Smokehouse Recipes

Quick Smokey Shrimp Kebabs

QUICK SMOKEY SHRIMP KEBABS Shrimp is always a favorite and when you add a touch of smoke it becomes even more special. Shrimp doesn't take much time at all in the smoker to absorb flavor. To make meal prep even quicker, use pre-cooked frozen shrimp for your next kebab extravaganza. Just be careful not to over-smoke or over-cook the shrimp. A few minutes in the smoker and a few minutes on the grill is all it takes for this visually impressively and tasty meal. INGREDIENTS: 1 pound pre-cooked, pre-cleaned shrimp 6 whole mushrooms 6 whole cherry tomatoes 2-3 cups chopped...

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Smoked Biltong

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SMOKED BILTONG Throughout the southern countries of Africa, Biltong reigns as the most popular way to preserve meats of any kind. Be it kudu, ostrich or beef, Biltong is a kind of jerky you just can't get enough of. Spices and seasonings vary slightly but this recipe uses signature flavors of coriander, black pepper and vinegar to replicate traditional Biltong. Although Biltong is almost always cut thick and air dried - sometimes in the open-air, sometimes in special "Biltong-boxes," - we are using hot smoke to preserve the meat in this recipe. This is more of a Biltong-inspired jerky recipe...

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Smoked Banana Walnut Fritters

SMOKED BANANA WALNUT FRITTERS The goal with using smoke as a layer of flavor for a sweet dish brings out more of an essence of smoke rather than that robust burst of smoke you may crave when smoking meats. Sometimes it's just like bringing a touch of outdoors, inside, when only a few smoked ingredients are added to a recipe. Imagine the smokiness that gets into the Dutch oven cinnamon rolls when enjoying them around a campfire. If you can't enjoy Smoked Banana Walnut Fritters in camp, bring the essence of the outdoors into the kitchen for this delightful treat....

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Smoked Rib & Bean Soup

SMOKED RIB & BEAN SOUP There are multiple ways to flavor the base of a bean soup. A leftover holiday ham bone, purchased smoked ham hocks, or a savory stock from a wild or store-bought turkey are just a few favorites. But if looking for an economical way to add richness and smoke flavor, try smoking up a small batch of ribs and a generous amount of onions and garlic to begin a hearty bean soup. Have your butcher cut up ribs into small portions to make them easier to serve. St. Louis style ribs are part of the spareribs...

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Smoked and Slow Cooked Wild Game Shanks

SMOKED AND SLOW COOKED WILD GAME SHANKS Wild game shanks, or lower leg muscles, are some of the tastiest parts of an animal. The key is not letting the looks of this cut intimidate you and using the proper cooking method. Slow cooking in a crock pot is the key to breaking down all the connective tissues in the shanks, resulting in tender, pull-apart, flavorful meat that can be used in virtually any recipe. Smoking the shanks for a few hours prior to slow cooking adds even more to the final product and it smells amazing while cooking. Pictured here,...

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