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Roast Question

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I'm planning on smoking a sirloin tip roast today... soon, and I was wondering if I need to sear the roast before I smoke it?????
post #2 of 10
PDT_Armataz_01_33.gif no, just let the smoker do it's work PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #3 of 10
I would sear after smoking.
post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 
That's what I was thinking, I was thinking that this would hold in more of the juices, am I right ?
post #5 of 10
Not really going to make too much difference either way I would think., but if you smoke before searing you may get more smoke penetration, which is a good thing.
post #6 of 10
I would sear first or not at all...but then again...whatever makes you happy!

Two things...searing meat does not seal in the juices, and smoke does not lays on the surface.
post #7 of 10
No sear for Me...rubbed mine down with favorite the fridge overnight, on the smoker reached 150 F, foiled it.. till it reached 205 F. set in cooler for one hour..unwrapped and it fell apart..nice and pics so I guess it never happened.
post #8 of 10
So then, what's with a smoke ring? Isn't that a chemical reaction between the meat & the smoke?
post #9 of 10
The smoke ring is caused by A nitric acid build up in the SURFACE of meat.. Nitric acid is formed when nitrogen dioxide (a gas..not visible smoke) from wood combustion in smoke mixes with water in the meat. So yes...Basically it is a chemical reaction between the smoke and the meat. This reaction however is mostly tasteless discoloration, and really has nothing to do with smoke penetration...Smoke particulates (ash, soot, etc.) are much to big to penetrate the surface of meat..They lay on the surface....HTH
post #10 of 10
Cool! I just learned something newpoints.gif
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