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Smoked Burger Yeah First TIme!

post #1 of 22
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I was searching around last weekend on something new to put on the UDS, after some research on here Smoking some burgers was the evening event, and let me tell you if you have not attempted this yet stop what your doing and get the smoker going lol.. This was a real treat about 2hr 15mins between 240-255 temp, we will be doing more this holiday weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 22
That's some great lookin burgers .... Love a smoked burger.... Also try a reverse sear on them burgers when ya get a chance ! They are great that way too ! icon14.gif
post #3 of 22

Thumbs Up Burgers look good! 

 

Curious.... is that a pretzel bun you're using? Haven't tried one yet.

 

 

btw.....:welcome1: to SMF!

post #4 of 22
We love smoked burgers. What bun are you using?
post #5 of 22

 

Looks great man!  :drool  I love a good smoked burger & you seem to have done a fine job!  Thumbs Up

post #6 of 22
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

That's some great lookin burgers .... Love a smoked burger.... Also try a reverse sear on them burgers when ya get a chance ! They are great that way too ! icon14.gif


I will have to do that this weekend, that was the only thing it was missing compared to the grill was incredibly tasty burger

post #7 of 22
Thread Starter 

Thanks guys! actually it was just some fresh rolls but the lighting makes them darker, we have done pretzel rolls before when grilling they were good.

post #8 of 22
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Originally Posted by czorr View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

That's some great lookin burgers .... Love a smoked burger.... Also try a reverse sear on them burgers when ya get a chance ! They are great that way too ! icon14.gif


I will have to do that this weekend, that was the only thing it was missing compared to the grill was incredibly tasty burger

Oh, don't get me wrong.... Fantastic job on them burgers.... I'd eat a bunch of them for sure... Smoking them is awesome as ya found... The reverse sear just adds a little twist to it all... Again, great job on them burgers ! sausage.gif
post #9 of 22

So Very Fun! Smoked burgers are divine! Cheers! - Leah

post #10 of 22

Good job !!!   smoked burgers are great, Smoked anything is great !!!!

 

 

Gary S

post #11 of 22
Looks good. I did some a couple weeks ago with hickory for smoke.
post #12 of 22

 Also try a reverse sear on them burgers when ya get a chance !

 

 

Having a moment here....reverse sear?

post #13 of 22
Thread Starter 

Thanks All, these have become a new favorite in our home..

post #14 of 22

Those are ridiculous!  Man I can't believe I haven't thought of that!  That looks absolutely fantastic.....look at that smoke ring!!!

 

:drool

 

Brilliant!

post #15 of 22

After today's hopefully successful bottom round roast, this is my next smoke project..  Holy smoke, that ring makes me want to lick my monitor!

post #16 of 22
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Originally Posted by Toesmasher View Post
 

 Also try a reverse sear on them burgers when ya get a chance !

 

 

Having a moment here....reverse sear?

Reverse sear is where you smoke something (burger, steak, etc) then finish it off on an open flame to create sear/grill marks

post #17 of 22

Those look great. Heard about doing them,  now after seeing those it is something I'll try soon.

post #18 of 22

Very interesting!!!

 

I will have to try it for sure!

 

Ed

post #19 of 22

Great looking burgers! The last time I smoked some burgers it was for chili. I wanted to use up some of the massive amount of ground venison I had. I made out big patties with the venison burger. Smoked the patties, then crumbled them into the chili. AMAZING. It took the chili from "solid" to amazing.

post #20 of 22

Those burgers look great.  How big are the burgers?  I've smoked them before, but they seem to get done within about 45 minutes.  How did you smoke them that long?  Mine were around a half pound.  I was cooking at a similar temperature as you.  

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