Thursday, September 18, 2014

Smoked Bologna w/ Wing Sauce



Trust me, you will love this one. You don't have to admit that you love it, but you will.  This always gets the most "GROSS" comments, but disappears 5 minutes later. Don't forget your mustard, cheese and Texas Toast white bread. 

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2-4 lb chub of bologna
  • Mustard 
  • Rub (Basic BBQ Rub)
  • Buffalo Wing Sauce

DIRECTIONS:

Fire up the smoker or grill for indirect heat. I went with a temp of 275 and it turned out great. I added a few chunks of pecan wood for some mild smoke.  Pecan is the most versatile wood and will work on anything.

Score the chub of bologna to add a little extra surface for the rub. I'm not going to lie, it also adds a really cool look.  Cut into the meat about 1/4 of an inch. Add a little mustard and some rub and place on the smoker. This will go for about 3 hours, so relax and have a cold one.



After about 45 minutes, a crust starts to form on the outside and it will start to open up a little.

Looking tasteeee

The pecan smoke adds a nice smell to the man cave patio.

Go Lions !!!

After 3 hours in the smoker and a slathering of some Spicy Buffalo Wing sauce, we have this beauty.



I just love this pic.  Makes my mouth water.

"Where all the white bread at"?

Slice thick or thin for great sandwiches.

Great flavor!

Let's Eat!



This is a great tailgate recipe as it doesn't take forever to cook.  Trust me, your group will love it. Thanks for stopping by!


7 comments:

  1. I'm not so sure about this one, (re: gross comment), but I have to say the photos make it look delish. The picture of it on the bread made my mouth water. I don't know if my DD told you, but we used to have fried bologna sandwiches all the time. It's not in the same category as smoked bologna, but it's good! :-)

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  2. I made a few fried bologna sammies with this one after it was smoked. Adds a great flavor to it. I love fried bologna as well. Can't beat it.

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  3. When I was younger, my mom use to put the chub on the rotisserie in the oven, and let it cook, she also covered it with mustard and some spices. It was one of our favorites growing up. and to this day I still love a fried bologna sandwich. When I get a rotisserie for the BBQ I will be making it just like mom did ;) ty for posting this, it brings back good memories.

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    1. You are welcome. Isn't it funny how we crave things from our childhood. I still crave Creamed Tuna on toast and Chipped Beef on toast. All due to my mom's cooking from back in the day. Thanks for posting.

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  4. Saw this first on you tube, looked good so had to try, it turned out excellent and the cuts you make on it just makes it look that much better when cooked. Anyways gave some to my step dad and daughter and they both fell in love with it and my oldest daughter isn't much of a bologna eater. So she goes and puts pictures of it on her FB page and immediately some of her friends wanted some and wanted to know where she got it. So now Just this past weekend I got orders to smoke 6 5lb.chubs and made $30 for my time. I think I might of started something here. :)

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    1. That's awesome. I did one covered in Buffalo wing sauce awhile back and it was a HIT!!!! Options are endless. Send pics as I will be adding a new section soon for everyone's pics. Thx again!

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  5. This looks so yummy! Can’t wait to try it! I’m cooking the next 2 weeks dinner using all your recipes!

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