Barbecue Shotgun Shells
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Ready, aim, fire! Chef Tom hits the target with these Barbecue Shotgun Shells. It’s BBQ stuff manicotti! Pasta-filled tubes of smoked sausage, pulled pork, smoked cheddar, and peppers wrapped in bacon and smoked with a layer of a sweet heat BBQ sauce.
- Combine the raw smoked sausage, pulled pork, smoked cheddar and fire roasted peppers in a medium mixing bowl. Mix well to combine.
- Stuff the mixture into the manicotti shells, filling the pasta as full as possible.
- Wrap one slice of bacon around each stuffed manicotti. When all of the pasta is stuffed and wrapped, cover with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator overnight to soften the pasta.
- The next day, preheat your Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill to 250ºF.
- Season the shotgun shells modestly with Yoder Smokers Pork Rub.
- Place the shotgun shells on a wire rack, then transfer to the second shelf of the smoker.
- Smoke until the bacon is rendered and browning, about 90 minutes, turning the pan occasionally to cook evenly.
- When the bacon is rendered, brush the shotgun shells with Meat Mitch Whoomp Barbecue Sauce, then let cook for ten more minutes to tack up the sauce.
- Remove from the smoker and serve warm.
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- Serving Size
- per serving
- 25 grams
- Saturated Fat
- 9.7 grams
- 83 milligrams
- 1105 milligrams
- 18.2 grams
- .6 grams
- 5.6 grams
- 24 grams