Friday, September 11, 2015

Pig Patties, Jalapeno Spam, Dirty Beans & More

I started this cook by making up some Southern Succor Rub from the famous Smoke and Spice book which is our favorite rub for several different treats including all Spam recipes. I also made up some Orange Marmalade Sriracha Sauce for our Spam treat. 

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That sauce is killer.

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Next up were the Pig Patties and this is my recipe for this treat.

About 1-1/4 to 1-1/2 pound of pulled and chopped pulled pork
2 tsp finely chopped jalapeno pepper
2 tsp finely chopped bell pepper
2 tsp finely chopped onion
2 tsp Southern Succor Rub
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
About 6 oz cream cheese
About 1/8 cup sorghum
Salt & Pepper

AP flour
2 eggs
Panko bread crumbs

I sauted the jalapenos, bell pepper, and onions in a cast iron skillet.
I made up the patties with a burger press and placed them in the fridge overnight to be sure they set up so they could be breaded for cooking.

I also made up my Dirty Beans on the day before the meat cook. This is my recipe for the beans.

2 cans Refried Beans
Small can Pickled jalapenos including the juice
Small can of Black olives including the juice
About 7-8 oz of pork Chorizo sausage
Small yellow onion finely chopped
2 small Roma type tomatoes chopped
Handful of cilantro
Mexican cheese

I precooked the sausage and onions and then added them to my beans.

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On the morning of my cook, wife breaded my Pig Patties and they were ready for the fire. 

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Cut the Spam into 12 chunks and sprinkled on a light coat of the Southern Succor rub.

Fired the Cobb Grill up and added a chunk of hickory for this cook. Loaded the Spam on the cooker for the first part of the cook.

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Got an early start and the Spam took about 20 minutes to get done.

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I changed the grill over to the frying pan and grilled up the Pig Patties.

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Meat just off the grill.

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I spooned a puddle of bbq sauce on the corner of my plate and then added the Pig Pattie. On top of that, I added some slaw sauce and green onions. Last, I dribbled on some sorghum. I also added some of the Orange Sriracha sauce to my Spam pieces. I added some sour cream and green onions to my Dirty Beans. With a biscuit and some tomato slices, my meal was complete. 

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Wife made her Pig Pattie into a sandwich and added some pasta salad to her plate. 

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