Stuffed Rolled Mince Log
February 7, 2015
- Prep: 20 mins
- Cook: 4 hrs 30 mins
4 hrs 30 mins
4 hrs 50 mins
- Yields: 4 - 6
1In a large bowl combine and mix the ingredients well (except veggies, mushrooms, bacon cheese and BBQ sauce).
2On a flat surface or baking tray lay down a sheet of aluminium foil and cover with cooking oil or spray.
3Take your mince mixture and cover the area evenly, either using the palms of your hands or a rolling pin.
1Vertically layer your stuffing accordingly in strips. Bacon, veggies, mushrooms. Continue to do so until the length is full. On top of that horizontally layer strips of the mozzarella cheese and finally add the BBQ sauce.
1Carefully start to roll your mince into a log. In order to avoid combining the foil with the mince roll as far as you can until it looks like the foil will combine with the next roll. At that stage peel back the foil from the rolled portion and continue to do so until complete.
1Once your roll is completed layer the remaining bacon strips and roll again until the strips encircle the log. Once done add a strip of BBQ sauce on top.
Into The Cooker
1You have 2 choices here. You can roll the log in aluminium foil or as I enjoy using the drippings for gravy place it on a silicon baking basket for 4.5 hours on high.
1When done remove and let stand for 15 minutes. Skim the fat from the drippings and in a bowl add 2 tbsp of flour, salt/pepper and any desired herbs to taste. Stir until you have your gravy. Slice and serve.
Submitted by Wayne Frosch
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