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    what a great use of left over pulled pork. ­čĺ» doing this soon

    That is a great use for leftover pulled pork! And bbq sauce in place of tomato sauce - brilliant!


      Yum! I've baked a regular lasagna on my smoker several times, HIGHLY recommended BTW, but never used solely pulled pork or brisket (what's leftover brisket?). Great idea.


        I've done it numerous times. I don't think I ever posted it here but I'll look back in the achieves. I've never done it with pulled pork or brisket, that might be interesting. What I have done is to first smoke Italian sausages to about half cooked so they take on the smoke flavor. Then pull the meat out of the casing, make a traditional lasagna and return it to bake in the smoker instead of my indoor oven. You don't want to over smoke it, just the first half hour or so then cover with foil. It's a change of pace and a bit more work but I've enjoyed it when I did it.

        That said, I still enjoy the heck out of more conventional methods as well. Check out differences in making it using a bolognaise type from Northern Italy versus a Sicilian type from the South. Night and day. Let us know how it turns out for you GG, will await your post !!


        • bbqLuv
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          Pics and recipes, Pics and recipes, PLZ
          TX U

        • Troutman
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          Don't have any pics of lasagna cooks. Like I said it's basic lasagna only I pre-smoke the meat and do the final bake in the smoker to pick up a bit of smokiness on top. I do all that while enjoying a PBR...or two...or three

        Great idea. This would be perfect for the pellet grill .


          PBR and smoked lasagna with leftover brisket, tossed salad, garlic bread. Who could ask for anything more?
          Spumoni ice cream?
          Last edited by bbqLuv; July 29, 2021, 09:53 AM.


            That sounds like a winner.


              Great link!


                I like that! I'm going to give it a try, but I'll have to use goat cheese so my wife can eat it too. We get a good smoked gouda goat cheese from Winco at a reasonable price.


                  I've used Huskee 's recipe for smoked lasagna for several years now. It's delicious! When I substitute smoked meat instead of the ground meats he uses, I bake it in the oven, though. Too much smokiness is not a good thing for lasagna, IMO.

                  Also, here's another Smoked Lasagna topic from 2015.

                  Not sure about BBQ sauce in lieu of marinara sauce, though. Might be too much of a good thing, my taste buds are thinking.

                  Last edited by fzxdoc; July 30, 2021, 08:06 AM.


                    Originally posted by Troutman View Post

                    That said, I still enjoy the heck out of more conventional methods as well. Check out differences in making it using a bolognaise type from Northern Italy versus a Sicilian type from the South. Night and day. Let us know how it turns out for you GG, will await your post !!
                    Milk Street's Ragu Bolognese Lasagna is off the charts delicious. It's made with a Parmesan Besciamella and some outstanding ragu bolognese sauce. You should give it a gander, Troutman . It's my family's fav lasagna, even beating out the smoked lasagna I make.

                    Milk Street Lasagna Bolognese made with their Parmesan Besciamella and their Ragu Bolognese . All recipes are free on their site at this time.



                    Why not? I've had BBQ chicken pizza many times.


                      Definitely a "why didn't I think of that" moment!



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