Smokehouse Recipes

Smoking Salts in the Little Chief

There are several ways to add smoked flavors to foods without actually smoking it. The key is finding out what seasonings, herbs and foods will take on that transfers and compliments a dish. Salt, being one of the most important, and certainly most common flavorings, is a great seasoning to start with. Salt picks up smoke at a variety of levels, adding just a hint of flavor or a robust blast, depending on the type of wood and smoking time. SMOKING SALTS IN THE LITTLE CHIEF SMOKER To err on the side of caution, try smoking small batches of salt...

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Smoked Fish Tacos

Looking for something new to try with the fresh or frozen salmon? Combine the deep flavors of smoked salmon with a street taco punch. Keep the mess out of the kitchen and get the Smokehouse Gas Smoker going, rain or shine. If for some reason you end up with leftovers, crumble the fish and make a tasty salmon cake to top with avocado cream and fresh salsa. SMOKED FISH TACOS INGREDIENTS: 1 Pound Salmon Fillet 1 TSP. Chili Powder 1/2 TSP. Granulated Garlic 1/2 TSP. Granulated Onion 1/2 TSP. Salt 1/4 TSP. Coriander 1/4 TSP. Black Pepper Juice of 1/2...

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Smoked Stuffed Meatloaf

Meatloaf can be made in many shapes and sizes and seasoned with endless varieties of ingredients. Adding an interesting stuffing in the middle only makes a great meatloaf better. Smoking meatloaf in a free form shape works well because there's more surface area exposed to absorb smoke flavors. This recipe can be cooked to perfection in the Smokehouse Wide Gas Smoker Cooker.  Smoked Stuffed Meatloaf: Ingredients: 1.5 Pounds of Ground Beef * 1/2 Cup Onion, Minced 4 Cloves Garlic, Minced 1 Egg 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce  1/4 Cup ketchup 2 Tablespoons Fresh Basil, Chopped 1 Teaspoon Dry Mustard 1/2 Teaspoon...

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Smoked Whiskey Cocktails

Whether you spell it whisky (Scotland) or whiskey (USA/Ireland), adding a little smoke to it will make just about any cocktail more interesting. To amp up the smoke flavors, virtually any ingredient can be smoked prior to creating a unique cocktail. Adding smoke to water for smoked ice cubes is a great way to bring smokiness to non-alcoholic drinks as well.  Cold Smoke Directions:  Fill Smokehouse Smoke Chief with Smokehouse Apple Pellets. Set up the Smoke Chief in a grill or smoker so that is blows smoke into the unit when the lid or door is closed. Place liquid ingredients...

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