Friday, November 17, 2017

Lasagna on the Cobb Supreme

I tried some more baking on my new Cobb Supreme and it came out quite well. 

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I added a couple slices of tomatoes and a slice of garlic bread and it made a fine meal.

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Lasagna is one of my favorite meals.

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I used about a 1-1/4 pound of my homemade Italian sausage, some burger, onions, garlic, sauce, spices. and a little water. The cheese mix was ricotta, parmesan, mozzarella, and eggs. I used the oven ready lasagna noodles. Added some pepperoni to the top of my treat.

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Ready to go on the cooker.

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Got my bake started very early this morning to beat the rain.

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My Supreme always seems to run a little hotter than my Premier so for most cooks, I close off some of the exhaust vents to control the temperature. I wanted to run about 350F degrees measured on the cooking or baking surface so I closed of half or 4 of the vent holes.

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A 9X13 baking pan just fits the cooker and this picture shows the lasagna done at 170F degrees internal. I used 14 all hardwood briquets and the bake took one hour.

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Cooling down for serving.

I think that this larger Cobb Supreme does bake a little better than the standard Cobb grill. I will try a pizza next to see just how well it does at a higher baking temperature. 

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