Are you looking for new smoker recipes for your ribs, brisket and chicken? Maybe you’re new at smoking meat and a little unsure of the process, looking for some helpful tips.
Or maybe you just licked your fingers clean after inhaling that platter of mouthwatering, tender, smoky ribs and thought to yourself...
“I want to know how to smoke meat like that!”.
When cooking chicken, salmon, beef or pork, it's important to know the best seasonings and smoking process for that particular type of meat. To know that poultry is always better if brined before smoking, and that beef and pork needs to be seasoned more heavily than you'd think are just a couple of things that you'll learn from the recipes here.
The four recipes you see below were all cooked in my new cooker, a Char-Broil propane smoker that I picked up recently. After working out the best way to use it, it's been doing a great job.
Lately I've been smoking a lot of chicken and beef, my favorite being the Santa Maria tri-tip that came out of the smoker a couple weeks ago. It was some of the best beef I've ever eaten!
Many years ago when I first tried smoking meat, it didn't turn out well at all. It was pork chops cooked in a homemade smoker, and they were so bad my dog wouldn't eat 'em! I used way too many wood chips, thinking the more smoke, the better. Those chops were almost black in color and had a strong creosote taste from smoker-wood not burning hot enough.
when my education started. By reading books and chatting with people who always seemed to make great smoked food, I improved my skills and started having successes.
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Smoker Cooking has plenty to offer! You'll find great smoker recipes for meats, seafood, poultry, dry rubs and barbecue sauces. Buying a smoker? You'll find an overview of all types of meat smokers, with tips on how to choose the right one.
You'll learn how to use a smoker, and techniques for smoking ribs, brisket, chicken, turkey and salmon. You'll even find dry rub recipes to season it up, and barbecue sauce recipes to slather it down.
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