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1.25 Lb Honeysuckle Sweet Italian turkey sausage links (you could use their 1lb Mild Italian Turkey Sausage Roll but my grocery only carries the links)

1 Lb turkey thigh bacon

1 package steam in bag spinach

1 medium onion or 1.5 cups frozen chopped onions (I HATE chopping onions)

2Tbsp minced garlic

2Tbsp vegetable spread

 

In a medium sized skillet over medium heat melt the spread and add onions and garlic, saute till the onions just start to brown

Add ~2 cups of the frozen spinach to pan and heat till mostly dry (the steam in bag type has much less water with it than the block type so it works better for this type of preparation, no need to wait forever for the excess water to boil off)

Create weave with bacon (this took all but 2 strips for me)

Remove sausage filling from casing and place into 1 gallon freezer bag, flatten to ~ 1/4 in thick filling the bag

Cut freezer bag and place turkey sausage sheet onto bacon weave

Transfer filling from pan to sausage sheet

Roll weave and sheet over filling

Cook in Kamado at ~350F for ~45 minute, internal temperature should be around 170F

 

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  • 3 years later...

Afidel, just trIed this one.  Couldn’t find 1.25 pounds, so had to get 2 packages of pounders in link form ( good thing as I forgot the in laws were coming over).  Used a little extra onion, garlic, & spinach to make up for it.  Cooked indirect at 350 as well with drip pan under.  Took two hours for this baby to hit 165 on the Smoke Gateway.  My 11 year old was stuffing his face so fast he couldn’t be bothered to use a fork.  He also mistakenly ate spinach (very sneaky).  Not having any luck uploading pics tonight.  Keep getting errors.  Will post when it is working.  But great recipe!

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