Adding wood chips or chunks to your kettle grill is a great and easy way to heighten the flavor profile on your grill. Watch as Chef Jason, Ace's Grilling Expert, show you how to add a punch of flavor when you add wood chips to a Weber Kettle Grill.
Wood Chips Info
- Today we are using apple chips. Apple chips add a smooth, mellow and easy smoke flavor to any recipe you want.
- Wood chips are designed to give you a burst of finishing smoke, and are a quick and easy way to add more flavor to your cooks.
- You can leave them dry to get the true flavor of the wood out.
- Adding moisture can muddy the flavors adding wood steam instead of wood smoke.
- Once your fire is established you can get grilling.
- Lift up the grate or use a hinged part of the grate to add chips to achieve the desired smoke.
- Less is more when it comes to woodchips, a sprinkling is just enough.
- You can either direct or indirect cook using wood chips
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Published on 1/6/2023
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