5 Awesome Smoked Recipes For Your Masterbuilt Smoker
Masterbuilt electric smokers combine the best of outdoor cooking with the latest in modern technology and engineering. Quality construction, high-grade metal parts, and a variety of digital temperature PID controllers give Masterbuilt smokers an edge over most other consumer brands.
If you just started using a masterbuilt smoker for the first time, your favorite smoked recipes are about to get a real boost. Easy to operate and maintain, your masterbuilt smoker will infuse your meats with the aroma of natural wood chips, while sealing in enough moisture to keep your cuts of beef, pork, poultry or fish tender and juicy.
Whether you’re using wifi smoker like the Masterbuilt 30” inch with Bluetooth, or something more conventional such as the analog Cookmaster 30” inch, you’ll taste the Masterbuilt difference.
Try these smoked recipes out for fun!
Smoked Boston Pork Butt Recipe
Delicious smoked pork butt boston rstyle takes considerable time to prep and cook. You’ll need a good 18 hours to do this smoked boston pork butt recipe justice, but it’s worth every minute.
Preheat your masterbuilt smoker to 225 – 250 degrees fahrenheit before placing your pork butts inside. Use an internal thermometer to check for an internal temperature between 190 – 200 degrees fahrenheit. A digital controller with a timer or programmable thermometer will help ensure you don’t overheat or overcook your pork butts as well.
Normally, you can expect to spend about 10 -11 hours on this recipe, but you can probably get it done in about 6-7 hours in a masterbuilt electric smoker because of the quality heat retention. You’ll need a cooking chamber large enough to accommodate a whole turkey.
Follow the instructions in your user manual for preseasoning your masterbuilt smoker before you start cooking with it. Preseasoning is an important step that helps remove any factory residue from inside the cooking chamber.
Always preheat your masterbuilt smoker to the desired temperature for 20 -30 mn before adding your meat.
Avoid covering the cooking racks with foil. The aluminum foil paper actually prevents heat circulating evenly, and can cause inconsistent temperatures during the cooking process.
The temperature gauge on your masterbuilt smoker is usually a few degrees higher or lower than the actual temperature inside. Use a second internal thermometer that can be calibrated to ensure you’re getting the right reading.
Use your masterbuilt smoker for low and slow smoking. The key is to give your food the time it needs to absorb the flavors and cook through evenly. Smoking meat can take anywhere from 3 – 22 hours.
Don’t overheat your food. 160 – 225 degrees is the appropriate range for producing the right amount of smoke and moisture in your smoked dishes.