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First Shot At Smoked Eggs

post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 

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I was about to be done with the smoker when I remembered to throw some eggs on.

 

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I'm not sure how long they were in there, but they seem to have turned out ok.  After they cooled off, I just threw them in the fridge for later.

post #2 of 15

When you bread em open.... take pics.... never had smoked/baked eggs before... interesting...   Dave

post #3 of 15

Dont mean to sound like a smart @$$, but you did hard broil and de shell them before you put in smoker.

post #4 of 15

I do smoked Eggs a lot. I put them in an area where it is 225*f or so and leave them there for 2-1//2hrs.,light smokiness and color to them,and thet're great for Salads(Egg,Potato,etc.). A good space filler for the Smoking Grate.

post #5 of 15
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Originally Posted by oldschoolbbq View Post

I do smoked Eggs a lot. I put them in an area where it is 225*f or so and leave them there for 2-1//2hrs.,light smokiness and color to them,and thet're great for Salads(Egg,Potato,etc.). A good space filler for the Smoking Grate.



So the eggs are raw when you put them in the smoker ???  Dave

 

post #6 of 15

I have made them before and I steam or hardboil and peel before adding smoke, they make a fantastic deviled egg, make a bunch cause they don't last long.

post #7 of 15

I steam my eggs also, they come out better than broiling them.

 

Hard broiled smoked eggs

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Smoked pickled eggs

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post #8 of 15

Sounds good, I'll have to give it a try!

post #9 of 15

Def on my next smoking to-do list

post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 

They were raw when I put them on.  I'm pretty sure they are fully cooked.  I tried spinning them and shaking them, so they seem pretty solid.

post #11 of 15

I use to make a lot of smoked eggs but for some reason haven't lately. They don't get as strong of a smoke flavor as I am wanting so I was going to shell them and cold smoke a bunch. You can put them in the smoker raw and the shell will get brown and the inside will have a slight color and slight smoke flavor. If you want a stronger smoke flavor I think shelling and cold smoking would be the way to go. At least that is what I am planning on trying. I was going to do some smoked/pickled eggs like Nepas. They have always sounded good to me.

post #12 of 15
Thread Starter 

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This was to show how brown the shell got compared to a raw egg.

 

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Shelled and ready to eat!

 

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There was only a very slight smoke flavor to the egg.  I think you are right about cold smoking hard boiled & de-shelled eggs if you are interested in a stronger smoke flavor.

post #13 of 15
Still looks pretty good. but then again I just love eggs period lol
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by Dj Mishima View Post

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This was to show how brown the shell got compared to a raw egg.

 

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Shelled and ready to eat!

 

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There was only a very slight smoke flavor to the egg.  I think you are right about cold smoking hard boiled & de-shelled eggs if you are interested in a stronger smoke flavor.


Those are some great shots to give people and idea of how much color they get. Its pretty cool how brown they get.

 

post #15 of 15

Those eggs look delicous. I'm going to have to give them a try.

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