Cameron Stove Top Smoker Instructions


If you want to cook your food so that it gets a smoke flavor without adding any oils or fats, you can do that with a stovetop smoker such as the Cameron stovetop smoker. You can use a stovetop smoker on any type of heat source; the Cameron stovetop smoker is large enough to fit an entire chicken. Even larger items, like a turkey, can be smoked if you create a foil dome instead of using the smoker lid.

Things You'll Need

  • Wood chips
  • Put 1 to 2 tbsp. of wood chips in the center of the smoker base in a small pile. You can use a spoon to scoop the wood chips out of the container and into the base.

  • Lay the drip tray in the smoker base on top of the wood chips. Line it with foil if you want a speedy cleanup once you have finished using the smoker.

  • Insert the wire rack in the smoke base by placing it on top of the drip tray.

  • Arrange the food that you want to smoke on the wire rack. Meats, fish and vegetables are ideal for smoking in a Cameron stovetop smoker.

  • Slide on the lid to close it up and place the smoker on your stove, campfire or grill. You can use it on gas or electric stoves.

  • Use a "Medium" heat setting to get the best flavor with your food. Cooking time varies depending on what you are cooking.

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