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smoking mike 07-08-2013 05:15 PM

tips
 
hi im new my question is can i use wood chips on a propane grill

Pyle's BBQ 07-08-2013 05:17 PM

Yes you can. Find a cast iron box and use that. If you don't have one wrap in foil and poke small holes in the foil. Place this on the burners and wait for it to produce smoke. Do not soak your chips in water. This just makes steam until the chips ignite.

Not sure what kind of grill you have. This would work great for a Weber.
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letdasmokeroll 07-08-2013 05:18 PM

welcome .... I have heard of people putting wood chips in aluminum foil and poking a few holes in it for use on a gas grill but I have never tried so not sure of the out come

jmellor 07-08-2013 05:31 PM

I smoked on my gasser for years before getting a charcoal smoker. Used three packets of foiled chips on the front burner. Poked various amounts of holes in them to "stage" the smoke so it lasted longer. Place the foil packs on the burner under the grate. Turn the front burner on and leave the back ones off. Should be able to run at 250 no prob and have a decent smoke ring. Good luck!


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