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Old 07-16-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Any thoughts on how to do these on the grill in a tailgate setting vs the traditional fried method?
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Old 07-16-2013, 09:23 PM   #2
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:02 PM   #3
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Never seen'em grilled. You could pan fry them over a grill. Post pics if you try it.
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thanks for the ideas hadn't thought of CI skillet
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Just a guess, but I presume they are chilled.... how about putting a tightish fitting lid on the skillet to creat a bit of a pressure cooker to warm the center of the filling up a bit them lifting the lid to toast them up nice and brown.
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If your grill has a cover I would just do them with indirect heat like a convection oven
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Pie Iron?
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Just a guess, but I presume they are chilled.... how about putting a tightish fitting lid on the skillet to creat a bit of a pressure cooker to warm the center of the filling up a bit them lifting the lid to toast them up nice and brown.
The meat filling is cooked then you spoon it into a pastry type dough then seal up like a turnover then deep fry them is the traditional way. Similar to maybe a calzone in a way
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Interesting & that may be the way to go. I'll have to look around to see what might work.
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