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Monday, November 16, 2009

Spicy Smoked Garlic Chipotle Pork Buns

Kind of a long title. :)
I used some of the garlic chipotle pork I smoked not long ago.....






Made a batch of dough by

disolving 1 pkg of yeast in 1 1/4 cup of warm water

add 2 TBS of oil

2 tsp of sugar

1 tsp salt



then add 2 cups of regular flour... mix well





add another 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 cups of flour to make the dough easy to handle

knead for 5 minutes in the bowl, cover and let it rise for 1 hour.


After rising the dough is ready to use...



I shredded the spicy smoked pork....




added some hot Q sauce...



I roll out a bit of the dough, top with the spicy smoked pork, pinch the dough closed...







then brushed with butter and topped with chopped onions....






baked til golden...


they were really tasty...




The hot dough and the spicy smoked pork were great together. I wrapped a few to freeze for a quick meal. :)



18 comments:

A Year on the Grill said...

ingenious, I love this, and will be making soon

Rocco said...

looks like a winner to me CG !

cowgirl said...

Thanks A Year on the Grill! I know yours will be wonderful. :)

cowgirl said...

Hi Rocco, how have you been?
Thanks!! :)

Becky said...

Yum yum!!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Becky! Good to see ya. :)

Fr. Spike said...

I do believe you just made country dimsum.

By all means, carry on.

Big Dude said...

Very nice - sure wish I'd here looked earlier as this is bread baking day for Bev and we had the meat to make them with - oh well next time. I love meat pie thingies.

cowgirl said...

lol Fr. Spike, that sounds like a good name for it. Thank you! :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Big Dude! I bet the aroma of fresh bread in your house is wonderful! :)

marc said...

Nice butt, good looking buns. If I could think of any innuendo for either garlic and chipotle I would toss that in there too!

Looks wonderful and I am sure the taste even surpassed the looks.

dressers said...

This is a winner for me! Thanks for sharing! This is something I would like to try!

BBQMemphis said...

Hey Cowgirl looks awesome.

What temp did you cook them at and how long?

cowgirl said...

lol marc, thanks!

cowgirl said...

Thank you Dressers, They are easy to make and the fillings are endless. Hope you give them a try! :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you BBQMemphis!
These take about 25 to 30 minutes at 350 degrees. I just keep an eye on them and let them get light golden.
Hope they work out well for you! :)

Chris said...

You are a *$(# genius!

You should just call these "Cowgirl's Spicy Buns" :) ;)

cowgirl said...

lol Chris, sounds like another good name. :)

Thank you!!