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post #31 of 45 Old 05-01-2012, 07:26 AM
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I had great luck with this recipe. I grilled with indirect charcoal. Turned out awesome!




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post #32 of 45 Old 05-01-2012, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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I had great luck with this recipe. I grilled with indirect charcoal. Turned out awesome!
I think yours look better than mine! Lol
I'll be using smoked Gouda cheese, and maybe something like garlic stuffed olives next time...

Now that I have the technique, I must find the best brat stuffing, and the best bacon to wrap with...

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Made me some last night...I broke my phone so I only had the really crappy camera from my Samsung Blackjack. It was too dark to get a good after picture but I got a before shot. Used spicy brats. Cut them open and added diced onions, jalapenos, colby jack cheese and then the pickle spear. Wrapped each in two slices of bacon. Slow cooked them pretty high above the heat and they turned out amazing. Can't wait to do it again. Maybe tomorrow haha
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Sorry about the huge pic...like I said, it was from my old phone. And I had to grill at least one regular brat as my control so I could accurately judge how much better the others were haha
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Sorry about the huge pic...like I said, it was from my old phone. And I had to grill at least one regular brat as my control so I could accurately judge how much better the others were haha
I visit this thread every day.... It makes me hungry every time... Now I'm thinking of different cheeses, horseradish cheese perhaps...

And I'd still like to at least try topping them with chili...

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Made them again..... Smoked and spiced Gouda cheese, pickles, AND pepperocinis.... Got the bacon nice and crispy, used cheddar brats, and beer brats.... DELICIOUS!

Pic of them on the grill...
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In the process of dinner now

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Delicious!

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Delicious!
Lookin good man! I just got done grillin up a porterhouse... It's 11pm...

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I made some stuffed brats last night, a pickle, muenster cheese, wrapped in maple bacon, then glazed them with a raspberry chipotle sauce, for sweetness. The sauce really accented the tartness of the pickle...it was like a roller coaster of flavors! My buddies thought I was a hero!
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I made some stuffed brats last night, a pickle, muenster cheese, wrapped in maple bacon, then glazed them with a raspberry chipotle sauce, for sweetness. The sauce really accented the tartness of the pickle...it was like a roller coaster of flavors! My buddies thought I was a hero!
I tried it with muenster cheese, I thought it was too mild for me but still, very good.... I'm gonna try using bacon from the butcher shop next, theirs is apple smoked, super thick cut...

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Have you guys had the bacon burger dogs? I use the johnsonville stadium brats soak them in beer and simmer then take seasoned hamburger and mold it around the brat then wrap with bacon. I finish it off with melted cheese. Grill indirect or smoke. I prefer smoking them for 2 hours and the bacon just seals everything up and it's a party in your mouth. Plus the 2 hours gives you more time for beverages!
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I've never heard of that... But I know what I'm going to try out soon!

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Have you guys had the bacon burger dogs? I use the johnsonville stadium brats soak them in beer and simmer then take seasoned hamburger and mold it around the brat then wrap with bacon. I finish it off with melted cheese. Grill indirect or smoke. I prefer smoking them for 2 hours and the bacon just seals everything up and it's a party in your mouth. Plus the 2 hours gives you more time for beverages!
While this recipe may be delicious, I'm not a huge fan of burger meat. I'm not knocking it or anything, it's just not for me.

On a side note, I tried Maple Bacon Doughnut beer (ale). It was.... Different. Tasted like the bacon was burnt. (pic from google)
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