A simple camp smoker from the pan
Personally, I made a miniature smokehouse for cooking fish for fishing. Of course, a slave can also be cooked on a fire, but you can make it a real delicacy only with the help of this simple design. Naturally, you can smoke not only fish, but also meat, sausages, etc. The smokehouse has very modest size and will not make you significant inconvenience when carrying it.It is made even easier than it might seem at first glance.All this is sold in any store of utensils.I think that even in small communities there will be no problems. But if you suddenly find a lattice - it can be cut from the construction grid. Or do it yourself from a thick wire.
- Pan, preferably stainless steel. Enameled, due to high temperatures and direct exposure to fire, most likely will not work. You can try to take aluminum.
- Grid-stand for hot.
Two options for making a smokehouseEverything depends on the grille. If her legs are small, you can bend them back, tearing them from the circle, see the photo.
How to use?Everything is very simple: wood chips or sawdust we moisten with water and squeeze. We put it on the bottom of the pan.Put a lattice on top, and a fish soaked in spices (salt and pepper will be enough) on the lattice. Close the lid and put it all on the alcohol, gas burner or on the embers of the fire. Smoking usually takes 10-30 minutes. And the fragrant, smoked fish is ready. In the conditions of a hike or fishing is just a delicacy. Since food in the open air truly acquires a magical taste. Therefore, it takes 10-15 minutes to build a hiking smokehouse.
Mom-housewife blew up the network with the answer to the question: What do you do all day
Frames for photos from salt dough Lightning MACQUIN
Tips for choosing the perfect prom dress in 2018
Weather in Sochi in October 2016 - the forecast of the Hydrometeorological Center. What temperature of water and air will be in Sochi at the beginning and end of October 2016
Weaving a Dreamcatcher Bracelet
Secrets of cooking Greek souvlaki
32 Examples of the use of old radiators in the interior
Needlework from the beginnings to our time