How to make an easy stove-top smoker

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Being a huge fan of “the smoke” when it comes to that certain flavor profile adds, I found a quick way to add it to many foods we make. Here’s an easy way to infuse your foods with some smokey goodness.

  1. Take a heavy pan (Cast Iron preferred) and line the bottom with aluminum foil
  2. Add in whatever type of wood chips you prefer (i.e. alder, hickory etc.)
  3. Place a steamer basket above the chips
  4. Add the ingredients to be smoked on top of the basket
  5. After you add the ingredients, cover over with another layer of foil and then place the lid
  6. Smoke until you get the desired amount of smokiness

 


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