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Cold Smoked Dill Pickles.

SFLsmkr1

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I did these way back when we lived in Savannah, GA
Try em

I will explain how i cold smoked them

First a small or medium jar of dill pickles (or any type of pickles you like)

Pour pickle juice into a separate container (save it)

Slice pickles lengthwise.
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Cold smoke with whatever wood you like. I did these with hickory.

I did some cheese with the pickles. Cheese was above the pickles.
I had a bowl of water to the bradley rack so the pickles would not get too dry.

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When the amount of cold smoke you like is finished let the pickles rest for an hour at room temp.
Place picles back in the jar (you may need a larger jar as you sliced the pickles) Add the pickle juice back in the jar. The juice will pick up the smoke.

Enjoy
 

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I just baught a bunch of cheese I'm getting ready to do. Im gonna have to give this a go when i do the cheese. Do they need to sit a couple days in the fridge for the pickle brine to pick up the smoke?
 

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Yes a couple days in the fridge so the juice will pick up the smoke.

I also did cold smoked bananas, you gotta eat those within a day
 

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I have never thought about smoked pickles???? I'm sure thinking about it now :)
I'd love to try one.
 

TNJAKE

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Bet that smokey pickle brine would be a tasty marinade/brine for some chicken after you finish off the pickles
 

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Yeah i bet it would be good for chicken
 

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