Smoked Bacon Burritto

13 Apr

       IF THIS DOESN’T LOOK GOOD TO YOU …………. THROW AWAY YOUR    SMOKER      pig

     Okay, first  , this is from Bill Gillespie .

I have tweaked it a little ::

                                                                                                                                                           O MAKE A BACON WEAVE BREAKFAST BURRITO IN A SMOKER

BY BILL GILLESPIE APR 06 2016

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Ah, the bacon weave. This is something that those who love bacon really need to have in their arsenal. Using bacon to replace the tortilla in a breakfast burrito is a whole lot of meaty-madness and it is fantastic, especially when cooked in a smoker. Breakfast will never be the same again.

 

 

Bacon Weave Breakfast Burrito

 

Serves: 2 • Cook time: approximately 1–1 ½ hours

  • 1 Bacon Weave (below)
  • 1 cup  cooked hash browns
  • 2 tbsp  your favorite hot sauce
  • 4 eggs, scrambled
  • 4 breakfast sausage links
  • ½ cup  shredded cheddar or pepper Jack cheese
  • ¼ cup  chunky salsa (mild, medium or hot)
  • 5 slices jalapeno pepper
  • . Fire up your smoker to 275ºF–300ºF (135ºC–150ºC).    pay attention to the water pan to make sure it doesn’t run out of water

 

Lay out your Bacon Weave on a sheet of heavy-duty aluminum foil.bacon weave

 

 

 

Add the hash browns and top with hot sauce.  bb33

 

Next add the scramble egg, breakfast sausage, cheddar cheese and salsa.  bb44  AND JALAPENO  Chile slices

 

 

Roll it up and make sure the seam ends up on the bottom. This will help ensure that the burrito stays together while you’re cooking it.  bb55

 

Add the apple wood just before putting the meat on the smoker. Place on the smoker seam side down and cook until the bacon is done and browned, 1–1 ½ hours.

Remove and let sit for about 10 minutes, and then cut in half and serve.

bb66    OH YEAHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Bacon Weave

   bacon weave

Serves: approximately 4 • Cook time: 30–45 minutes

16 slices (about 1 lb [455 g]) bacon

Lay 8 strips of bacon vertically across a rimmed baking sheet or aluminum foil, flush against each other. Fatty sides should all face one direction and meaty sides should all face the other direction. The width should match the length of the strips.

Fold every other strip in half onto itself. Lay one strip of bacon perpendicular to those strips, flush against the back of the folds. Unfold those flipped strips back over the perpendicular strip of bacon.

Now fold every other strip in the alternating columns. Lay one strip of bacon perpendicular to those strips, flush against the back of the folds. Unfold those strips back down over the perpendicular strip of bacon.

Repeat again with the first set of strips. Do the same thing on the upper half of the weave. There should be the same number of strips going down as there are going across.

heat oven to 325′ and bake for 10 min.

Remove from oven and let cool for 5 min.

Follow rest of directions

Eat and Enjoy!

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