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How To Get Perfect Smoked Meat, Without Buying A Smoker
By Maria Aguirre
According to Serious Eats, you can smoke food by covering the bottom of your pressure cooker with foil and covering the top with soaked wood chips, along with a steamer basket and anything you'd like to cook. The cooking process requires your whole attention, because the heat won't work by itself.
Heat up the pressure cooker, and when you see smoke, lock the lid and repeat this step several times until your food smells, looks, and tastes smoky. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, there are more ways to smoke food indoors.
WonderHowTo suggests grabbing a large pot, foil, and a steamer insert to build your own stovetop smoker. The aluminum foil will help to cover the bottom and your wooden chips, but also to wrap the tin of your foil so no smoke gets out.