These bullet smokers are going to get you eager to marinate your game.
Outdoor cooking weather has finally arrived, and that means it’s time to pull your wild game out of the freezer. Some people like to make slow cooker recipes with wild turkey, but nothing compares to smoked turkey.
Ditch the slow cooker recipes and get to smoking. The Masterbuilt Bullet Smoker is unmatched in the grilling department, and happy customers use it every year. If you’re looking for a small-scale smoker, this is perfect for you.
- Two smoking racks
- Porcelain-coated charcoal pan
- Water bowl
The Masterbuilt Charcoal Bullet Smoker has 395.4 square inches of cooking space, leaving you with plenty of room for all of your tasty food. If you have a negative experience with adding charcoal in your previous smokers, you won’t be disappointed with Masterbuilt.
There’s a front-access door for easy charcoal loading. It doesn’t get better than that. Amazon customers are praising this smoker for its built-in thermometer. Cooking temperature is crucial when it comes to smoking. The easy-to-read temperature control system is also a win.
Many people are comparing the charcoal smoker to Weber’s Smokey Mountain Smoker. Masterbuilt has it beat out by price. Masterbuilt’s smoker is under $80, and the Weber Smokey Mountain is priced right under $330.
- Porcelain-enameled bowl
- Water pan
It does have a larger cooking surface. With 481 square inches of cooking area, you can fit brisket and salmon in this charcoal smoker. The heavy-duty cooking grates are what wins over a lot of outdoorsmen.
Another top-contender is from Char-Broil. Their bullet smoker is a favorite for novice and veteran grillmasters. It’s only 16 inches tall, making it the perfect size for traveling.
The removable ashtray is a plus, along with the top-notch airflow system. (This will help maintain cooking temperatures.) A customer left a five-star review and said, “Keeps a constant temp going for smoking.” This budget-friendly smoker is under $150 and has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.
For tips and tricks on smoking meat, visit our friends over at Wide Open Eats.
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