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Breakfast fatty

I have two butts going on the large and thought I could use more pork.  Put a breakfast fatty on the mini max stuffed with cheese egg and shredded potatoes.  It was my first attempt at one and it came out good. Next time I may use a drip pan though as the fat drippings gave a slightly off flavor.

Parker, Colorado

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  • sloveladslovelad Posts: 1,715
    Wow that looks incredible. Can you explain your technique, I definetly want to put this one on the list.

    thanks!
  • slovelad said:
    Wow that looks incredible. Can you explain your technique, I definetly want to put this one on the list.

    thanks!
    Sure thing, I rolled out a roll of breakfast sausage in a gallon ziplock to uniform thickness. Cut open the bag and lay down any fillings you choose. I pre scrambled 3 eggs and fried some frozen hash browns.  Threw in a pile of shredded cheese for good measure. Rolled the sausage using the remaining side of the zip lock sushi style.  I did the bacon lattice on a separate cutting board and rolled the bacon around the fatty once done.  I egged for about an hour and a half at 350 finishing at 425 to crisp the bacon. I wish I took pictures with the process but forgot.   I would use a drip pan too, I put one in half way through but it was a touch too late. This method is not my own but taken from several posts from others I've picked up along the way. Overall pretty easy.
    Parker, Colorado
  • sloveladslovelad Posts: 1,715
    Thanks Man! Your is different that some I have seen. It's like a whole breakfast.

    i bet you could make some type of honey or syrup glaze and put it on a few minutes before taking it off and it would be out of this world!
  • YEMTreyYEMTrey Posts: 5,668
    Damn I need to do this soon.  I would make one of these every time I fired up my offset smoker.  Since moving on to Eggs haven't done one since. No idea why.
    Steve 
    XL, Mini Max, and a 22" Blackstone in Cincinnati, Ohio

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