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Kamado Joe Dutch Oven Brunswick Stew

John Setzler

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Well folks, here's the finished product to go along with the teaser photo I posted earlier this week.  I can't tell you how AWESOME this recipe is.  The barbecue sauce and rub choices you use to make this will change the flavor profile, so be sure to use sauces and rubs that you really like!


Kamado Joe Dutch Oven Brunswick Stew
1 pound of pulled pork bbq, pre cooked
1 pound of pulled chicken, pre cooked
1 28oz can crushed tomatoes
1 14oz can chicken broth
3 medium red potatoes, diced
1 medium yellow onion, chopped
1 12oz bag frozen cut okra
1 12oz bag frozen baby lima beans
1 12oz bag frozen whole kernel corn
1 18oz bottle of your favorite bbq sauce
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon of your favorite BBQ rub
1 teaspoon salt
Preheat your grill to 275°F and set up for indirect cooking.  Combine all the ingredients in a 6 quart dutch oven and mix thoroughly.  Place the dutch oven on the preheated grill and let simmer for about an hour.  After an hour, remove the lid and stir to mix well.  Taste test to see if you need any additional salt.  Replace the lid and let simmer for another 1 to 2 hours.  Remove the dutch oven from the grill and let cool with the lid on for 20 minutes or so and serve!
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I really look forward to your video cooks John and this one, featuring a Brunswick Stew just tickles my fancy. I mean whoever heard of a Brunswick Stew for breakfast, but If I had a bowl of that right now, it would be my breakfast. Outstanding, Sir - Kudos to you.

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