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Fattie Throwdown - Buffalo Chicken Wing Fattie

post #1 of 25
Thread Starter 
Hi everyone,

Here is my entry into the fattie throwdown in the tailgater category. Are you ever disappointed when you get a "Spicy Chicken" dinner, and then wonder where's the heat? I will tell you that I am. I also will guarantee you that if I serve you something at my house that I say is "volcano or Spicy", you are gonna feel it.

I started with making some spicy chicken legs...Hot Legs is what I call them...I love hot legs, it is like a buffalo wing, but with more to eat. I started with the following spices in the following amounts:

2 tablespoons granulated garlic
2 tablespoons CBP
1 Tablespoon Cayenne
1 Tablespoon Chipotle
1 Tablespoon Lawry's
Several stems of Marjoram (think Oregano)

Mixed the ingredients together and diced the Marjoram leaves.

Coated the chicken legs

Smoked the legs using Apple wood

Pulled the chicken meat. It is spicy, and after a couple of legs to try it out (complete with a dousing of Frank's red hot), my head was sweating. It is the kind of heat that draws you in and makes you want more!

I'm using Hot Scimecas Italian Sausage for my fattie. Love this stuff. I cut it out of the casings and threw it into a plastic bag to roll it out.

You gotta have some blue cheese with buffalo chicken wings. I am also going to put bacon inside the fattie and forego the bacon weave. Sometimes I think the weave takes the smoke penetration away from the sausage, but I definitely want the bacon flavor too!

I like using this as my hot sauce for wings and hot legs.

Rolled out and sauced up!

Putting the fattie together.

Added a lot of bacon...it doesn't show up real well, but there is a lot of it.

Tossed on some Blue Cheese.

More hot sauce for good measure.

Rolled it up, and tossed it into the smoker. It will be ready in about 2 hours.
post #2 of 25
BBQ-E my mouth is waterin' as I watched your post load on my slow computer... wowowow!

Real good looking fattie, and yep that Frank's is the good stuff! A standby here at home for NFL Sunday games and hot wings. Gots to have the blue cheese too, and you got that right....well done.

Don't have that great looking hot sausage around here, but I am sure betting it is good. Great idea to use that!

Can't wait to see the finished goods...stomach is rumbling here....icon_mrgreen.gif
post #3 of 25
Man that is a Great looking Buffalo Chicken Wing Fattie... Looks like a Winner to me... Can hardly wait to see finished Qview... points.gif
post #4 of 25
Thread Starter 

Wow, That's Awesome!

I got the fattie out of the smoker, and let it set for a few minutes. I sliced it open, and served it with sliced carrots, celery, and a small ramekin of ranch dressing. This was awesome. It was definitely spicy, with a fantastic smoky heat and earthiness from the blue cheese...very rich, savory, and satisfying. Yes, this I would do again.

Here it is coming out of the smoker. I used cherry and apple wood to smoke this one.

Cut it open, very juicy!

Plated for my dinner with some carrots, celery, and ranch dressing. This was really satisfying and delicious!

post #5 of 25
Looks mighty tasty BBQ. Good job!!PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #6 of 25
Now THAT is a nice looking piece of hotness!
post #7 of 25
It looks delicious...
post #8 of 25

Thanks for the qview and recipe.

Will be trying this soon.
post #9 of 25
WOW.That is real good/tasty looking.

Good Luck in the throwdown.I have yet to make a Fattie.But these throwdowns are a wealth of ideas.Thank you for sharing this Fattie.
post #10 of 25
awesome fattie boss!
post #11 of 25
Very nice job....
post #12 of 25
One of the finer looking fatties I've seen in a while. Nice work!
post #13 of 25
Looks pretty good there BBQ. I have not done a fatty yet, but I think I will try to make time this week.
post #14 of 25
PDT_Armataz_01_37.gifWow that is one great looking Fattie- Mouth is watering just looking at it
post #15 of 25
Very nice idea for the throwdown!

Looks wonderful!
post #16 of 25
Now thats a good looking and I mite say HOT fattie. I like the filling idea and some really good Q also. All I can wish is that you were at a Florida Gator game.
post #17 of 25
Looks sooooooo good!!!
post #18 of 25

How did you ???

How were you able to achieve such a dark mahogany and charred appearance for your wings.
Mine are more golden brown with dark brown areas , not blackened, like yours.

What temp and time do you use to gain that awesome effect ?


post #19 of 25
I told you it was a WINNER!!! points.gif
post #20 of 25

My mouth is a watterin!

That's some kinda good lookin', mouth watterin' goodness. I gotta try your Buffallo Wing Chicken Fattie
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