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Smoked Eggs Recipe
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Smoked Eggs Recipe

Did you know that you can smoke eggsSmoked eggs is a delicious dish if cooked properly. Just don't make this one crucial mistake.

Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time1 hr 20 mins
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Smoked Eggs
Servings: 1
Calories: 60kcal

Ingredients

  • 12

    Eggs

Instructions

  • A perfect way to do this is by trying another way to do BBQ: Smoked Eggs with that irresistible aroma and flavor of delicious food smoked with the aid of smoking BBQ wood chips and a good quality grill and smoker box.

  • First of all, you want to come as close as possible to cooking an egg to perfection.

  • Eggs should never be overdone, but they often are.

  • By examining an egg after boiling, you can determine whether or not it has been over-cooked.

  •  If you can see any green hues around the yolk, the egg is definitely overdone and will not have its full taste.

  • Because eggs that are smoked in their shells will have only a thin, lightly smoked taste, it is best to smoke eggs without their shells.

  • The best way to boil eggs is to place them in a pan and cover them with water.

  • Heat them on the stove until the water reaches the boiling point, and let them boil for seven minutes.

  • Then place the eggs in very cold water.

  • To make removing the egg shells easy, store the eggs in your fridge for one week before you boil them.

  • Take care to leave them boiling for only seven minutes to guard against the green tinged ring around the boiled yolk, which indicates overcooking and reduced flavor.

  • For best results, use a smoker that has a "cold" food smoking option.
  • When using an electric smoker, turn it on high heat for about 20 minutes or until you see good volumes of smoke.

  • At this point, turn the heat control off.

  • Dry wood chips are best for use with an electric smoker, and with good quality ventilation, these chips will keep smoking until they turn to embers.

  • With use of this type of electric smoker unit, you will not need to be concerned about using up your LP gas supply.

  • Since this smoker design is constructed with double walls, the heat stays in the unit's interior where it is generated.

  • You will smoke with the full capacity of hot temperature produced by the 1,500-watt heating element for your food smoking projects.

  • Just include the wood chips of your choice to get an authentic, thoroughly smoked BBQ aroma and enticing flavor.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Egg | Calories: 60kcal