Grilling is fast but won’t give you that smoky BBQ flavor. Next time you grill, try tossing garden clippings and veggie scraps on your coals for instant smoke. chfstps.co/2wqx4qu
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cool...so i can just grab whatever flowers and throw them on to smoke my food, man who would have thought those poisionous plants in my garden were actually secret ingredients just waiting to be used. what a stupid video.
There is a ton of really interesting recipes and professional tips at your website and that is why I paid for premium, and I am happy with it, great material, I am sure you will do better than this later, keep at it you are the best guys!
Smart!! Normally at home when I'm gonna smoke an ingredient, I place the flowers, hay or the wood chips In a pan, heating it up or blow torching it until smoke appears, adding some foil and then the ingredient on top, and putting a lid on to close in the smoke. Works every time!! 😄
There was a time in which Chefsteps was a fantastic cooking channel.
Then, they start to sell Joule (with success I think) and after that they are posting beautiful and useless videos.
Sous Vide was the future and now you put erbs into a barbeque to smoke a shitty piece of fish.. Seriously?
Focusing on techniques rather than recipes or Joule is exactly what they're doing right. They've also posted some great scrap-cooking videos like the vegetarian demi-glace. This video is a bit short, though. Would've loved to see it in a compilation.
I thought it said turn plant scraps into smoked MEATS. I was so confused because I was expecting some vegan meat alternative made out of plant scraps lmao. But that's pretty cool though, bet it tastes unique.
Kenneth W I guess I should have said backyard, I'm in the rural south at the moment and guess I kinda could image someone out here randomly grabbing something out the woods with some harmful oils in its leaves, then again someone like that probably doesn't watch youtube, much less chef steps lol
yakyakyak69 love chef steps, but was thinking the same thing, garlic and onion peels I get... but somebody, somewhere, who doesn't really know what's in their garden might be playing Russian Roulette with something poisonous eventually
.......no not any trimmings, grass and weeds will just make your food taste like a grass fire........use woody and tough herbs and herbs that are used to make essential oils, fruit woods and trimmings (stems, leaves, apple/pear cores/skin, pineapple tops, citrus rinds) just be weary of using trimming off fruit with a high sugar content as you will get a burnt sugar taste.
Most plants in your garden won't leave a noticeable flavor. Grass, weeds, and certain flowers all make a pretty mild smoke. If you smoke herbs, you'll get a slightly different flavor but it's by no means off putting. Smoking using onions and garlic produces the best smoke IMO