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Jagervikings fattie throwdown entry

post #1 of 16
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Was not sure if something like this had been done yet, so I figured I would give it a whirl and see how it went. To be honest, I feared the worst, but when it was finished, no one could get enough of this fattie!! Everyone at my easter bbq wanted more! Introducing my version of the....

Cajun Fattie.


1-1/2 pounds hot italian sausage
3 cubed andoulli saugage
6 creole seasoned jumbo shrimp
zatarans red beans and rice
pepper jack cheese

first I cut 8 hot italian sausages from the casings and pressed it out in the ziploc bag.

While that was cooling in the fridge, I made one box of red beans and rice, I used 1/4 cup less water than the box called for, to help make it thicker, I also cooked it 15 min longer with no lid to help thicken the red beans and rice. When it was done, I put it into the freezer for 20 min. to firm it up, that made it easy to spread and roll into the fattie.

then added the creole seasoned jumbo shrimp.

the andoulli cubed.

The pepperjack cheese.

The bacon weave.

I then covered the fattie in creole seasoning, and wrapped it in plastic wrap for the night.

Onto the smoker at 225, done with applewood. the other fattie on the far right is a swiss ham and cheddar.

Finished results. Everyone went nuts over this thing. right after I cut it, it was gone!

thank you for checking out my cajun fattie!!!
post #2 of 16
Everyone went nuts over this thing. right after I cut it, it was gone!

Heck yes they did! That's a work of art. points.gif
post #3 of 16
Looks great...really nice job!!
post #4 of 16
Now that looks very good!! points.gif
post #5 of 16

Nothing less than "inspired"!

I grew up in New Orleans. Your cajun fattie is brilliant!! I just have to try making it. A local store sell what they call fresh andouille (it's not really - just a cajun-spiced pork sausage) and I'll try that for the outside. Thanks much for posting this.

post #6 of 16
Wow that looks absolutely amazing great job!
post #7 of 16
this one is awesome - i'm there as soon as i can locate some good andouille.
post #8 of 16
That thing looks delicious! Great job adding the andouille, I love those things. Letting it sit overnight seems like it was a good idea, all the flavors inside would have a chance to marry.
post #9 of 16
Awesome points.gif
post #10 of 16
man i luv anything cajun....it is on my to do list for sure !!
post #11 of 16
Hey Jager,

If there was one fattie that has all the ingredients to make me die for, your was it! Bud, what a beauty....I gotta make one, fast. Congratulations, your andouille, rice and shrimp take the lead in the running as far as I am thinking right about now.

Great idea. And points. points.gif
post #12 of 16
God d*** right they did! points.gif for dang sure! I went nuts just looking at the picture. I personally haven't seen a fattie done this way. I'll be saving your thread for future reference!!! icon_razz.gif

Thanks for sharing the fine QVIEW,

post #13 of 16
Jager...I thought that was brilliant, and well executed. I bet it was gone quickly. points.gif
post #14 of 16
Thread Starter 
Thank you all for the kind words. It was fun to do this fattie for sure!! Seeing everyone destroy it was a great feeling.
post #15 of 16
That there is some good looking eats! Way to go! points.gif
post #16 of 16
I for sure will be trying something close to this, it looks awsome congrats
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