Smoked Potato Gravy Bombs and Smoked pork steak, sliced and fried

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Smoked Potato Gravy Bombs and Smoked pork steak, sliced and fried

Yes Gravy bombs again, last time I said I wanted more Gravy inside . So found a bigger container instead of the ice cube tray that I got in trouble using last time, lol

Yes Easter egg cups, filled , froze and than made the mashed potato . Added pepper salt and green onions and parsley

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Put the two sides together to make the shape of the egg, insert the gravy into the potato, make a ball. roll in the flour, egg and milk, than the bread crumbs, right into the freezer for 30 minutes. get the smoker up to approx. 350 deg. with Cherry chunks ( sprayed the balls with cooking spray so the bread crumb coating crusted up )

Earlier I coated the pork with Jeff's ( TulsaJeff TulsaJeff ) Texas style Rub, first time to use this one . I really like it . Let wait in the fridge for couple hours
Than into the smoker same time as the potato bombs. The pork was removed in about 40 minutes, the potatoes 60 minutes.

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Sliced the pork into nice size pieces, into the CI with onions and mini corn and a bit of the gravy. Saved some of the smoked pork for other plate later.

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Bring out the potatoes and plate up
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And the final close up shot, of this fun and very tasty pork, and the Smoked Mashed gravy Potato Bombs .
A great plate of food

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Thanks for hanging around to the end

David
 

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Meat, taters, gravy, and just enough veggies to call it a balanced meal! What is not to love!!!!

Jim

Thanks Jim for the love and the comment

Yes it was a full rounded meal, and I'm with you on the veggie thing, but some times I will throw a salad into the mix, lol

But who does not like a nice plate of potato-meat -and gravy :emoji_yum: :emoji_yum: :emoji_yum:

David
 
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Wait... there were vegetables? :emoji_blush:
That looks delicious David! I'll have a plateful please... with a side of gravy shots!

Ryan

Thanks Ryan for the comment

There was a couple vegies , BUT I don't call potatoes or onions veggies... they are just a given in this house. Plus a big drink of gravy.

I was going to tag Robert and yourself because of the gravy, but I thought you might sniff it out sometime.

We did have a big BBQ with mashed and gravy the other day also and thought of you also. But I did not post as not smoke on that meal.

I will post it in this thread just to show you what we call comfort food up north . It was a nice day so lit the Q :emoji_sunglasses: :emoji_sunglasses:

David
 
Oh gosh! Another great looking plate!

jim

Thanks again Jim for the love and the comment

Yes this one I just through in as it really was not a smoked meal, thats why it did not have it's own thread.
That is just me, but it was a very good plate of food, it was nice to BBQ on a nice day for a change, instead of cold and blowing

David
 
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