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post #41 of 62
I've got a batch in the smoker right now along with some almonds! I'm salivating already, but they still have another hour to go!
post #42 of 62
Everything turned out great!



post #43 of 62

These photos are spectacular!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cheers! - Leah

post #44 of 62

I took the Driedstick Pretzels to the extreme, Look at all the goodies I smoked, the Cheeze Balls were Awsome.

 

 

post #45 of 62
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Originally Posted by mwdean View Post
 

I took the Driedstick Pretzels to the extreme, Look at all the goodies I smoked, the Cheeze Balls were Awsome.

 

 

WOW That looks great very nice 

post #46 of 62
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Originally Posted by Chad Martinell View Post

Everything turned out great!



Them sure look yummy  glad you liked them 

post #47 of 62

Made up a batch of these today.  They are tasty.  But I had a problem keeping my temperature down.  I finally got it figured out and could keep the temp at about 190-200.

 


Edited by FritzMonroe - 2/23/14 at 12:44pm
post #48 of 62
Thread Starter 
Time to smoke some more of these!
post #49 of 62

I was just thinking of the same DS  I have a whole fridge of cheese I need to smoke up also. Good luck and let us know how it turns out. 

 

DS

post #50 of 62

That would be a great thing to smoke in my Cabinet as I smoke something else . . .:drool

 

Besides , the cabinet doesn't get any bad smoke  , unless I really fowl it up... th_dunno-1[1].gif 

post #51 of 62

My wife has been making those for years but just dries them in the oven, even then they are great. NOW, I have to try the smoker route.

Great post...great gift idea. Homemade is special in my book!

post #52 of 62
Decided to give em a go, also figured since I had the smoker going I would do some peanuts.

2 trays of this recipe pretzels (sub popcorn oil in place of the olive oil, 1/4 cup)
1 tray of this recipe on peanuts
1 tray ranch peanuts
1 tray srircha peanuts (had to broil to dry out, got a bit crisp)



Srircha peanuts were the winner, all the others are good but they turned out awesome for a last second addition. Dumped a healthy portion of srircha in a bag with peanuts, also a good splash of soy and shook to coat. Broiled in toaster oven to dry then smoker for 1.5 hours with all the rest.
post #53 of 62
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by nrdk View Post

Decided to give em a go, also figured since I had the smoker going I would do some peanuts.

2 trays of this recipe pretzels (sub popcorn oil in place of the olive oil, 1/4 cup)
1 tray of this recipe on peanuts
1 tray ranch peanuts
1 tray srircha peanuts (had to broil to dry out, got a bit crisp)



Srircha peanuts were the winner, all the others are good but they turned out awesome for a last second addition. Dumped a healthy portion of srircha in a bag with peanuts, also a good splash of soy and shook to coat. Broiled in toaster oven to dry then smoker for 1.5 hours with all the rest.

Tasty pile of smoked goodies! If you liked the Sriracha nuts give this recipe a try.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/96021/spicy-and-sweet-smoked-nuts

post #54 of 62
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post
 

Tasty pile of smoked goodies! If you liked the Sriracha nuts give this recipe a try.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/96021/spicy-and-sweet-smoked-nuts

Already been bookmarked and next on my list, just didn't have the materials this time around as peanuts were a last second addition. After all, who wants only a half filled smoker? 

post #55 of 62

Looks great!! Nice job. 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker

 

DS

post #56 of 62

Awesome, smoked pretzels, never woulda thunkt it.  Gotta figure out smoked beer to go with 'em :33:

Thanks for sharing DS !

post #57 of 62
Thread Starter 
A holiday bump. These pretzels are great as a gift or appetizer! @driedstick
post #58 of 62

I made these last week.  Told my wife to pick up a bag of pretzels and went to work.  We do like things a little spicy and I added a "bit" more cayenne pepper.  Smoked'em for about two hours and let them cool down.  They were a little hotter than I thought they would be and then I looked at the pretzel bag.  9 oz bag.  Almost half of what I thought I had.

They lasted almost four days.

post #59 of 62

This is a great recipe! I made 3 lbs today, I give all homemade snacks to the guys that work in my department. 

 

They will be getting:

Homemade Pierogi

Smoked Cheese

Homemade Hot Chili Powder (super HOT this year)

Bag of Pretzels

post #60 of 62
Thread Starter 
Hmmm, think it's time to make some more of these!
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