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Stuffed Sausage

vulcan75001

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Got to thank bbq bubba for the idea....and going with that theme...I started with 3 lbs of Italian sausage at room temp to roll out easy...



used parchment paper and sprayed with pam type oil so things wouldn't stick...spread a layer of pasta sauce on the sausage...a layer of peppers and onions that I cooked last night, and a layer of mozzarella cheese



Rolled it up and into the smoker...left it on the parchment paper..to help hold things together..the parchment paper is good to 420*



Smoked at 225* till internal temp hit 160*



let rest for a little bit...then pure heaven...absolutely fantastic...truly a meal all in itself...a little extra pasta sauce on the side....




used apple wood and sprayed with apple juice and captain morgan mix
Thank you again bbq bubba for the idea...this really came out great...
 

jord hawkins

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must...have........stuffed.........sausage......

Looks incredible!

Definitely something I'm going to have to try.
 

tonto1117

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It's a Fatty Meatloaf!!
Looks Absoulutley Incredible Richard
......Drooling on Laptop. Gotta try this, thanks!!!
 

squeezy

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You have what it takes ... Bubba's inspiration and look what you have done!

I can't wait to try it ... and I truly expect I and others will find other equally great ideas from this ... BRAVO!


Oh! ... and thanks for the tip on parchment paper ... I had no idea how robust it is!
 

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Yes yes that does look good, did you sprinkle on any other spices and what not? what kind peppers, it looks like you grilled it rather then smoking it, how long was the cooking time? and most of all what else did you have with it, any dipping sauce bbq sauce optional would be the sides to went with it :-)
 

t-bone tim

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Man ,now thats some close up porn....slurp drool slurp ....wipe keyboard ...nice job
 

linescum

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i'll take my eggs sunnyside up please
 

vulcan75001

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Chrish

There was no other seasoning applied to the sausage...just sprayed it a few times with a 3-1 mix of apple juice and captain morgan spiced rum..the peppers were just the sweet bell pepper and sweet onions sauteed with evoo the night before, so it would be cool..and not start cooking the inside when it was all put together...it was smoked....not grilled...smoked at 225* to an internal temp of 160*....always go by an internal temp for the particular type of meat you are smoking...ya want to stay safe..and not under cook things...the time turned out to be 3 hours...had a little pasta with it...and used some pasta sauce to add the final touches.....hope this answers all your questions...
it turned out really great and very tasty....
 

bbq bubba

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Thanks for the comp's, richard, just some ideas i found here and added my own touches. Funny thing is i did a italian fatty last nite also, ya beat me to the porn though. Looks awesome
I used red peppers and scallions with mozz. cheese..........but i like the sauce idea (mama makes homemade) so thank-you for the tips

 

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Richard, that looks awesome. I can see that making some fine sammiches-a sub roll, some diablo de mayo sauce slathered on the roll and a couple of slices of that stuffed fattie!!!

Dutch's Diablo de Mayo Sauce

1 cup of mayonaise
1 tablespoon Chipolte powder
1 jalapeno finely diced (seeded and membranes removed optional)

Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and place in the refridgerator and allow flavors to meld together for 2-3 hours.

You may want to start with 1 teaspoon of Chiplote powder and 1/2 of the diced jalapeno and go from there. This stuff will really kick yer butt, but dang is it good!!

I originally created this sauce to take along to a Cinco de Mayo party and called it Cinco de Mayo sauce. One of the other guest at the party refered to it as my "Devil Sauce" so I figured "why not" and it's been called my Diablo de Mayo Sauce ever since.

Hope you all enjoy it!!
 

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I really believe you could take top awards in three categories; Best in food, Best in presentation and Best in photography!

Kudos, my friend! Kudos!

Cheers!
 

vulcan75001

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Dutch..
That sauce sounds great...thanks..just got home from the store with some fresh onion rolls..going to have to make up some sandwiches for work tomorrow...

Monty .. Thanks...also came home with a 12# pork loin that I have to get trimmed and into the buckboard cure for another batch of canadian bacon...
 

vulcan75001

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bbq bubba..
that looks great also...sure smelled like country fair time around here...
 

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