Sometimes we don’t have time to take out your smoker and light up an entire load of charcoal to start a long smoking session, or you already have a great barbecue and just don’t want to invest the extra space and money in a complete smoker.
Maybe you just want to subtly flavor a meat cut and not give it the entire treatment.
Whatever might be your reason, BBQ smoking tubes are the solution that will add some extra flavor to your next grilled masterpiece and they cost a lot less than a completely new smoker, especially if you already have a grill. The main one is the fact that once you light it up, it doesn’t require any other heat source.
On top of that, it can produce smoke for at least five hours which works perfectly for hot and cold smoking.
Since it’s made out of stainless steel, it’s durable, lightweight, heat-resistant and anti-corrosive.
It is safe for repeated use and will never break, bend or rust. Their marketing states it’s built to last for unlimited uses and so far that has been true for me.
One end is closed and the other one is open so you can easily fill and refill but also keep the inside the tube while you light them.
How to use the Pellet Smoker Tube:
1. Hold it vertically and fill it up with your preferred wood pellets. Make sure you leave about an inch empty at the top of the tube.
2. Using a propane torch on the lowest setting, light the pellets through the open side for about 15 to 30 seconds until you see a small flame appear.
3. Wait for the pellets to burn well for about 5 to 10 minutes and then blow out the flame.
4. Place the smoker tube inside the grill and let it generate smoke for your meal, just make sure it has adequate ventilation.