• Mikey

The Tulsa Torpedo

Updated: Oct 30

Moderation isn't a term associated with the Tulsa Torpedo. This devilishly delicious smoked treat is enough to kick off any backyard party. The only way to adequately describe a Tulsa Torpedo is as a pork-based meatloaf on steroids with rich notes that you will dream about for weeks to come.


Making a Tulsa Torpedo is pretty straightforward. Just follow these simple steps below to be a backyard hero.


Step 1: Lay a 3-foot sheet of aluminum foil on the counter, the narrow end towards you, with a few inches hanging over the edge.


Step 2: Spread 2 to 2.5 lbs of breakfast sausage on the foil and evenly create a 12-inch square. You should have an even thickness and have left a border of exposed foil on each side.


Step 3: Spread the cheese evenly on top in a single layer. Cut the ends off the Polish sausages and run the sausage link lengthwise from end to end on top of the breakfast sausage rectangle 2 inches from the edge.


Step 4: Roll the breakfast sausage rectangle one turn over the Polish sausage. Gently pat the roll using the foil to give it a smooth texture.

Step 5: Now, chop your hotlinks into small cubes. Then spread the cubed hot links over the remaining breakfast sausage. Ensure to leave yourself a 1-inch border at each edge.

Step 6: Finish rolling the breakfast sausage log, removing the foil as you complete the log. Use the foil, pat to even out texture, and refrigerate the log until firm.


Step 7: Now to build the bacon weave to wrap the log. See Illustration Below.