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DJ BBQ is going to show you how to make the “Bacon Fire Bomb”

This isn’t some ordinary Bacon Bomb, the is the Bacon FIRE Bomb. Need I say more….

Christian Stevenson aka DJ BBQ who cooks up some amazing hunks of meat on his massive smoker and barbecue in this radonculous series!

Via – JamieOliver.Com


3lb mince pork
3lb streaky bacon strips
BBQ sauce
1 x large onion
1 x yellow pepper
1 x green pepper
1 x red pepper
1 jalapeno
Couple of mushrooms
1 x red chilli
Dice all the vegetables into small cubes and put it in a large bowl. Cut up the chilli and add it to the vegetable mix remove the seeds if you don’t want the heat.
Marinade – pork rub:
Crushed black pepper
8 – 10 cloves
4 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons salt
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons onion powder
Pinch of red chilli flakes
1 tablespoon ground cumin
Dash of smoked paprika
2 tablespoons coriander powder
Put all these spices together in a bowl and mix well.


Roll out the mince pork into a rectangle shape and make it an inch thick. Sprinkle the pork rub onto the mince pork rectangle. Add the vegetables and spread it evenly on the pork rectangle.

Next drizzle some BBQ sauce on the pork/veg rectangle and roll up the pork mince slowly from one end

Using the bacon strips to create a bacon lattice to wrap around the mince pork roll. Lay out the bacon strips in a cross weave shape on wax paper. When the bacon weave is done, slap it onto the pork loaf and peel off the wax paper. Make a second bacon weave for the back of the pork loaf so that it completely protected.

Place the bacon mince pork loaf on a smoker or kettle BBQ and cook it for 3 hours. Drizzle some more BBQ sauce onto the bacon bomb on the last hour of cooking. Spread the sauce all over the bacon bomb with a brush.


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