Get Smokin’ Good Meat
Smoking meat gives it the incredible flavor and texture that all meat-lovers crave. Our top-of-the-line smokers provide the delicious flavor you crave from the comfort of home. Look no further than PS Seasoning for ways to enhance your smoked meat and check out our smokers for sale!
WHAT MAKES A GOOD SMOKER?
When you’re looking for a meat smoker, you want to get the highest quality and the most bang for your buck. A good meat smoker is going to have the following attributes:
- Well-sealed with enamel for protection from the elements
- Able to hold a consistent temperature
- Large enough cooking space to fit your meat smoking needs
- Easy to use
ARE MEAT SMOKERS WORTH IT?
While you can use a grill as a home smoker, having a dedicated smoker has its advantages. Grills won’t have as much space as smokers so there are limitations on what you can smoke. It’s much more difficult to maintain a consistent temperature on a smoker grill, and in general, both electric & charcoal smokers produce more flavorful meat. So are professional smokers worth it? For meat aficionados they certainly are.
HOW LONG DOES SMOKING MEAT TAKE?
The amount of time it takes to smoke meat depends on a few things. The type of meat, its thickness, and the temperature of the BBQ smoker are all factors. The average smoking time is 6-8 hours, although it can range anywhere from 1-22 hours.
WHAT IS THE EASIEST MEAT TO SMOKE?
If you’re just getting started smoking your meat, you may be looking for easy meats to smoke as you dip your toe into this exciting new way of cooking. Meats with lots of collagen and fats are the easiest to smoke.
Keep things simple with these delicious meats:
DO YOU KEEP ADDING WOOD CHIPS WHEN SMOKING?
Wood chips can enhance the smokey flavor of your meat, and adding new wood chips as the meat continues to cook ensures that flavor comes through in every bite. There may not be set guidelines on when to add more wood chips, but a good rule of thumb is to add more every five hours or whenever the smoke thins.
HOW LONG CAN YOU KEEP SMOKED MEET?
After you smoke all that meat, you may not be able to eat it all in one sitting. But don’t worry about any food going to waste. The meat can be kept in the refrigerator for about 4 days and can last up to three months in the freezer.
Does Smoking Meat Actually Cook It?
Technically, no. In a smoker, it’s not the smoke itself that cooks the meat. The smoke is simply what gives it that tasty flavor. The internal temperature of the smoker cooks the meat low and slow. In a charcoal smoker, the flame cooks the meat, but in an electric smoker, it’s cooked through convection.
Does Smoking Meat Preserve It?
The way we smoke meat today evolved from old methods of preserving foods. Before refrigeration, smoking foods extended their shelf life. Smoking removes excess moisture while providing and enhancing natural flavors. Plus, the smoke coming from the smoker itself keeps bugs away from the meat, meaning there won’t be any bacteria growth.
Electric Vs. Charcoal Smokers?
So what is the best meat smoker? Well, in reality, choosing an electric or charcoal grill is a matter of personal preference. Electric smokers are an ideal choice for beginners or anyone who doesn’t want to deal with the mess of a charcoal grill. Another bonus is your electric smoker can run effortlessly while you go about your day without worrying about having to check on it or check the temperature. Electric smokers produce less smoke than charcoal, and you’ll never run out of fuel since it runs on electricity.
Meat Smoker Accessories
The last thing you need before you can start smoking is some professional meat smoker accessories and equipment. Whether you have an electric or charcoal smoker, PS Seasoning has the supplies you need for delicious smoked meat.
- Wood pellets
- Sawdust pan
Get ready to get cooking with PS Seasoning’s professional-grade electric smokers for sale. Serve mouthwatering smoked meat every time and delight everyone’s tastebuds.
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