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Old 04-05-2014, 12:58 AM   #1
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Danny Gaulden's BBQ Flips

Danny Gaulden..the genuine Elvis of the BBQ world.. was nice enough to provide this recipe for getting rid of leftover bbq a few years back. Dont think I got around to trying it yet but woud be surprised if it wasnt muy stalweiner.


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This little addition to your bbq cooking menu , I think, will be a
great change of pace for you and your guest, and give you something really "different and exciting" to make with your left over Q. It is a
Southwest-Tex.Mex flavor. We invented this creation in 1975 and sell
thousands of them a year. Here goes:

Standard Flip:
1 - 10 inch flour tortilla
4 oz. or more of thin sliced smoked brisket, pork, chicken, turkey,
sausage, etc.
1- small hand full of canned, frozen, or fresh roasted green chilies
1-small hand full of diced onion.
Several thin slices of a sharp longhorn cheese...or the chez of your choice
A good medium hot salsa or bbq sauce
Diced jalapenos (optional)

Heat large heavy cast iron skillet, or other heavy pan, to medium hot.
Warm flour tortilla about 10 seconds on each side and remove from
skillet....this makes it flexible and pliable so you can fold it over.
Place slices of cheese (one layer deep) on one half of flour tortilla. Now
place meat on top of cheese ( you can layer it). Spread out a generous
portion of green chilies and diced onion on top of meat. Now shoot a
medium dose of bbq sauce or salsa across the top of the concoction. I use
a squirt bottle. Add jalapenos if desired.
At this point, you have a flour tortilla that is "full" on one half of
the circle and empty on the other. Fold empty side over to make a half
circle ( will look like a large fried pie) . Butter both sides of folded
over tortilla. Place one side down in medium hot skillet, and let cook
till nice and golden brown (kinda like a pan-cake), then "flip" over and
brown the other side. Make sure both sides are buttered before browning.
Eat and enjoy.

One can put only the meat and cheese in the flip, and cook on both
sides till done. At this point, you can open it (even though the cheese
will be melted and make it hard to open up...it will open), place a layer
of shredded lettuce, slices of tomatoes, thin slices of bell peppers, and
a spread of mayo. Close up and serve. You don't want to put in the
lettuce, etc. till flip is done, for it will wilt and change flavor. This
is especially good on a smoked cured ham flip, or chicken, turkey flip.
Cut in half before serving. Good. Once you get this down, you can do a
million variations on "Flips". Only your imagination will control the out
come. Have fun and enjoy. Great with a side order of spanish rice and
re-fried beans, or just by itself. A very hearty meal.


Danny's BBQ

P.S. You can make a "combination flip" by adding a smear of refied beans
to the "empty side" of the tortilla before folding it over and cooking.
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