Feeling a bit…empty inside?
Something seems to be missing.
That’s because your life as a BBQ enthusiast is incomplete.
Sorry to pull out the dramatics here. But, boring cookout recipes is a serious issue affecting 1 in 4 households in this country.
Why? Because these guys haven’t tried these delicious Masterbuilt Electric Smokehouse smoker recipes!
If you own an electric smoker and have become a bit ‘burnt out’ (pun intended) on the same old thing, you’re suffering from boring recipe syndrome.
Wait a second. You DON’T HAVE A SMOKEHOUSE YET??!
Look, your smokehouse is capable of truly great things. So, why settle for mediocrity when using it for cookouts?
When most people think of an electric smoker, they think of smoked meats. What typically comes to mind is smoked beef, pork, chicken, or venison.
However, you can smoke many different foods in your electric smoker to create delicious and unique dishes that will leave you and your guests drooling and wishing for more.
Today, we share a few irresistible Masterbuilt Electric Smokehouse smoker recipes that you will most definitely want to try!
What are you waiting for? Let’s get smoking!
That is the best way to describe this delicious recipe for smoked cabbage. This is a simple electric smoker recipe that utilizes garlic (yesss), butter (oh yesss), and bacon (YAAAAS!)
If you like cabbage and smoked foods, you have to try this recipe. You won’t regret it! It has a great flavor, and it adds some diversity to your smoked foods menu.
Baked salmon is alright, grilled salmon is great, but smoked salmon is best!
One of the best parts about smoking salmon is that it does not take very long because it is not a thick cut of meat. As a result, the smoking process occurs more quickly. Smoked salmon is great on its own as an entree or on top of a hardy salad with fresh veggies and a delicious salad dressing. Give smoked salmon a try if you like seafood and smoked foods.
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Did you know you can make your own jerky in your smoker? If you have never tried it, you have to give it a try.
You will need to allow about 5 to 6 hours of smoking time in order to prepare great jerky, but the end result is worth the investment of time. You can get a delicious smoked jerky flavor by using cherry and/or apple wood chips. If you would like to have a slight bacon flavor, you can also use hickory wood chips. If you prefer a blend of flavors, try using a mix of different wood chips for a complex and delicious flavor profile in your jerky.
Veggies are okay on their own.
But, wrapping them in pork fat just makes them so much more edible!
This recipe calls for good old asparagus wrapped in delicious bacon. Talk about scrumptious smoked flavor! This recipe is pretty quick to prepare- the asparagus wrapped bacon typically only needs to smoke for approximately 35-45 minutes. Another great thing about this recipe is that it is versatile. It can also be prepared on the grill instead of in your electric smoker if you are looking to mix it out and use your grill instead of your smoker.
This recipe comes courtesy of Chris Mark’s website, The Good One Smoker. Be sure to also check out his personal blog (http://three-little-pigs-bbq.com/) for even more recipes and expert advice!
We hope you enjoyed these Masterbuilt Electric smokehouse smoker recipes.
You should have enough recipes here (and in the last Masterbuilt Electric smokehouse smoker recipes post) to keep your cookouts from getting too boring for at least one summer.