Flavorful and tender smoked tri-tip made easy with stovetop smoker, experiment with different types of wood for best flavors.
We love firing up the grill to cook the new beef cuts that have become available in recent years, but it's possible to achieve that perfect sear on the stovetop, too. Here's how.
3 lbs cleaned/peeled shrimp, 3 tbsp olive oil, desired seasoning (old bay? c of hickory chips for 20 min or until pink. May need to make in 2 batches.
Tender and Juicy Wood-Smoked Tri-Tip Cooked in Stovetop Smoker.
This is a Cameron Stovetop Smoker recipe that we modified a bit to get a crispier outer layer by broiling at the end of smoking. It’s a healthier way to eat meatloaf as the fats will drain off.