Smoke-cooking is a healthy way to infuse flavor without the use of fats, salts or oils.
The Cameron's stovetop smoker allows you to hot-smoke food right in your kitchen. The process retains moisture and natural cooking flavors so foods don't dry out or get tough. If you keep your heat setting at Medium or lower, expect about the same amount of smoke as from any other pot on your stovetop. And you can also use it as a steamer.
For smoking in a regular barbecue grill, use the larger wood chips, about a handful at a time, according to the instructions below. The wood-chip smoker box helps contain the chips, and is most useful with ceramic briquettes.
Soak wood chips in water, or wine, for about 30 minutes before cooking. Drain the chips of excess water. Place them in the Smoker Box. Place the Smoker Box over the hot charcoal or briquettes. Close the barbecue cooker's top to keep in the resulting smoke.
And for year-round seasoning, add Liquid Smoke to your ingredients, or brush it on the food before cooking, or use it as a marinade.
Smokes food indoors, right on your stove. 15 in. long, 11 in. wide, 3.5 in. deep. Nonstick rack. Stainless body, drip tray and sliding lid. Includes 4 sample wood chip varieties: alder, cherry, hickory and oak. Dishwasher safe.Instructions