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Country Bob’s Meatballs aka SuperBalls

Prep Time10 minsCook Time1 hrTotal Time1 hr 10 mins

The Country Bob Boys are gearing up for the big game. So we figured we would cook a couple appetizers for our guys here at the plant.

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Country Bob's SuperBalls
 1 lb ground chuck (you may also want to add ¼ lb of ground sausage)
  cup bread crumbs
 ½ cup grated parmesan
 ½ cup shredded cheddar or cheddar mix
 ½ cup finely chopped onion
 1 egg
 ¼ cup Country Bob's Original Barbecue Sauce
 8 oz cubed pepper jack cheese
 Country Bob's Seasoning Salt to taste
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The Country Bob Boys are gearing up for the big game. So we figured we would cook a couple appetizers for our guys here at the plant. These Country Bob’s SuperBalls are sure to be a hit at your Game Day party.

Country Bob's SuperBalls
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Mix the SuperBalls: Place the ground chuck, (sausage if you choose), egg, parmesan, onion, grated cheddar, bread crumbs, and Country Bob's Original Barbecue Sauce into a large mixing bowl.

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Form the SuperBalls and add the pepper jack cheese cubes: Press the cheese into the center of the SuperBall and reform into a ball. Then dust them with Country Bob's Seasoning Salt.

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Toss the Superballs on the smoker (in our case Smokin Brother Pellet grill/smoker: Set up your smoker for cooking at about 250°F using your choice of wood. We used 100% Apple Pellets from Smokin Brothers.

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Brush on Country Bob's Original Barbecue Sauce for the last 5 mins or so.

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When the SuperBalls reach an internal temp of 160 °F, they are done. This take around an hour, you may want to check earlier to get a feel for how fast they are progressing.

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Serve and ENJOY!

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Other Options:
We wrapped a few in half slice of bacon and put a toothpick through them and call them PigSkins.

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