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Old 12-26-2007, 09:44 PM     #1
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smoked yellowtail

I have heard that the rib/belly meat of yellowtail is best smoked. What is the best combo of chips and heat source for this. Any seasonings? How would it be to smoke along with salmon using cedar?
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:04 AM     #2
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The yellowtail steaks are good to smoke as well...I use a blend of soy sauce 2 cups, vinegar 1 cup, black pepper, crushed garlic, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 2 bayleafs, 1/2 cup 7up, for the marinade.........soaked 1 hour to overnight....using hickory chips....I don't smoke any longer than 3 hours...to make a spicy sweet batch 1 hour before removing I mix red pepper flakes in some honey and I brush this on a few pieces.........ummmmmmm soooooo gooooooood!
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Old 12-27-2007, 05:28 AM     #3
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Hey Joe, at what temp in the smoker????????????????????????????

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Old 12-27-2007, 07:58 AM     #4
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I only do for a short time so med-hi on the heat... I don't have a gage on mine....
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Ed, I do mine on my Big Green Egg using Alder wood for smoke at 225 deg. Depending on the size of the fillets they usually take a couple of hours.
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Old 12-27-2007, 08:48 AM     #6
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Tor, what's a big green egg?
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It is a ceramic grill/smoker that they have been using in Japan for a very long time. They have had them in this country since right after WWII. Big Green Egg is a brand name, there are other companies that make them, but the eggs are the best by far. A guy gave me one because he didn't like it, I played with it for a while and now I don't know how I survived without one. You have to use "lump" charcoal not briquettes. You can dial in the exact temperature you want and it will hold it. When I smoke pork butts (pork shoulder roasts) to make pulled pork I set it at 250 for 18-20 hours on one batch of charcoal!! Here are a couple of links, be careful its addicting.


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Thanx!
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Hey Tor, How much do those smokers cost? I want one!
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Here you go Joey.

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