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moinkballs

EGGLANDS BESTEGGLANDS BEST Posts: 211
edited 12:09AM in EggHead Forum
Can someone post what all is needed for these i'dlike to try them i have searched the forums but found very little as to how to make the sauce and sstuff thanks in advance

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  • Put trp1fox in the search box and hit enter.
    I think this will take you to the post that started all this a couple of days ago. It's a real simple recipe that I will be trying when I get stateside again.
    Hope this helped.
  • here's what you need:
    premade, frozen italian style beef meatballs
    bacon
    any bbq rub you like
    toothpicks
    any bbq sauce you like

    a smoker.

    - wrap meatball in bacon.
    - sprinkle with bbq rub.
    - smoke the MOINK balls indirect at 250 to 300 till the bacon is done to your liking.
    - apply bbq sauce and smoke a bit longer to set the sauce.

    it's pretty simple and it's made to be simple.

    and from the originator of this recipe, if you use anything other than the premade, frozen meatball, it's not a MOINK ball.

    don't like the premade, frozen italian stlye beef meatballs? sure go ahead and make something out of ground veal, but that is NOT a MOINK ball. that would be a veal ball wrapped in bacon.

    i don't make the rules, people

    here's my first attempt:
    click this
  • Surely that's not an aluminum bowl you are serving those in!!!!!!!!LOL :P
  • actually, it's an aluminum-based alloy.

    click this

    i won't make light of the chef's beliefs. she has real reasons to believe what she believes and has taken proactive steps to ease her own mind. being an engineer, i need more solid proof and facts before i draw any conclusions. i will continue to use my aluminum-alloy platters and bowls and aluminum grill toppers and aluminum foil. i also drink more alcohol than i should even though i know i shouldn't. sometimes, the alcohol is in an aluminum can. these are things that i choose to do. i don't however, use teflon lined pans.
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