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post #1 of 13
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So a few days ago I started a thread about what everyone does with their leftover hotdogs and I got some great ideas to try in the future as well as many that brought me back to my childhood. @SmokinAl posted an amazing looking fatty a while back so that's the idea I went with. I had 80/20 ground beef, leftover hot dogs, leftover chili and plenty of cheese on hand so... I mixed the ground beef with some Montreal steak seasoning and rolled it out in a bag and slapped it on some wax paper.

First some smoked sharp cheddar:

Then my old favorite, American cheese:


I decided to stick the chili in the freezer for a while in tube form to make it easier to roll it up without it spilling all over the place:




Then surrounded the chili log with a couple of dogs:


Then with much difficulty because I overstuffed as usual, I rolled it, tucked in the sides, and wrapped in Saran Wrap.





Rolled a couple of them. Not going to eat one until Saturday so I popped them in the freezer. I will bacon wrap when I defrost. I'll be back in a few days. Thanks for looking!

-Chris
post #2 of 13
In for the weekend.

This HAS to be good.
post #3 of 13
Good thinking on the freezing of the chili. I would have made a mess everywhere
post #4 of 13

This is gonna be a good one!

 

Al

post #5 of 13

110.gif110.gifI'm in

Richie

post #6 of 13
Thread Starter 
Ok... So overall it was a great success and an excellent way to reuse hot dogs and leftover chili. Only negatives were that it was dinner time and I cut it too early, causing the ooze effect. Here are some photos:








Smoked it on the hotter side...around 325 on the Weber performer with some apple chunks. Thanks to Al for this idea. Will definitely do it again but would reduce the a mount of seasoning I put in the meat as I thought it was a little salty. Thanks for looking!

-Chris
post #7 of 13

That was very creative and looks delicious!

 

Way to Go!

 

John

post #8 of 13

Chris that does look nice,cooled I think it would look fantastic.Ya gotta keep Mom and the Kids happy so I understand Points Oh nice weave

Richie

post #9 of 13
Nice!drool.gif
post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by BandCollector View Post

That was very creative and looks delicious!

Way to Go!

John
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post

Chris that does look nice,cooled I think it would look fantastic.Ya gotta keep Mom and the Kids happy so I understand Points Oh nice weave
Richie

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Originally Posted by b-one View Post

Nice!drool.gif

Thanks guys! It did turn out really good. Richie, definitely needed more cooking time for presentation and ease of slicing and eating.
post #11 of 13

I'd take a slice of that in a minute!

 

Disco

post #12 of 13

How much hamburger did you use?  And how long did it take?  Might give this a try this weekend.  

post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by redrocker65200 View Post

How much hamburger did you use?  And how long did it take?  Might give this a try this weekend.  
I used about a pound and a quarter and at 325 it took an hour or so.
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