Smoked Recipes
Searching for a recipe that uses a smoker or barbecue? Get inspired with our collection of recipes for your smoker or barbecue.

Alabama Pulled Pig

Recipe by: Robert McWilliams
Best if cooking is started the day before serving. Boston butt is the easiest to make on a small scale. Use a shoulder or a whole shoulder (which is a shoulder plus the Boston butt) for larger crowds. The sauce skimmed off the top is very, very hot and can also be used to make terribly hot chicken wings.
 

Alder Plank Smoked Salmon

Recipe by: Smokin' Ron
This smoked salmon derives its flavor from Alder wood planks. I get these planks at the local lumber yard. Be sure you tell whoever helps you that you are cooking salmon on the wood so that you do not get any creosote wood or other treated wood. Also, make sure you know what plank size will fit in your smoker before you go to get the wood. This salmon will come out very moist and smoky, so be prepared for some of the best smoked fish you've ever eaten!
 

Basic Brine for Smoking Meat

Recipe by: Smokin' Ron
This is a very basic brine recipe for preparing meats and fish for smoking. Add any personal taste preferences to the brine for additional flavor enhancement. I like to add white wine, soy sauce and various herbs and spices. Anything that you like will work, so experiment at will.
 

BBQ Corn

Recipe by: Doug Kacsir
If you don't have a smoker already, you might consider the purchase for this recipe, because this tasty corn is that good. And then all you'll need is un-husked corn, ice and a quart of beer.
 

Bill's Smoked BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Recipe by: WHATS HIS FACE
These are to die for ribs you will want to serve to guests, to show off your cooking ability.
 

Honey Smoked Turkey

Recipe by: ABAYIFO
Sweet and light, this is the easiest way to cook a big bird! It will be the best turkey you have ever had. The breast is moist and juicy, and the honey makes a great thin sauce. I hope you enjoy it as much as my friends and family do when I make it. I never have any leftovers! Enjoy!
 
Pork butt receives a vigorous, spicy rubdown, then is slowly smoked until tender. The meat is then pulled and simmered in a piquant vinegar sauce.
 

Smoked Pork Butt

Recipe by: Smokin' Ron
We love pulled BBQ pork sandwiches at our house, so we make this every few weeks. The pork just shreds apart after its done, and the smoky flavor is incredible. It's best to brine the meat overnight to help it retain moisture during smoking, but it's not necessary. There's a basic brine recipe on this site titled 'Basic Brine for Smoking' if you want to brine the pork. I like to rub the pork before I smoke it with a very spicy dry rub that I usually make up each time, so that it's always different. Also, I use apple wood chips because we like the sweet, fruity flavor they yield. When it's done, shred it apart, heat up your favorite sauce and slather some on a bun. Authentic pit barbecue right in your own house!
 
This is a sure-fired winner with any beef lover. It takes a little while to prepare, so be patient, but trust me, you will love this. The recipe yields the most tender and flavorful meat imaginable, and also has great eye appeal.
 

Smoked Turkey

Recipe by: Glenn
Here's a straightforward method for preparing turkey in a smoker!