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Racks of lamb on a Char-Broil Electric Smoker

SandyWood

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I wanted to see what my Char-Broil can do for some racks of lamb. I've noticed that many folks on this forum cook theirs at higher temps than my unit goes. Many of the recipes also sear the ribs at the end of smoking as well. I've been looking at all the recipes here and man they look fantastic!

I wonder if anyone has just done some on a plain old electric smoker and had success with that. I'm thinking I should just get the Weber kettle out and do it the old way.
 

TNJAKE

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These are my last ones. I did them hot.

I've done them low at 225° until IT was about 115 then reverse sear. Both ways are delicious
 

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Good Lord I can’t imagine a rack of lamb coming out bad, as long as it’s rare to med rare!
I don’t care how you cook it. Lamb is so expensive here we only buy it when we win the lottery!
Al
 

SandyWood

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These are my last ones. I did them hot.

I've done them low at 225° until IT was about 115 then reverse sear. Both ways are delicious
Thanks for the info. This is a good starting point for me!
 

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