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First fattie: Recipe help

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
I'm getting ready to do my first fattie, and my first multi-meat smoke. I'm planning on firing up the smoker (Smoke Hollow propane) this week to do a chicken, and thought I'd throw on a fatty as well.

For meat, I've got about a 1/4 pound of Bob Evans breakfast sausage (original), 1 pound of sweet italian sausage, and 1/2 lb of hamburger. (I do have some more bob evans in the freezer if needed, and don't need to use everything) I've also got bacon!

I think the italian sausage in a calzone w/ bacon, pepperoni, mushrooms, peppers, and moz cheese.

I'm also thinking that I need breakfast fattie. What would you recommend? Bob Evans wrapped w/ bacon, stuffed w/ hashbrowns and scrambled eggs. Once cooked, wrap the whole thing with biscuit dough and stick in the oven.

Good plan? Bad? Improvements or changes that you'd make?

post #2 of 17
OH man I love breakfast fatty's with eggs, onion, peppers, potato's anything you can think of.
post #3 of 17
Ok with what you have here is what I would do. I would use the italian and make your calzone fatty with that wrapped in bacon of course, then i would get more of the evans out of the freezer and use that for the breakfast fatty. also wrapped in bacon :) You might take the burger and just smoke yourself a couple patties for a lunch while the rest of the goodies are smoking. Take a bit of the mozz and stuff in the middle of the burgers for a tasty treat.
post #4 of 17
That sounds pretty good to me and I'd like to see that end product. Alot of people do the blueberry pancake fattys to which is probably one of my favorites but then again you could put cereal in a fatty and I'd probably eat it.
post #5 of 17
Sounds like a good plan, the Bob Evans with your fillings will definitely work.
Personally i wouldn't wrap it in any dough and would just do the fattie, cut slices of it and then put that on a biscuit.
post #6 of 17
I have made about five so far and I like stuffing with chees jap peppers bbq sauce mushrooms and onions

than fry an egg to top throw it all on texas toast .......Sonic breakfast toasters aint got nothing on that ! ! !
post #7 of 17
Sautee the veggies and add some sweet bell pepper and that is the tastiest fattie I have ever made, oh so good!
post #8 of 17
I smoked my first Fattie Yesterday I put in scrambled eggs with green peppers and onion and shredded cheese It soooooooooo tasty was ate up before the time I will do no less than 2 Fatties at a time.

post #9 of 17
Thread Starter 

Started Calzone fattie

I've started the Calzone fattie...

Ingredients: Sweet italian sausage, pepperoni, green and red pepper, onion, bacon, mozzarella (I did add one more pc of bacon)

In process w/ a little pizza sauce on top

Rolled (very little spillage, we'll see what happens when I cook it!)

I'm defrosting some more Bob Evans and will get the breakfast fattie ready before I go to bed. Smoking will be done tomorrow morning, so I can have the breakfast fattie for breakfast! Calzone for lunch and Chicken for dinner!

post #10 of 17
Well your fattie looks good and all. I really like the fillings that you used too. But I hope I'm caughting you before you smoke theses things to tell you to make sure that you but the chicken on the bottom so it won't drip onto your fatties.
post #11 of 17
Thread Starter 

Breakfast fatty

Here's the breakfast fatty

Ingredients: Bob Evans sausage, frozen hashbrowns, green and red peppers, onion, scrambled eggs, bacon. (DAMN, I forgot cheese!)

Ready for bacon wrap

Wrapped and ready to go

I'll be smoking tomorrow (Chicken on bottom, thanks mballi!) Change of plans on the meals, so I won't be digging into them tomorrow. How do you re-heat a fatty?

post #12 of 17
Thread Starter 

Smoking complete!

Fatties are awesome!! Breakfast fatty definately could have used cheese. Damn shame I forgot it as it was definately lacking. Calzone fatty was great. I think next time I won't use any sauce and will add it after as a dipping sauce, or just pour some over it.

Out of the smoker (Calzone on top, pre-dough)...

Wrapping the Calzone. Added some cheese and sauce.

Ready for the oven (10 min at 400degrees) on pizza stone


Just before first bite. Similar plate set up for my wife who gave it a thumbs up!

Great stuff!

The question remains, what's the best way to warm them up?


ETA: Chicken...
post #13 of 17
Congratulations - those look great and from the sounds of it tasted great too - Nice post as well points.gif
post #14 of 17
spiced apple sausage, peps/onions, baby portabellas, cheese....yumyum

post #15 of 17
Great job. I have made the pizza fattie, but wrapping it and turning it into a calazone is really cool. I might borrow that idea, if you don't mind. Very good looking bacon on both!
post #16 of 17
Congratulations on the first Fatty... Looks like you did an excellent job...PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #17 of 17

That's it..........I'm doin a fatty this weekend!!!!


thanks for the inspiration :)



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