Smoked Meat Recipes You Have To Try -

Smoked Meat Recipes You Have To Try

Three Smoked Meat Recipes

Incepted in the ancient era, the method of smoking meat is persisting. Thanks to the innovation in food preparation as the same are now transformed into a more advanced technique. The process of smoking follows slow cooking, which enhances the taste of the preparation further. Here are three easy smoked meat recipes that you can try at home.

Three Smoked Meat Recipes
Three Smoked Meat Recipes

Smoked Pork Tenderloin

Pork tenderloins: 2 (about 1 lb each)

Barbeque sauce: 1/4 cup

Butter: 6 tbsp

Salt: 1/4 cup (for brine)

Water: 2 cups (for brine)


Rinse the pork tenderloins and remove the silver skin properly. Now, pat-dry the meat and rub the barbeque sauce all over. Tie the tenderloins using a butcher string. In a smoker, add the tenderloins and smoke for at least 2 hours at 180 degrees. When the internal temperature hits 120, this step is done. Then cook for some more time in 400 degrees. When the internal temperature hits 160, this step is also done. Keep the meat aside and cover with a foil. Let it rest for 15 minutes and serve in your desired proportion.

Three Smoked Meat Recipes
Three Smoked Meat Recipes

Smoked Chicken Wings

Chicken wings: 1 kg

Salt: 3 tablespoons

Brown Sugar: 5 tablespoons

Corn Starch: 4 tablespoons

Butter: 6 tablespoons

Franks Red Hot: 1 cup

Beer: 18 ounces


Rinse the wings with cold water and cut into desired shapes. In a resealable bag, add the chicken, salt, brown sugar, beer, and half proportion of flanks red hot. Mix well and refrigerate overnight. When the meat is ready, remove it from the resealable bag and pat dry the excess juices. In a large bowl, add the chicken, remaining rub and baking powder. Now, place the chicken wings in the grill grate to let it smoke for at least 30 minutes at 150 degrees. Adjust the smoker to 350 degrees and cook for another 45 minutes. In another pan, add butter, rub, beer and brown sugar. Cook this mixture over low heat until it reduces by half. Remove the wings and toss with this sauce. Place it on the grill again and let cook for another 15 minutes. Serve the crispy hot wings immediately.

Smoked Bacon Candy

Thick Cut Bacon: 1 lb

Brown sugar: 1/2 cup

Maple syrup: 1/2 cup


This recipe represents the tangy and sweet taste that we find in candies. Now, in a small bowl, add the brown sugar, maple syrup and mix well. In another bowl, place the bacon and add the sauce to coat all over. Place the slices of bacon in the smoker to cook for an hour at 225 degrees. Do not forget to flip them after a few minutes. You can brush more maple syrup in this process to enhance the taste further. Checking the meat condition and smoking accordingly is the most appropriate way to get the desired taste and texture. When the bacon gets deep brown, and the texture is crisp, check using a tong. After the slices of bacon are smoked, let them rest for at least ten minutes before serving. You can refrigerate these bacon candies for a couple of days too.

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