How To Make Smoke Meat?

How do you make smoked meat at home?


  • Place 1 brisket fat down in a pan.
  • Brine 2 days in the refrigerator.
  • Remove the meat from the brine and rub the meat with 4 tablespoons pickling spices.
  • Place the meat in a smoker for 2 hours with maple wood chips.
  • Remove from the smoker and place in a pan with 2 cups of water.

How do you smoke meat?

Smoking Meat Week: Smoking 101 –

How do you smoke meat without drying it out?

Here are 9 tips for how to smoke meat without drying it out:

  1. Always Use a Dry Rub with Salt.
  2. Use Room Temperature Meats.
  3. Know Your Meat.
  4. Consider Your Cooking Times.
  5. Control the Temperature.
  6. Don’t Use Too Much Smoke.
  7. Keep the Lid Closed.
  8. Spray Meat Throughout the Cook.

How long does it take to smoke meat?

On average, you will need 6 to 8 hours, but brisket can take up to 22 hours. When smoking, some cooks will follow the “3-2-1 rule.” The first 3 hours the meat is left to smoke; then the meat is wrapped in aluminum foil for the next 2 hours so the interior of the meat cooks properly.