Want to add some smoky-flavored recipes to your camping food menus?
You’ll enjoy these camping smoker recipes that include appetizers, sides and main dishes like smoked queso cheese dip, corn on the cob, smoked jerky, chicken legs, BBQ ribs, smoked meatloaf, spatchcocked smoked turkey and more!
If you are craving meat candy at the campsite but don’t have enough time to tend the 18+ hour process, try making these burnt ends using a beef chuck roast! It only takes a few minutes to prep and about 5 hours to cook this version of Poor Man’s Burnt Ends.
This simple Kansas City dry rub is easy to make and can be stored up to a year in a tightly sealed container. It is a super versatile flavor profile that you can use on beef, pork and poultry when you want to add some fast flavor to meats you smoke at the campsite.
The best camping smoker recipes don’t have to use a smoker. If you’d rather use your camp Dutch oven than your smoker, you can slow cook these ribs till they are fall-off-the-bone tender and add a bit of liquid smoke to the sauce for that smoky flavor.
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Small portable smoker recipes need to have cuts of meat that will fit inside the smoking chamber. This smoked beef tenderloin recipe is perfect for elevating your camp menu with a fancier meal ... that is keto-friendly too!
We often make campfire corn on the cob, but did you know you can smoke it too? If your portions are small enough, you can smoke your meat at the same time you make this smoked corn on the cob in your portable smoker.
This home-style smoked whole chicken is juicy and tender. If you have left over smoked chicken, you can reinvent it by making smoked tacos, smoked chicken BBQ sandwiches, smoked turkey soup ... you get the idea ... the possibilities are endless!
When you think of smoked fish, what comes to mind? Trout, catfish, salmon ... sure! This smoked salmon recipe uses only a few simple ingredients allowing the flavor of the meat and smoke to shine through.
When you think of the best meats to smoke, you probably think of brisket and ribs ... not hamburger! Just as with most meatloaf recipes, this one starts with ground beef and ground pork but the flavors are not-so-traditional when you add some smoke!