My first "Chucky". I turned it into Enchiladas, with Q/View

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Feb 8, 2012
Harford County, Maryland
First: Thanks Dutch for posting the recipe in 2007 that's now a sticky

I started with a 3.5lb Chuck roast. I added salt, pepper, a little granulated garlic and onion powder

Then brought the kamado up to 250* and put her on  with pecan and cherry wood

When it hit 169IT, I added beef broth and foiled until it reached 205*. Then I pulled it

I took half of it and set aside for burritos later on this weekend. Then I put enchilada sauce in the bottom of the pan, wrapped the beef, some caramelized onions and cilantro in a tortilla and set it seam down in the pan. I made 10 enchiladas and covered them in cheese.

20 minutes later:

The best enchiladas I have ever made. My oldest couldn't stop eating them.

Thanks to everyone on this forum for the ideas, recipes and help. You're the greatest.

Thanks everyone.

I didn't know where to put this in the forum, so I'm adding it to this thread since it started with the chuck roast.

I had left over chucky and ribs that I did yesterday so I made a modified calzone from each:

I made fresh pizza dough, divided it into 6 sections, rolled it out and filled each one. I sauteed onions and peppers for the beef, added provolone cheese and I did two with ribs and mac & cheese, plus 2 pizza calzones for the youngest. I hope you enjoy. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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