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ABT substitute

Indiana SkeeterIndiana Skeeter Posts: 30
edited 8:26PM in EggHead Forum
If I do not have any pulled pork what can I use instead? Someone said sausage, do I have to cook it first? Will it get done? How long does it take to cook?
Thanks for any help


  • Uncle PhilUncle Phil Posts: 665
    Indiana Skeeter,
    Did you get the email I sent directly to you regarding my mother and sister live in Columbus, IN?[p]Phil

  • RRPRRP Posts: 18,653
    Indiana Skeeter,oh, let's see...
    cocktail weenies,
    tiny smokies,
    cooked shrimp,
    hot dog sauce,
    another kind of complimenting cheese.
    or YOUR preference!!!

    L, M, S, Mini
    Dunlap, IL
  • HolySmokesHolySmokes Posts: 446
    Indiana Skeeter,
    hmmm. let's see
    This one (shown) is ground (after smoking) top round roast, then neuchatel, bacon over the top. no one involved stopped eating before
    they were gone.
    I've also used pulled pork stuffed under the creamcheese; but mostly I've seen some kind of sausage recommended here on the forum. My thought is try what you think will work as a combination, or do them with only creamcheese. Somebody stops eating, more for the rest![p]<img src =""[p]Use what you've got, and don't worry. Be happy!
    Awesome Bacon Treats Rule in any configuration.
    best, HS

  • Toy ManToy Man Posts: 416
    I use a pre-cooked spicy sausage.[p]Toy Man
  • Indiana Skeeter,
    Try Jalapeno or Habannero Pepper Jelly. Publix carried Jalapeno and Texas Pepper Jelly can be found on the web. I keep Pineapple Habanero on hand for BBQ sauce, cream cheese dips, etc.[p]

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