of cheader cheese and some Honey/Chipolele BBQ sauce. That made 24 meatballs. When I put them on the chip, they seemed to big to me -- out of proportion. So I put another chip on top! Smoked at 275 for about 30 minutes until IT reached 170. Boy were the good and a huge hit at the party. The second chip worked great as it remained crunchy.

 

Nice ad lib! Looks Good!

post #30 of 33
Thread Starter 

Good job FloridaSteve!

post #31 of 33

Just wanted to let you guys know, we have made these several times since.

Always seem to be a hit.

 

P.S. Still needs a name...

post #32 of 33
I was just saying the other day that I needed to make more of these!
post #33 of 33

I forgot (until revisiting the thread) about your top chip. @FloridaSteve

Gonna give that a whirl.

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