People everywhere love the delectable taste of smoked meat, and thanks to the convenience of today’s propane smoker, anyone can prepare delicious smoked foods in the privacy of their own homes. A propane smoker is the ideal device for many people who enjoy the distinctive flavor of smoked foods and who love preparing a variety of meals with a smoker; but want a fast and convenient way to do it.
A propane smoker uses different kinds of wood chips, such as mesquite, hickory or oak to flavor meals in a distinct and delectable way. Each type of wood used creates a new flavor for your food. Your charcoal grill will soon become your second favorite way to barbeque once you get used to the flavor of mesquite or hickory smoked meat.
Propane Smokers – Portable and Convenient
The number one reason why a propane smoker is the most common and the most popular type of smoker found in homes today is that the propane smoker is portable and convenient. A propane smoker can easily go from your kitchen stove top to your backyard grill to your vacation camp site.
The fuel for the propane smoker is provided by an attached propane tank.
Propane tanks are readily available and a reliable source of fuel. There is no fear of a power outage with a propane smoker. Electric smokers, caught in a power outage, will shut down and possibly spoil the meat in the process.
A typical propane smoker features a heavy door with convenient interior grids which hold the meat, poultry or fish in place while it is being smoked. With the convenient door opening to the propane smoker you can easily add needed water or wood while your food is being smoked. The door opening makes it easy to check the status of your food without releasing any of the smoke or changing the temperature of the smoker.
People everywhere love the delectable taste of smoked meat, and thanks to the convenience of today’s propane smoker, anyone can prepare delicious smoked foods in the privacy of their own homes
The propane smoker comes in a variety of styles, models and price ranges. A basic propane smoker, ideal for the typical family cookout, ranges from $150 to $200. If you are interested in an upgrade, and don’t mind paying a little more for your propane smoker you can choose a larger model or pick a propane smoker with a popular cast iron smoke box attachment, or even one with a porcelain water pan.
Whichever propane smoker you choose, once you are able to make meats, poultry, seafood and other dishes with that distinctive smoked flavor, your cooking will never be the same again!