Smoke Can Instructions Recipe
1 hour of smoking time
- Choose a smoke can flavor:
- Hickory Lemon Basil Smoke Can
- Alder Orange Peel Smoke Can
- Mesquite Coffee Bean Smoke Can
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Smoke cans are best for quicker-cooking grilled fare like pork chops, pork tenderloin, beer-can chicken, chicken pieces, fish & shrimp, veggies, tofu, skewers & kabobs, or burgers. May be used more than once depending on grilling time. Not meant for all-day smoking projects.
Remove labels from top and side of can; do not remove lid from can. Place can directly on center of coals or over hottest part of the grill. The can will begin smoking through the hole in the lid within a few minutes. Once smoking, add protein or veggies and grill to desired doneness. Keep grill covered to maximize smoke flavor. The can will smoke for about an hour and will stop smoking when removed from heat. Remove from heat with grill tongs, as tin will be hot.
Pair different smoke can flavors with your favorite proteins and Savory seasonings each time you grill:
- Hickory Lemon Basil: Add a strong, tangy smoke flavor to pork, ribs, and root vegetables. Pairs well with: Barrier Reef Caribbean Style Seasoning, Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning, Bajan Seasoning
- Alder Orange Peel: Give salmon, shrimp, poultry, and squash a bright, sweet smoke flavor. Pairs well with: Pyramid Peak Lemon Pepper, California Citrus Rub, Long's Peak Pork Chop Spice
- Mesquite Coffee Bean: Infuse steaks, burgers, and mushrooms with a rich, smoky flavor. Pairs well with: Pike's Peak Butcher's Rub, Great Plains Bison & Beef Rub, Gourmet Santa Maria Sea Salted BBQ Rub
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