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Stainless Steel Barbecue (BBQ) Smoker Box £3.50 @ B&Q
Stainless Steel Barbecue (BBQ) Smoker Box £3.50 @ B&Q

Stainless Steel Barbecue (BBQ) Smoker Box £3.50 @ B&Q

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I thought I'd try out barbecuing meat with a smokey flavour, by using a smoker box, this seems a sensible price for a stainless steel box.

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Blooma Smoker Box, Pack of 1
Product code: 5052931144808
Compatible with charcoal and gas barbecues

You'll need a barbecue with a lid.

I'm a cheapskate so I've bought some Applewood smoking chips from Poundland.
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I'm going to follow David's advice on Amazon:
"5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully smoked salmon in 20 mins including warm up time, 21 May 2016
By David

This review is from: Barbecue Wood Chip BBQ Smoker Box
Used on a Weber gas BBQ. I started with soaked chips but it took 30 mins to heat up and start smoking. I read an challenge to the wet chip method - only the surface wets and they will only smoke (burn) when dry so why bother wetting? I tried dry chips and bingo! Beautifully smoked salmon in 20 mins including warm up time."

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Even at a fiver it was a good deal TBH!

I still think real charcoal is the best, but each to their own.

deany76

I still think real charcoal is the best, but each to their own.



Smoke wise it is slightly preferable however, I think most people would agree the faff of getting the coals just right to cook on and then realising they have run out before you finished cooking your meat is quite frustrating.

smoking has been banned in pubic places
what the L
Edited by: "cburns" 19th Jul 2016

Very cheap I paid a tenner for one recently good deal have sum heat

The salmon sounds lovely.

Good deal. In a pinch make a parcel out of tin foil with the wood chips in and slash it a few times.

Good find! shame there are none in S.E. Essex

Duelling Duck

Good deal. In a pinch make a parcel out of tin foil with the wood chips … Good deal. In a pinch make a parcel out of tin foil with the wood chips in and slash it a few times.


Agree with this sentiment. I do the same thing and just poke holes, though these are more environmentally friendly I suppose and the price is pretty good!
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