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Unread 03-14-2010, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default First time Armadillo Eggs

Wow.
I didn't know what I have been missing. I should put myself into the penalty box for a long time...

Jimmy Dean wrapped around a chunk of Colby Jack, onion, and jalepeno... sprinkled with rib rub, smoked, and topped with a sweet BBQ sauce...

No pics, because they were eaten so quickly... Even my friends Grandpa who is a man of few words couldn't stop talking about them. Made my day
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That sounds fantastic! The Jimmy Dean is a great touch. I am glad to hear you did not use cream cheese. I think the folks who sell the cream cheese ones should be forced to do horrible things and never be allowed to eat real cheese again. Cream cheese is for bagels and cakes. :-).
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Wow.
I didn't know what I have been missing. I should put myself into the penalty box for a long time...

Jimmy Dean wrapped around a chunk of Colby Jack, onion, and jalepeno... sprinkled with rib rub, smoked, and topped with a sweet BBQ sauce...

No pics, because they were eaten so quickly... Even my friends Grandpa who is a man of few words couldn't stop talking about them. Made my day
Man, your so farking lucky you can try all sorts of different egg's all I got here in Mi are chicken eggs, turkey eggs.
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Man I need to try these.
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Sound wonderful in that clogged artery kind of way.
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Armadillo Eggs are great! Here is a classic picture from Rick's Tropical Delight out of this thread...

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Just a thought here... I am going to try to mix the onion, cheese, and jalapeno all up in a food processor, roll them into the filling shape, freeze it, then when I'm ready to cook, just wrap the sausage around them and throw on the smoker.

Think that will give better flavor distribution in the middle, and they will also be consistent, meaning one person wont get a ho-hum jalapeno and someone else gets an atomic tongue burner...

Any thoughts on that process?
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just one thought ---bland. I like to as they say taste the flavors the colors and the textures. Mixing it up you get paste. Also we don't do cheese its takes heat away
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Wow.
I didn't know what I have been missing. I should put myself into the penalty box for a long time...

Jimmy Dean wrapped around a chunk of Colby Jack, onion, and jalepeno... sprinkled with rib rub, smoked, and topped with a sweet BBQ sauce...

No pics, because they were eaten so quickly... Even my friends Grandpa who is a man of few words couldn't stop talking about them. Made my day
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looks good I must try that one
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Love them armadillo eggs- of course the missus hates when I make them/ eat them. Something about wanting to have me around to grow old with.
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The sweet BBQ sauce seems like a mismatch to me... think I'll try lemon juice on top.
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The sweet BBQ sauce seems like a mismatch to me... think I'll try lemon juice on top.
I'm going to have to try that. The sweet bbq sauce is perfect to me. It compliments the saltiness of the sausage and cheese and the slight heat of the jalapeno. I'm not sure about lemon juice.
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