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Smokin J 08-01-2007 09:14 PM

Does any one any good recipes for Fatties? I have never made them before, but I'm thinking about doing some this weekend. Any ideas would be appreciated :lol: .

G$ 08-01-2007 09:19 PM

1) Unwrap Jimmy Dean Hot 16 oz sausage, and place in Barbecue at 225.
2) Cook until Done.


For all the wonderful customizations, this one remains my favorite.

Thawley 08-01-2007 09:22 PM

Voodoo Garlic Fatty Mod
I'm a garlic eater. I did my first ones with lotsa garlic and I'll do my next ones that way too...
Voodoo Garlic Fatty Mod

Rick's Tropical Delight 08-01-2007 09:33 PM

pure sausage heaven!

keale 08-02-2007 01:39 AM

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Make your own sausage... I stuffed mine with onions, jalapeno, bell peppers, shiitake mushrooms, and pecarion romano...very good...I think you could stuff it with anything and it will still be good...well withing reason:-D

Puppyboy 08-02-2007 03:07 AM


Originally Posted by Smokin J (Post 437733)
Does any one any good recipes for Fatties?...

Yup, we all do. :wink:

DaChief 08-02-2007 05:56 AM

JD stuffed with jalapeno and pepperjack cheese and rolled in a good rub is the favorite at my house.

Porky 08-02-2007 07:59 AM

JD original stuffed with carmelized onions, cream cheese, shredded smoked gouda, sliced jalapeno, sliced red pepper, sprinkled with garlic powder rolled up and plastic wrapped and placed back in fridge for a couple of hours to firm up then. Unwrap sprinkle with your favorite rub and put in smoker for 2-3 hours @225-275. You are in for a treat!!! Use your imagination on what to stuff them with and you will be rewarded wuth some great eats.

KC_Bobby 08-02-2007 08:10 AM

Ummm, I'm going to stop at the store and pick some up so we have breakfast Saturday morning in Laurie.

River City Smokehouse 08-02-2007 08:21 AM

When it comes to a fatty there is already a lot of falvor just because of the pork factor. Use your imagination and stuff it with different cheeses, herbs, meats. Just what ever your mind comes up with. I've not tried it yet but I'v thought about using a piping bag and filling one up with a scrambled egg or two and see how it will turn out.

Harbormaster 08-02-2007 08:34 AM

JD stuffed with roasted red bell peppers, chipotle peppers in adobo, onion, garlic, and string cheese. No rub, smoke/indirect grill until done.

Papa Hogg 08-02-2007 08:42 AM

A good pinch of maui-wowie, rolled tight but not too tight...

Seriously though, put anything you like in 'em, I have used sliced mushrooms, roasted red peppers, cheeses of all varieties, garlic, onions, pre-cooked bacon. Porky made a good point that after you stuff them & you roll them back up & seal the seams you definitely want to put in the fridge for a couple of hours so the seams don't bust open when smoking.

Just a plain fatty in your favorite rub is always good too...

moses13 08-02-2007 09:01 AM

I made a few last weekend with salsa for snacks at a BBQ comp to rave reviews. I took 2 JD 16oz sausages and combined them in a bowl. I then took a jar of mild salsa and drained off as much liquid as I could and dumped the contents of 1/2 jar of salsa into the bowl with the sausage and mixed it together as you would with a meatloaf. From there, I molded the mixture into a log, sprinkled some rub on it and rolled the fattie in plastic wrap and stored in the freezer overnight to harden up. From there, I threw in on a WSM the next evening at 235 for about 3hrs. The extra that we had left over, we crumpled and put in eggs the next morning. Its a gift that keeps on giving.....

motley que 08-02-2007 09:24 AM

[quote=Papa Hogg;437855]A good pinch of maui-wowie, rolled tight but not too tight...

can i get directions to papa hogg's crib please

itschris 08-02-2007 10:10 AM

I got the big Jimmy Dean roll from Sam's club. I diced up a bunch of gruyere cheese and granny smith apples. It worked really well.

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