"Maple Overload" Breakfast Fattie

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Smoke Blower
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Jan 17, 2011
Largo, FL and Dunlap, TN
My version of the a breakfast fattie starts with fresh sausage with country-maple seasoning and a chopped granny smith apple.

Brush with REAL maple syrup (not maple flavored corn syrup!)


Sprinkle on some shredded cheese, then put a can of corned beef hash into a quart-size bag, turn it into a slab, and lay that on top of the cheese.


Rolled like a pin-wheel steak and wrapped in Maple Bacon


On the smoker @ 225º for 4-1/2 hours with Apple wood and Cherry.


Since this was going to be for breakfast tomorrow, I threw a whole (split) chicken on about an hour in.


4-1/2 hours later, the "Fattie" is finished... But not ready to eat. Let it cool, wrap it in plastic, and put it in the fridge overnight to firm-up and let the flavors develop. (This is for breakfast tomorrow!)


Meantime, the chicken is done. Pair with sweet cornbread pudding , a black bean and corn medley, and of course a side of my home-made barbecue sauce.


... Next morning - out of the fridge, unrapped, and the first cut.  Looks good!


Into the cast iron skillet to crisp up the corned beef hash, and make a couple of fried eggs. Meanwhile, toast up some English muffins.


Brush the muffin with maple butter (equal parts melted butter and maple syrup), and stack the fattie patty, a slice of smoked gouda, and the egg.


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WOW, McDonalds sure doesn't have that... Looks Great...
Awesome fatty!!! Did you have the bacon under the rolled out sausage or put it on after the fact......That is one nice looking weave!
Awesome fatty!!! Did you have the bacon under the rolled out sausage or put it on after the fact......That is one nice looking weave!

Bite, I put the weave on afterwards.  Since I was making a "pinwheel" roll, it would get tucked in if I did it first.  Although.... that might not be a bad idea!  

Now how do you compete with that "Dude". Your fattie does look awesome and your sammie sure does beat the dog poo out of an Egg-a-muffin.
That is AWESOME!!!

No disrespect meant, but that is a real EGG MCMUFFIN that you could be proud to serve, good job, fantastic!

If I had English Muffins I would make a humble attempt to duplicate that.

I see a major problem with your fattie..............................you only made one...... nice job
I'll take 5 dozen of those to go! WOW, WOW, WOW, WOW!!

That is soooo friggin awesome I can't even describe! I love corned beef hash and fatties and maple syrup. Way to go, that one knocks it out of the park!
lookin' GREAT there, Czar! you hit couple of my sweet spots... maple syrup makes all sorts of things better, and canned corned beef hash - totally one of my guilty pleasures!! I might have to steal that fatty recipe.  More maple syrup on the side, anyone?
Things that make you say WOW - great looking fattie and sandwich for sure
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