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Old 02-07-2018, 04:26 AM   #1
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Default Smoked Lamb Shank, Basic recipe.

Lamb shanks are cheap here at the moment, more a winter comfort food braised.
They are so easy to Smoke and they are very Tasty.
We used a Basic slight Rub.



Weber snake method using Banksia Pods as a smoke flavour.



Shanks seasoned overnight and ready on the weber.temperature was around the 120c/250f mark for the whole cook.



One hour in



Two hour in



Three hour in



Four hour in



Five hours in and in to a pan to hold untill Dinner.
Ready to eat at this stage
In the pan for one hour





Ready to plate







Chew on that bone



Rest of the shanks pulled to make a couple of cottage type pies later.



Cheap tasty easy cook

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Old 02-07-2018, 06:48 AM   #2
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Thanks for the great tutorial Titch....

Can't wait to see the meat pies.
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Titch,
Your making me want some shanks.
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Great looking cook! Can you compare banksia pods to any other wood flavor?

Love braised lamb shanks, and will have to try them on the smoker!
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Thanks for sharing Titch, those look amazing.
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I can eat that everyday Titch. Looks outstanding!
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Awesome mate! Look like beefy chicken legs!! Gonna have to see if I can find some here.

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Yes, please!

Looks great.
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I have never had those before but I sure would like ti try yours. Thanks for sharing.
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Great looking cook! Can you compare banksia pods to any other wood flavor?

Love braised lamb shanks, and will have to try them on the smoker!
Thanks all
Cant explain the flavour except for beach side camping smoke.
You have tea tree up there?
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Awesome mate! Look like beefy chicken legs!! Gonna have to see if I can find some here.

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Sorry mate but they look more like lamby chicken legs than beefy.....
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What a great tutorial, I can't believe i missed this.
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Ditto, I've done braised lamb shanks, but never thought to smoke them. Will have to give it a go when I can find some on sale.
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