Smokehouse Recipes

Mimi Moto Taco Soup

The Mimi Moto is a forced air gasifier stove. By gasifying wood instead of burning it directly (like on an open fire) the extracted gasses burn as a nice, clean flame. Smokehouse BBQ Pellets make an ideal fuel for this set-up and one-pot meals make for easy clean-up. Taco Soup takes all the flavors a taco offers and eliminates the need for counter space from the equation. Easy to vary for your liking, the protein can be made from any kind of ground or chopped meat to a vegetarian protein like tempeh or tofu.  MIMI MOTO TACO SOUP INGREDIENTS: 1-2...

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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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Teriyaki Fried Rice on the Mimi Moto

The Smokehouse Mimi Moto is a portable wood-fired camp stove. It produces up to 20,000 BTU's of heat, has low carbon monoxide and particulate matter emissions and is optimized for many cooking tasks. Whether camping with minimal equipment or surviving on a power outage on your back porch, the Mimi Moto is a great piece of equipment that can get food cooked up quickly. Although many different pans can be used on the Mimi Moto, we prefer one-pot recipes, as this allows for efficiency and very little clean up. If all your ingredients are chopped up ahead of time, this...

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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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Whole Smoked Trout or Kokanee, Wet & Dry Brine

When it comes to smoking fish, you can't go wrong with the Little Chief Smoker or Big Chief Smoker. These smokers keep the fish at a constant temperature without the worry of heat fluctuation that may cause the fish to "cook" instead of "smoke." The Smokehouse Gas Smoker will also smoke fish at lower temperatures but must be monitored more to keep temperatures low. The temperature gauge located in the door of the gas smoker, makes checking temperatures very easy. Once you have smoked a few batches of food, it's easy to regulate temperatures and find the sweet spot on...

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