Breakfast fattie

Discussion in 'Fatties' started by jrod62, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. jrod62

    jrod62 Smoking Guru Group Lead OTBS Member

    Been a long time since we had a fattie so here we go

    Eggs and hash browns

    Smoking with my new toys

    TBS [​IMG] And you can see my sexy legs [​IMG]

    Slice of fattie and some pastrami

    Thanks for looking
  2. dirtsailor2003

    dirtsailor2003 Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Looks good!
  3. kathrynn

    kathrynn Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Oh yummy!  [​IMG] Much better for Breakfast than just a cup of coffee!

  4. jrod62

    jrod62 Smoking Guru Group Lead OTBS Member

  5. drkrasi

    drkrasi Newbie

    I would try dropping it in some pancake batter and deep fry it and see how that comes out
  6. I was hoping someone had done this.  It seemed to me that with the shorter cook time of 3 hours, a breakfast fatty was the ideal thing to throw on the grates when putting on a pork butt or brisket for dinner so that the family can have a crazy breakfast before the friends come over for the pulling party.  And serving it on an english muffin?  Great work.
  7. tatuajevi

    tatuajevi Fire Starter

    Haha, because sausage wrapped in bacon isn't enough calories? Deep fry it!
  8. Looks awesome. I'll be trying my first one soon. I do have a question though. How do you know when its done? I understand that you want to cook to temp not time but can you get an acurate internal temp on a fatty when the inside is veggies, egg and cheese?
  9. I live in Canada and our  choice of tube sausage products is below poor to say the least.   If I tried to do this with Italian Sausage meat, even if I have to buy links and slice them open, would that work?

    I would put hard boiled eggs, cheese and salsa into one of these, wrap with bacon and have breakfast fattie.
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2013
  10. raastros2

    raastros2 Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    you are watching the temp on the bacon and sausage SGT, the eggs and veggies will cook reasonably faster than the meat if you hadn't already sautéed them a little before hand
  11. bobank03

    bobank03 Smoking Fanatic


    Nice job on the fatty! Looks like it turned out perfect. Nice tight weave. First rate job. You didn't mention how they fared after that last qview? (How were they?)

    I'm gonna pull a few slices of frozen fatty for breakfast in a few minutes...(JD Hot Sausage, Cheddar Cheese & Jalapenos)and throw them in the skillet. The fat from the bacon helps put a nice little crust on the fatty. Nice quite deep fried, but not bad. 
  12. hova1914

    hova1914 Smoke Blower

    The "fatty mcmuffin" is a great idea! I'll hafta try that with my next breakfast fatty
  13. redneckbbq71

    redneckbbq71 Newbie

    That sure looks yummy!
  14. I love the weave on the 45 degree angle...very sexy looking.
  15. The pictures are worth 1000 words!  I have one question on the prep.  Were you using a gallon size baggie?  I want to make one of these.  You just can't go wrong with bacon and cheese any way you put it together.  Thank you.
  16. dan - firecraft

    dan - firecraft Smoke Blower

    That looks amazing!
  17. sgtmonte

    sgtmonte Fire Starter

    I was searching the forum for a breakfast idea and this one just made it to the top of the list.  Looks great.
  18. Wow! I am always so amazed at these fatties! Rolled with precision! So fun to see!!! Cheers!!! - Leah
  19. cdnwildsmoker

    cdnwildsmoker Fire Starter

    Yes we do not get the tubes of frozen sausage up here but look in the fresh meat section of your grocery store, they should have the Johnsonville sausage meat in 1lbs packages. I just rolled 2 fatties last weekend, 2lbs of venison mixed with 1lbs of Johnsonville mild Italian sausage and they turned out fantastic!!! I made a thread about it.

  20. I look, but do not see it in the stores around here.  I see the frozen Canada Packers, who I hate and Johsonville fresh Italian style sausage, never in the tube.  and the CP stuff in those tubes is almost pure fat.  And I live in the city that is at the intersection of the Grand River and the Hwy 403

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