Smoked ice

Discussion in 'Links to Free Recipes' started by ahakohda, Jul 24, 2014.

  1. 1) First, freeze a football-sized chunk of ice in a Tupperware container. Slide that frozen slab into a perforated, disposable aluminum grill pan and place that pan over a second, unspotted pan.

    2) Stick ’em both in your smoker, or use a shut grill with a foil pouch of smoking woodchips inside. (We chose hickory chips to make our Texas bourbon taste like a San Antonio barbecue pit.)

    3) Throw lawn darts for a couple of hours as the melting ice seeps into the non-perforated pan below.

    4) Finally, refreeze that infused water in an ice-cube tray.

    Boom: smoke-soaked blocks that make your whiskey or Bloody Mary richer, smoother, and the envy of your brunch crew.

    https://www.yahoo.com/food/how-to-make-smoked-ice-yes-its-a-thing-91975429268.html
     
  2. Have done this and love them in my Old Fashions and Negronis!!

    Scott
     
  3. Sounds great in a bloody mary.  Would compliment the smokey flavor from my Alaska Smoked Salmon Vodka.

     
  4. arubaariba

    arubaariba Fire Starter

    My plans for Saturday.  Then the cubes can go into my bloody marys on Sunday for the Packers-Bears game! Go Pack Go!!!!
     
  5. atomicsmoke

    atomicsmoke Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Liquismoke ice cubs would do the trick. Probably more expensive than your idea.
     
  6. yvonne

    yvonne Newbie

    Nice technique making smoked Ice. Definitely going to try it.  
     
  7. luce

    luce Newbie

    Couldn't you just smoke the water?  Is there really a need to pre-freeze?  Just put the water in a pan with a couple holes above a pan without them.
     
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2016
  8. mr t 59874

    mr t 59874 Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    The ice will collect more smoke particles than the warmer water.

    If ice cubes were used rather than a block, more surface area would be exposed to the smoke in less time.

    I find that by using a handheld smoker, smoke flavor can easily be infused into any liquid in a much shorter amount of time with less effort.

    T
     
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2016

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