Looking for the best of the best Masterbuilt smoker recipes? Whether you’re new to smoking or a seasoned pro- this list of ideas is for you. Yes you have certainly come to the right place for inspiration!
Did you know Masterbuilt smokers come in various types -- from charcoal and propane to analog and digital electric? That’s why this tool is by far the most popular! You can smoke so many meals such as poultry, beef, seafood, pork, wild game, vegetables, and even desserts.
For example you can try the Easy Smoked Whole Chicken if you’re a beginner because it’s fairly straightforward! If you want something a bit more adventurous, try the Brisket because it’s delicious and perfect for a crowd!
Yes, Masterbuilt smokers are designed to make the smoking process more convenient for everyone. One of their popular key features is their precise temperature control. This helps maintain a consistent temperature throughout the smoking process, resulting in evenly cooked and flavorful food. If this is sounding appealing to you, have a good look through this fabulous collection of Masterbuilt smoker recipes.
Easy and scrumptious smoked chicken wings in your Masterbuiltl smoker is what you need to try this summer. The simple dry rub combined with the heavenly crisp skin will have you jumping for joy. If you do Weight Watchers you are in luck because I have the point information! It is: MyWW green plan 9 points, blue plan 9 points, purple 9 points (all the points were calculated by putting the ingredients into the Weight Watchers app calculator). Smoking these chicken wings is easy too! They’re ready in just 2 hours from start to finish.
Masterbuilt smoker recipes are perfect on days like today where the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the pool is ready to go. Like these chicken quarters in your electric Masterbuilt smoker! They are delicious and easy, with a scrumptious rub and orange glaze! Chicken is just about the easiest meat to spice rub and smoke! Make your own spice rub with smoked paprika, chili powder, thyme, salt, garlic powder, pepper, and cumin- yum!
Like I was saying earlier, chicken is much easier to smoke than ribs or brisket! And these smoked chicken wings are no exception. The Masterbuilt smoker produces the best smoked meat too, like these wings that are packed with lots of spices and smoky flavor, before being tossed in a sweet brown sugar barbecue wing sauce! So grab some chicken wing pieces (flats and drumettes), hickory wood pellets, chips, spices, and store-bought or premade barbecue sauce. I like Sweet Baby Ray's Original!
Looking for Masterbuilt smoker recipes that are perfect for beginners? Try this smoked whole chicken recipe for your next big party. Whole chickens can come in many different sizes but expect to need 4-5 hours. Smoking chicken in Electric smoker will be your new favorite activity! Just make sure your chicken is smoked to an internal temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Then it will need time to rest. The bird will need to be placed breast side down on the smoker and periodically splashed with the marinade or barbeque sauce.
A perfectly smoked turkey with all the fixings is a true blessing at the table. The star of any special occasion and sure to be a hit. Baking a full turkey in the oven is a hassle and takes up the entire kitchen! That’s where your Masterbuilt smoker comes to save the day. Make sure your bird is fully thawed before brining it a day or two ahead of time for best results. What is brining anyhow? Well it is the technique of soaking the meat in a mix of water, salt, and other flavorings resulting in a more tender result.
Masterbuilt smoker recipes like Brisket are excellent for Fall! Imagine cooler nights, an Autumn breeze, and stargazing at a tailgate! You need some juicy, flavorful beef brisket in your hand and a drink in the other. With this Masterbuilt smoker method your brisket is never dry and tough! A professional grade smokehouse machine that delivers quality results every time like the Masterbuilt MES 340|G is the size you need to serve a crowd.
Smoked Pork Tenderloin in your Masterbuilt Smoker will change your life forever. With my Masterbuilt 30 inch Smokehouse, 4 rack, I had the best pork I’ve ever tasted. Here is what you need to do: grab 2 pork tenderloins, dried and with the silver skin removed. Then dry rub with whatever rub you want. For example, a mix of salt, pepper, smoked paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, ground coriander, ground cumin, and a good drizzle of olive oil. After the rub just smoke at 225 for 2 hours with applewood smoke and beer in the water bowl - yum! \
This Smoked Pulled Pork Recipe is easy yet scrumptious with the most tender meat ever. Use pork butt because it has a higher fat percentage which means you get more flavorful results! You can serve the pulled pork on your favorite bread to make sandwiches! Top it with your favorite condiments or make tacos! Key ingredients include: pork butt, yellow mustard, salt, black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, apple cider vinegar, and water.
For this Smoked Steak and Cowboy Dippin' Butter in the Masterbuilt Electric Smoker you will first sear the steak with the Grill Gun! What do you need for the Cowboy Dippin' Butter? All you need is 1 stick melted butter, 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley, ¼ teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes, ¾ teaspoon dried oregano, ⅛ of a lemon & zest, ⅛ teaspoon dried cayenne powder, and J.M. Thomason Porterhouse Steak Rub. It’s absolutely delicious when served up with this smoked steak.
This cocoa-coffee rubbed smoked Ribeye recipe in the Masterbuilt Electric Smoker is melt in your mouth delicious! Just smoke it to perfection before finishing it off in a super hot cast iron skillet for that heaven sent sear referred to as the Maillard reaction. Ingredients needed include: 1 1.5 lb or larger NY Strip Steak, 1 teaspoon finely ground coffee, 1 teaspoon Chipotle powder, ¼ teaspoon cumin, 1 teaspoon cocoa powder, ¼ teaspoon salt, ¼ teaspoon dried garlic, and 2 tablespoon duck fat. The duck fat withstands very high heat and adds a remarkable flavor.
11. Armadillo Eggs
Masterbuilt smoker recipes like Smoked Armadillo Eggs will burst with flavor in your mouth! They actually aren’t even eggs- they’re jalapeno poppers wrapped in sausage meat that’s also wrapped in bacon. The flavor blend of spicy peppers, gooey cheese, and crispy bacon is a foodie lovers’ dream! When you’re choosing the right jalapeños it’s best to get the bigger ones because they can hold more cream cheese and filling! For the ground sausage the breakfast kind tastes great and you can get mild, spicy, or even honey garlic.
How to Make the VIRAL TikTok Smoked Queso Dip! This cheesy snack is fabulous for your next get together or BBQ. Featuring sausage, jalapeños, onion, and cream of mushroom soup what’s not to love? Then you smother the entire thing with cheese, and melt it into the delicious dip that’s sure to hit the spot. You have likely seen a video about this smoked queso dip making the rounds on social media lately because people are raving about the flavor!
Salmon Masterbuilt smoker recipes are here to satisfy your seafood cravings! This simple salmon uses an easy dry brine and hot smoking method that results in the best smoked salmon ever. It is so tender and tasty too- it’s sure to be a bit at your next backyard BBQ! For best results use salmon raised in a farm or open water pen because they tend to have a higher fat content. That’s because they don’t have to work as hard as wild caught salmon, which are usually leaner.
Pork Belly Burnt Ends are extremely tasty, tender, and so simple to smoke. This pork belly recipe is a fabulous twist on traditional brisket burnt ends. They are literally little morsels of heaven- that’s why they got the nickname meat candy. Cubed Pork Belly is smoked slowly before being braised in BBQ sauce. Last but not least, the meat is rendered into sticky perfection that melts in your mouth. If you’re preparing food for a crowd this recipe is a guaranteed hit! Don’t forget to use a wire cooling rack instead of a pan.
Have you ever had a dessert wrapped in bacon? I’ve had maple donuts with bacon bits before and it was heavenly. Now take it a step further and smoke your dessert in your Masterbuilt smoker! If you love Oreos, bacon, and your smoker you will love this sweet, salty, and savory treat. And the best part is that you only need 3 ingredients: Oreos, bacon, and a BBQ spice rub. You can even get double stuffed Oreos! Then just wrap them individually with a slice of bacon, season, and smoke!
Breakfast Masterbuilt smoker recipes will change your whole life! Like these Griddled Breakfast Quesadillas with large tortillas, breakfast sausage, eggs, green bell peppers, red bell peppers, yellow onions, jalapeño peppers, butter, salt, pepper, shredded Mexican style cheese, and fresh cilantro! Griddled breakfast sausage quesadilla with peppers and cheese smokes at 400 degrees F and is ready in an hour. Try them out for your next brunch style party.
Rotisserie Lemon Pepper Brined Chicken smokes in 1-2 hours and serves about 10 people. You will need one 9x13 aluminum pan, 2 cups apple juice, ½ gallon of cold water, 1 cup lemon pepper seasoning, a spray bottle, 1 whole chicken, and 1 gallon storage bag! Pro tip: hold the chicken's legs together on the rotisserie before placing it inside a zip lock bag filled with seasoning and half a gallon of cold water. It turns out super delicious and the leftovers are great for on the go meals.
This Masterbuilt Smoker Meat Jerky Recipe is a fabulous way to preserve meat and make a snack to eat on the go. Whenever I smoke homemade jerky it disappears so fast in my house, but I’m glad it does, because that means my family likes my cooking! Smoking jerky instead of making it in an oven or a dehydrator makes it so much tastier! You won’t even believe the flavor that comes out at the end! This jerky cooks low and slow which is perfect because that means you don’t have to fuss over the wood chips every 45 to 60 minutes.
19. Smoked Crab Legs
These smoked crab legs are simple to whip up and taste devine. You only need to smoke them for 1 hour before serving with a mouthwatering butter dipping sauce. You can make them for a special occasion or an average Saturday afternoon. These crab legs are sure to shine for any event whatsoever. Crab comes pre-cooked ready to go in a hard shell that’s why it smokes so quickly. Boiling and steaming crab can result in mushy texture, but not smoking!
Looking for elegant yet simple Masterbuilt smoker recipes? This Smoked Lobster Tail is smoked to excellence and smothered in an Old Bay lemon garlic butter sauce. Pro tip for choosing lobster: cold water lobster is best because they are larger with more meat! They are also more tender and less likely to become mushy. These are the ones that turn bright orange and red after being cooked.
21. Smoked Shrimp
Simple smoked shrimp that is tossed in Italian seasoning, garlic powder, and salt, and have a subtle smoky flavor will have you jumping for joy. For best results use wild shrimp (whatever size you want) just adjust smoking time for size. Smoke them peeled or unpeeled and marinate with olive oil to add some fat and help coat them with herbs and spices! I also like to add some melted butter afterwards with some Italian seasoning. These shrimp are savory, earthy with the perfect amount of sweetness.
22. BBQ Butter Corn
BBQ butter corn on the Masterbuilt smoker will make you a huge corn lover in a flash. All you have to do is de-silk the corn while leaving the husk on. Then combine melted butter and BBQ sauce in a mixing bowl. Brush this mixture onto the corn under the husks. Sprinkle red chili flakes on top of the sauce layer. Pre-heat the smoker to 400 degrees F using cherry pellets. Cook the corn for 5 minutes then turn it over. Baste with the butter mixture periodically- but be very careful not to burn your hands!
This is the best recipe for Smoked Beer Can Chicken! Easily use your Masterbuilt smoker to make this tried-and-true dish that is super simple to cook. You can make a lot of chicken too and use the leftovers for salads, tacos, casseroles, and more! Just start the smoker off at a low temperature so it seeps into the poultry! Then turn up the temperature to ensure that you get thay crispy skin we all know and love.
When the holidays are coming up, think about making this smoked ham! Special occasions like Christmas or Easter dinner will be made even more special with this ham. The best part is you can use bone-in, spiral ham, or boneless ham to make this smoked recipe- it doesn’t matter which! All ham is already cooked so you will just be focusing on heating it up and adding a spectacular glaze. I like the spiral cut ham myself because it has been cut into a spiral shape around the bone making it easier to slice and serve.
Looking for out of the box Masterbuilt smoker recipes? Look no further than Smoked French Onion Soup! Smoke those caramelized onions until they are the color of dark rum! It makes this soup amazingly delicious- you won’t even believe the flavor that comes out of it. Pro onion slicing tips: cut off the onion top and bottom before slicing the outermost layer then peel it all the way off! I like yellow onions best for this recipe but you can use any kind you like. Smoke them for 1 hour and use beef broth for the base!
25 Mouthwatering Masterbuilt Smoker Recipes
- Smoked chicken wings in electric smoker
- Smoked Orange Chicken Quarters
- Smoked Sweet Barbecue Chicken Wings
- Easy Smoked Whole Chicken
- Easy Masterbuilt Turkey
- How to Smoke a Brisket in a Masterbuilt Smoker
- Smoked Pork Tenderloin in my Masterbuilt Smoker
- Smoked Pulled Pork
- Smoked NY Strip Steak
- Coco Coffee Rubbed Smoked Rib-Eye
- Armadillo Eggs
- How to Make the VIRAL TikTok Smoked Queso Dip
- Easy And Tender Smoked Salmon Recipe
- Smoked Pulled Pork Butt Recipe
- Smoked Bacon Wrapped Oreos
- Griddled Breakfast Quesadilla
- Rotisserie Lemon Pepper Brined Chicken
- Masterbuilt Smoker Meat Jerky Recipe
- Smoked Crab Legs
- Easy Smoked Lobster Tail
- Smoked Shrimp
- BBQ Butter Corn
- Smoked Beer Can Chicken
- Smoked Ham With Brown Sugar Glaze
- Smoked French Onion Soup
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