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Loaded baked potato fattie

post #1 of 12
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After seein Lugnutz post on mashed potato and gravy fattie I was inspired to make my own for a mid day snack.  I really needed to add more meat to the smoker like I needed a hole in my head, but what the heck.  I needed lunch!  So here it is..  My loaded baked potato fattie.

 

1 chub of Jimmy Dean maple breakfast sausage  (the only ground meat I had available)

1 package of "Idaho Reds" mashed Loaded bake potato (minus 1/2 cup water for stiffness) I used about 2/3 of what the package yeilded.

2 chopped green onions straight out of the garden

About a cup or more shredded colby jack cheese

 

Other than a bit of salt in the tater water, I added no additional seasonings

 

Here it is ready for the roll up and bacon wrap.

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All rolled up and heading to the freezer for 20 minutes

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Pulling it out of the smoker at 165° internal.  Used Hickory and Pecan for this smoke. The upper grate is about 280°  AS you can see I really didnt need to add another piece to this smoke, but hey I needed lunch :)

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The obligatory sliced pick.   This by far was the BEST fattie I have ever done.  Not sure where the maple flavor went out of the sausage, but the over all flavor of this was outstanding.  It was also a real easy fattie to make.  Thanks for checking out the Q.

 

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post #2 of 12

thats a smoker full of meat! wow, everything looks great. is the fatty as good as it looks?

post #3 of 12
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It was outstanding..  Just had my neighbors over for a slice, and they were speachless..  They took phone pictures and twittered it LOL.  They had never heard of such a thing, and couldnt believe the flavors.

post #4 of 12

Gonna book mark that one. It looked wonderful.

post #5 of 12

Now that's a nice looking fattie.  Looks like a nice side dish for some Dino Bones.

post #6 of 12

Man, does that look good, thanks for the recipe. Nice weave too, I love loaded baked taters.

post #7 of 12

You have to love those baked Potatoe fatties. Your looks awsome I like the shot of the cheese just oozzing out of it too. Now that is one of the most requested fatiies when I smoke lunch for the jobsite.

post #8 of 12

What a great looking fattie!!! That new smoker seems like it is treating you really well... Thanks for the Qview!

post #9 of 12

That sounds right up my alley. I love potatoes. Did you use a instant potato box and add water or actually boil potatoes and make them into mashed potatoes?

post #10 of 12
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by rbranstner View Post

That sounds right up my alley. I love potatoes. Did you use a instant potato box and add water or actually boil potatoes and make them into mashed potatoes?



I used "Idaho Reds"  which is an instant potato, but the best you can buy.  They come in pouches that are in various flavors.  The flavor I used this time was "loaded baked"   I was never a fan of instant stuff, but these are really good, and a quick fix for the family.  boil water add potato, and wait 5 minutes.  I used about a 1/2 cup less than recomended to stiffen the potato.  I might use even less next time.

post #11 of 12

That looks delicious!

 

post #12 of 12

Looks Great... Nice Job!!!

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