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Can I Smoke on a Kamado Grill?

Can I Smoke on a Kamado Grill? The simple answer is yes. The real answer is maybe. Gas grills are designed to pump heat through the cooking chamber. This is how they reach high temperatures; by brute force.


Because of the high airflow in most gas grills, they are not good at capturing smoke and can cause foods to dry out over long periods of time. Gas grills do not make good smokers. Charcoal grills/TOPQ KAMADO on the other hand, can make good smokers. Charcoal grills/TOPQ KAMADO burn charcoal, produce smoke, and if they have a lid and a good design, can hold low temperatures for long periods of time. The trick to smoking on a charcoal grill is to have a grill large enough to place the meat away from the direct heat of the charcoal fire. This is done either by cooking indirectly or by using some kind of baffle (more on this later). The limits of charcoal grills smoking are the size. Most charcoal grills are too small to produce a lot of barbecue, so if you want to smoke more than two racks of ribs or a pork roast, then you will need something larger, or in other words; a smoker.

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