Try some of these smoker recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet for your next cookout.
A smoker adds a smoky flavor to your food, different than a grill or oven. While using a smoker requires quite a bit of time and some patience, it’s worth it for the distinct flavor you can only get from a smoker. If you’re looking for something new to serve at your backyard cookout or tailgate, look no further than these smoker recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. From chicken to Southern-style briskets, you can serve up bold, smoky flavor.
10 Smoker Recipes for Your Next Cookout:
1. Apple-Smoked Lamb Shoulder – Lamb shoulder isn’t a common cut, but it’s worth the extra work with this recipe from Weber. The apple-smoked flavor seals in over five hours, leaving you with a great meal for your guests.
2. Smoked Brats – While grilled brats are a staple of Wisconsin summers, you can try smoking them with this simple recipe from Smoked ‘N Grilled. Mesquite wood chips add a smoky flavor to the cookout classic.
3. True Texas Brisket – Make a juicy and flavorful Texas-style brisket with this recipe from Fave Southern Recipes. Rub down the brisket with a classic rub recipe and smoke the meat for at least 13 hours for the perfect brisket.
5. Smoked Barbecue Pulled Chicken – This smoked chicken recipe from Dad With a Pan is perfect for making pulled chicken sandwiches and wraps. It’s also a great alternative to pulled pork.
7. Smoked Bacon Wrapped Chicken Breasts – Smoky flavor is the name of the game with this recipe from Food.com. The bacon wrapping keeps the chicken tender while soaking in the smoky flavor.
8. Applewood Smoked Turkey with Cider Bourbon Gravy – Whether it’s Thanksgiving or anytime of the year, the extra work is worth it for this recipe from How Sweet It Is. The smoky turkey paired with the cider bourbon gravy is the perfect flavor combination.
9. Dee’s Smoked Mac ‘N Cheese – You can smoke your side dishes, too! This recipe from Just a Pinch can be cooked right along with your brisket in the smoker. If not, you can also make the same recipe in the oven.
10. Oklahoma Joe’s Smoked Beans – The Grillin’ Fools spin on Oklahoma Joe’s smoked beans are another great side dish to make in the smoker. Throw all the ingredients in an aluminum foil pan and smoke for about an hour. That’s it!