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Old 11-24-2008, 11:12 AM   #1
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what to use for a fatty

I saw fatty's with sausage on here, can you use ground beef also
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Old 11-24-2008, 11:23 AM   #2
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The short answer is yes! The longer answer is, if you have it and want to try it on it's own, or mixed with just about anything else that you have that you like to eat, then a fatty is the perfect way to mix things up.

I d them with mixed meats burger, ground chicken or turkey, with or without sausage, wrapped in bacon or not, with different cheeses, different peppers, different rubs and sauced or left plain.

The fatty is one of the best leftover meals too, as long as you didn't eat soup!

For filling with whatever is in the fridge and is cooked or raw, and you think may work well together, I've added roast potatoes and other veg to fattys, I didn't /ike the one I did with mashed potato in it, but that was down to them being a little lumpy and squidgy at the same time, it made things hard to roll and it didn't keep together well.
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thanks SoEzzy, just wanting to try different thing and keep learnin', think I'll throw a couple on the next cook
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I rolled one with deli ham and cheese last week and boy was it good.
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