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Using
The
Grill
Using
the Smoker
(continued):
Units
equipped
with
the optional Rotisserie
include a smoker/flavor
tray locat-
ed beneath the Infra-Red Rotis Burner.
After deciding which wood chips to use (see chart below),
soak them in water then place them into the tray. Light the
Smoker
(or Smoker/Grill
on Premier
Models)
and leave
on "high" setting for five (5) minutes.
This will initiate the
smoker and should be lowered to avoid burning the chips
too fast. Adjust to appropriate
cooking setting then place
the food on the grill.
Rotis Smoker Tray (not all models)
Keep the lid closed as much as possible will maximize
the smoking
effect.
To minimize
burn
potential
do not
remove
the
smoker
tray
when
hot.
The system
may be used alone for low temperature
roasting
and smoking
or in conjunction
with
other burners.
When using the smoker
system in conjunction
with the
optional rotisserie
burner you'll find it helpful to use the lowest settings
and stagger the meat away from the Smoker Tray.
ISmoker
Tray
The Tray can also be used for steaming
by filling
I
........
with water.
Smoker/Grill
Control
....
::_
(Prem er Mode s)
Wood
Chips:
There are many wood chips available for purchase
and selection is
.........
based on personal
taste. The most common
wood chips used are
mesquite or hickory. Mesquite has a sweeter taste and is commonly
used with poultry and seafood.
Hickory is best suited for red meats. Use of oak, cherry, maple,
aspen or apple is also common
while
aromatic
herbs like sage, bay leaves, thyme
or basil may
also be used.
Alder:
A medium,
tart smoke taste.
Superb on salmon
and other fish, chicken or game.
IVlaple.
Sweet, hearty smoke flavor.
Best with fish, jerky or bacon.
A light, sweet flavor.
Superb with poultry, ham or sausage.
Hickory:
Heavy smoke flavor.
Best with beef, pork or game.
Mesquite:
A light smoke flavor.
Best with fish, poultry or beef.
Oak:
Heavy smoke flavor.
Best with beef, lamb or pork.
Pecan:
A rich, sweet, versatile
flavor.
Can be used with anything.
Grapevine:
A strong smoke flavor.
Best with beef or poultry.
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Rev. 04/2005
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