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post #1 of 10
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Last night I just had to smoke something after checking out cajonsmokes pictures.

So I stopped at the local market, got a 1 1/2-2 lb chuck steak, fresh asparagus, roasted marinated red bell peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, some cheese and got busy. It was late around 8:00 pm. so just got the veggies already roasted and marinated, on any given day I'll do these my self but worked great in a pinch. A few pics not so clear but here goes.

Here's the ingredients.

Pounded the chuckie to 1/8"

Seasoned with my mixture of spices, layed down some cleaned asparagus

Then some roasted and marinated red bell peppers

Top of that goes the roasted and marinated tomatoes

Then the marinated mushrooms

smotherd on some mozzarella and parmessan cheese

Rolled it all up, then rolled on some bacon

I then rolled it in some plastic wrap to get it nice and tight

While prepping the chuckie I got the smoker going, nice, got the propane smoker up to temps in 1/2 hour, set it to 220, on goes the chuckie I also had a water pan under the chuckie for some moisture

Got to enjoy the TBS and the view of Las Vegas from my back yard

2 1/2 hours and this baby was done, I pulled it out at 150

Boy was I surprised how juicy this turned out. the marinated veggies just exploded with flavor, it basically was marinated in italian style dressing, some vinegar, water, herbs, garlic etc. but that combo was great, you got the smokey bacon and beef with some cheese action and the veggies added a good juicy flavor burst, really nice.

Enjoyed a nice dinner, alittle late but I was on a mission to do smoke something for dinner. I put the chuckie roll in the smoker at 8:45 and pulled it out at 11:15, Thanks for checking it out.

post #2 of 10
I like the looks of that, especially the asparagus. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #3 of 10
WOW Now thats all I can say thats amasingly good lookin. points.giffor sure with the vegis and for some reason unknown to me my newly liking of asparagus which I have hated for more years than I can remember. This is definetly going on my new list of favorites for sure. Great job Mauis smokemeats
PS You should have entered that one in the fattie smoke off
post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks, didn't know of a fattie cook off?, does this count as a fattie?, Maybe I'll post this on that thread as well.
post #5 of 10

points.giffor the drool factor.
post #6 of 10
I have never thought of pounding a steak flat before.PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #7 of 10
WOW is right - that looks fantastic - Gonna put that one on my to do list. Thanks for sharing a great idea
post #8 of 10
Beauty.Nice filling in that chuckie roll.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #9 of 10
Wow is right! That's thinking outside the box. points.giffor a great Idea that others, Namely Me, can steal and tell folks they came up with it themselves. I have got to try that with some mushrooms, onions a little butter and minced garlic..... I am drooling just thinking about it.
post #10 of 10
Thread Starter 
Haa!, take all the ideas you can, that's what this is all about, sheeze I've learned alot from this forum and if I can give back it's all good.

I brought some for our office lunch today, and it's a hit, heat it up and the office smells great like a BBQ house icon_mrgreen.gif, clients come in and pay rents and asking where's the BBQ, smells great.

Just think I did this with chuck, and it was great and think what a pounded peice of a more tender cut of meat will do.

We have luau's in Hawaii and one of the main dishes is a lau lau which is hawaiian spinach (taro leaf)wrapped around pork, chicken and beef and cooked in the ground imu smoke/steam kinda cooking and buried. So on that note I'll make a reverse roll of that, flat the beef, port or chicken and stuff it with the hawaiian spinach, add extra? fish, shrimp? and smoke it.

How about a chicken cort en blue ( stuffed chicken with ham and cheese) smoke that baby up, would be great.

Have fun with this, lot's of possibilities to get creative with.
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