How To Use Wood Chips To Smoke On A Gas Grill,Camper Plans,Diy Cube Storage - Review

18.05.2015
For those of you who like a nice smoky flavor to your barbecue, but who don’t have a smoker at home, we’ve got a little tutorial on smoking on a gas grill.
Before you decide to smoke, there are a couple things to consider before you bust out the wood chips. Now, there are two ways to go about smoking on a gas grill, with many varying opinions on which method is the best. To use these, you just fill them with soaked chips and set it on the edge of the grill, where the warming plate attaches. Next, place a big handful (about a cup, for most recipes) of wood chips on a large sheet of tin foil. If you are using wood chips, which I used, you need to create a bunch of foil wood chip packets. The first time I made a smoked pork shoulder, I read that it was important to soak the wood chips for at least an hour before putting them on the grill. But then after talking to some BBQ enthusiasts and checking out this great article, Mythbusting: Do I Have To Soak My Wood, I was enlightened that it was in fact, a myth. The foil packet of wood chips should be placed directly in front of the water pan, directly on the flavorizer bar(s). At Weber, we pride ourselves on two things: making grills that last and providing a lifetime of excellent customer service. Some of today’s gas grills come equipped with a metal smoker box that sits on top of a dedicated burner.


If your gas grill doesn’t have a dedicated smoker box, you can purchase a heavy-gauge stainless steel smoker box to sit right on top of your cooking grate. If cooking for less than half an hour, the smoke won’t have time to really penetrate the meat, so you’ll have more luck with some liquid smoke.
The pricier method requires that you go to a store, like Home Depot or Lowe’s, to purchase what’s called a ‘smoker box.’ These are boxes specifically made to smoke on a gas grill. I just moved into my new condo with free natural gas, purchased my new BBQ last weekend and now I have something worthy to try on it! The metal will conduct the heat of your grill to the soaked wood chips you pile inside the box. Here’s how: Place drained wood chips in a foil pan, cover with aluminum foil, and poke holes in the foil to allow the smoke to escape.
There's one I use in my Brinkmann electric smoker, and something a little different that works very nicely in my gas grill, for whenever I want to add some smoke flavor to my grilled foods. My Electric Smoker Wood Chip Pan In the electric smoker I have I use a plain old tin can, the size that holds 15 or 16 ounces. If you’re not comfortable smoking, start with less wood and figure out what proportions work best for you, your grill, and your recipe. Once you’ve got the pouch made, poke some holes in the bottom to allow the smoke to escape during grilling.
Once the grill is warmed up and the smoke pouch starts smokin’, place the meat over the burner where you placed the foil pouch. I just got a propane smoker this year, I will have to give this whole pulled pork thing a try.


While you’re cooking, try to keep the lid closed as much as possible to allow the smoke to really circulate all around the meat.
When the wood chips have burned out, you can simply open the lid and add more, if you like. You can also try fruit woods, like cherry and apple.  Read up on the different types of wood here. Cook the meat for its usual grilling time and use a meat thermometer to ensure that the meat has reached the correct internal temperature. When smoke appears, begin cooking your food, adjusting the temperature of the grill as needed. If it falls over, the lid prevents wood from falling out onto the element, where it could ignite, getting ashes on the food. When the heat on the grill reaches and stays steady at 225°, place the pork shoulder on the side of the grill opposite the heat source and close the lid.
And if it ever rusts out, or the lid breaks off, all I need to do is eat another can of beans! Gas Grill Smokerwood Pan This one actually cost something, but not much.



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