Mayo! Will it BBQ?
Will it BBQ? Mayo!
In this segment we pose the question and the answer to Will it BBQ? So much more than just hamburgers, hot dogs, and other meats can be BBQ'd, Grilled, or Smoked. And, this is where we try out unique ideas for cooking on a grill or smoker. This week we are smoking Mayo and letting you know if it will BBQ or not!!
InstructionsWe tried two different techniques to smoke Mayo. First, we put some mayo in foil pans and placed them in the smoker at 200° for 15 minutes, then turned off the heat and let them continue to smoke for another 15 minutes to see if they would pick up smoke. Then we also put some mayo in pans and added a level teaspoon of hickory smoke powder to them to see if this would give us a different result.
So, Will it BBQ?
We didn’t really feel like just eating heaping spoonfuls of Mayo so we made some BLT’s and smeared the mayo on that. We toasted the bread and added some imitation bacon we had recently made, tomatoes, lettuce and some provolone cheese as well. The Mayo that we put in the smoker picked up a slightly bitter taste while the Hickory Smoke Powder had a nice smokey flavor but was still smooth. So I would say that they both BBQ but adding the Hickory Smoke Powder was a better (and easier) way to go about it!
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@rodneycaudill ok ok, y’all are convincing me. I will look more at the vacuum chamber. Thanks for y’alls input!
I bought a chamber vacmaster vp 120 from waltons over a year ago, and it works great. just don’t get nothing inside the bag where it seals the bag.
We’ll that was the first thing that came to mind the first batch i ever made. had a cold beer in hand and was sampling one and closed my eyes to savor the moment and the smoke aroma smelled just like i had a lit cigar in my mouth thus the term [meat cigars]