A collated list of smoker recipes. BBQ smoking is unlike any other type of meat cooking. Discover some excellent smoker recipes that will make your mouth water. From beef brisket to baby back ribs and turkey to smoked chicken using a beer can, we’ve got something here for every kind of meat lover. Loading…
If you love smoked meat, we’re sure that these wonderful recipes will be a delight to try. You’ll never want to cook your meats any other way after trying out these smoker recipes. So get ready for the best meals you’ve ever tasted!
Smoked Beef Cheeks (Slices, Tacos & Sandwiches)
Beef cheeks are an underrated gem of meat that goes perfect in tacos and sandwiches, or just plain on their own. These ‘low and slow’ smoked beef cheeks are rich in flavour and have a uniquely tender texture. Enjoy sliced or pulled as a simple smoked side dish, or as a taco filling. Check out this recipe from the online grill.
Pork Belly Burnt Ends
Pork Belly Burnt Ends are made by first cubing pork belly, then smoking it on low for some time before pouring the sauce over the meat. The same process is used for beef brisket burnt ends. If you need something to nosh on, here’s what I have for you. Pork belly is best because of the perfect ratio between meat and fat. Don’t eat these if your doctor has warned against it as well because they probably won’t be too good for you after a full session… Vindulge has a great recipe for these.
Brisket has become increasingly popular over the years, and for good reason. When prepared properly, brisket is DELICIOUS! However, it can be difficult to prepare as BBQ requires LOW and SLOW cooking times. If you’re willing to put in the time and effort to slow-smoke your brisket, it will reward you with its rich, hearty flavours. Be sure to try a variety of rubs and mops for the perfect mix of sweet and savoury! We love this recipe from Grillgirl, the ‘better than sex’ recipe.
This method will ensure that your meat is cooked evenly, ensuring it’s crisp and locks in beautiful smoked flavours. This method is a great way of giving you great ribs with pretty simple steps.
Some people are all for chicken, others tend to stick to beef! We love smoked chicken, but we don’t just stick it on the grill, there are a couple of other steps involved to get the best-smoked chicken. Taste Of Artisan has a great smoked chicken recipe.
Million-dollar smoked mac & cheese
When it comes to mac and cheese, you want it to be described as million-dollar right?! Richness is the name of the game, add in smokey flavours and you’ve got the million-dollar mac and cheese. BBQing with Nolands has put together an amazing recipe to absolutely smash your next BBQ.
Smoked Korean Chicken Wings
These wings do take a little bit of pre-planning for most people due to the number of ingredients needed, however, The Online Grill have said it’s pretty important to make sure you get as many of them as possible. These sticky Korean wings are awesome, with a perfect balance between spicy, sweet and of course smokey!
A little dessert break? Cinnamon rolls.
This Rhodes cinnamon rolls recipe with apple pie filling in the oven is great for breakfast or dessert! Do you like to make meat and veggie smoker recipes but are looking for something sweet at the end of your meal? Try this recipe from The Typical Mom.
Bacon-Wrapped Corn On The Cob
Bacon-wrapped smoked corn on the cob is a great family recipe because it completely eliminates any worry of oversalting and pairs perfectly with delicious smoked flavouring. You’ll be hooked from the moment you try this. The smoky flavour imparted on your bacon-wrapped corn will quickly have everyone asking for seconds.
The Urban Cow Girl Life has put together this awesome recipe on using up a variety of ingredients including chopped brisket! A little bit of grated cheese, jalapenos, cream cheese alongside the leftover brisket gives you the Texas Twinkie.
Smoked Corn Beef
Using a pellet grill to smoke Corned Beef is the best way to guarantee perfectly cooked corned beef every time. After making this corned beef you’ll want to serve it with some veggies & potatoes that’s for sure. Corned beef is pretty forgiving when it comes to smoking, it’s a great way to use a smoker and get a lot of meat, we all love leftovers right..
Smoked Beef Jerky
In this recipe from smoked meat Sunday, they’re going to teach you how to make perfect smoked jerky using a pellet smoker. It’s a little bit different to the other recipes we’ve listed in this post however it’s another little smoker recipe to try.
The best smoker recipes are the ones that make you drool! It’s hard to decide which of these smoked meat recipes we want to try first. Whether you’re looking for a hearty beef recipe or something sweet, there’s definitely a recipe here for everyone. So what do you think? Which of these recipes has caught your eye as something worth trying out this weekend? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to leave feedback on any other posts if they’ve helped with cooking up some great food. Thanks again for reading this post about our favourite BBQ smoking dishes – happy grilling (or smoking)!