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post #1 of 14
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I did 2 lbs. of Extra Sharp Cheddar this morning, each lb. cut into 3 sticks, total of 6 sticks.  I added a couple ice bricks, changed them out after 2 hours, total of 4 hour smoke, I put in 2 rows of dust, seems like each row takes about 2 hours to burn.   Of all the cheeses I did last time the runaway favorite with everyone in the family was the cheddar so that's why I did that exclusively.  I used the hickory again to duplicate the first.  Now, I can try others too.

 

Then...

 

I had a can of Red Salmon that I was going to make patties out of, but it described on the side for a Smoky Salmon dip to make... wellllll.... how about really smoking it instead of adding 4 drops of liquid smoke? 

 

The cheese coming out and starting the salmon:

 

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I spread it out with the fork, flaking it and picking out the bones and verebrae from it.  I'll post another pic when it's done.  I refilled the A-Maze-En Smoker with another two lines of dust (hmmm.. reminds me of the 60's... no.. wait.. I regress..!) in the chamber so it would keep smokin'.  I still have the icepacks inside but not that concerned on the salmon as to how high the temp gets, it will be refrigerated immediately once done, it's already precooked.

post #2 of 14

Well your cheese sounds really good there Pop's. Now I keep saying I have to try it. As for the salmon cakes should be good too.

post #3 of 14

As the man says---"Veeeerrrry Interesting".

 

 

I gotta hear how this Salmon turns out.

 

Pops, go easy on those "lines". This aint the sixties!

 

 

Bear

post #4 of 14

Hey Pops!!!

 

Looks like the ice trick made a difference.

 

Can you share the "Smoked Salmon Dip" recipe?

 

 

Looks Great!

 

 

 

Todd

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post #5 of 14

Let us know how the smoked canned salmon turns out.

 

You can name it "The Poor Man's Smoked Salmon"...

post #6 of 14
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It turned out very well!  Took pics and never finished, I apologize!  After smoking I picked out the bones and mixed with some diced onion, parsley, bread crumbs and an egg and fried to a golden brown for smoked salmon patties, they were delicious!

 

Spread out on a plate and smoked 2 hrs:

 

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Made into patties and coated with breadcrumbs laced with parmesan:

 

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And fried golden brown:

 

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in a dish for work; a package of hamburg rolls and some tartar sauce for great smoked salmon patty burgers!

 

 

 

post #7 of 14

Pops, those are outstanding. Got them on my list.

post #8 of 14

Good to see Pops tryin something new.  Looks good.

post #9 of 14

Pops rocks another recipe ( Wasnt that a candy in the 60's)

Great post Pops - love the recipe too

post #10 of 14

If you have any leftover smoked salmon, here is a good use for it.

 

MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.05
 
      Title: Smoked Salmon Pate
 Categories: Easy, Tested, Xmas
      Yield: 1 Sm bowl
 
      1 c  Crumbled smoked salmon
    1/4 ts Lemon juice
      1 tb Finely chopped onion
      4 oz Cream cheese - softened
    1/8 c  Mayonnaise
      6 ds Dill weed
 
  Sprinkle crumbled salmon with lemon juice.  Add onion and cream
  cheese. Mix together with a fork, then combine with the mayonnaise.
  Sprinkle with the dill weed and stir to incorporate into mixture.
 
  Serve on crackers.
 
  Can easily double or triple recipe for party.
 
  TESTED:  Very nice - good smoked  salmon flavor, spread nicely.
 
  Variation of recipe from:
  Best of the Best Alaska coobook
 
MMMMM
 
 

post #11 of 14

Pops,

 

 

Simply AWESOME !

 

 

Bear

post #12 of 14

i would liketo try smoking some cheese in my new smoker.The old smoker i had before used a propane burner like you have posted.this past winter i built a new and bigger smoker.bottom half block top half wood.i decided to use a different type of heat source.i got a pipe burner from Charles a. Hones in new york.it is rated at 45,000 btu's.

a gas valve and a setup for a thermostat also.i put a 60-250deg thermostat on it .insulated with insulation rated at 900deg.covered the inside with wood.i can now set it at the desired temp and the only time i go  outside is to check on the woodchips.i have an offset smoker i can use without giving off heat.i think that should be ideal for smoking cheese.how long  does it take to get a good smoke on cheese? Skygreenbud

post #13 of 14

I go for about 3 hours, but depends on how heavy the smoke is and how smkoey you like your cheese

 

Todd

No Creosote! A-Maze-N Smokers

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post #14 of 14

Feels like one of those "That 70's Show" flash backs..... all this talk about smoking and lines... lol.

 

Looks outstanding Pops! Will have to give those salmon cakes a shot, only fish my 10 yr. old likes is salmon.

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