Homemade Liquid Smoke

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October 8, 2012

Make your own liquid smoke.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Build a smoldering fire. (See below for cautions) Wait until the starter fuel used is ALL burned away, then add a Bundt cake pan to the top of the chiminea. Place the pan on top just as you would place it in the oven if filled with batter. The pan will have an opening in the center for the smoke to rise through.

On top of the cake pan, place the bowl to make a dome cover over the Bundt pan, (stainless mixing bowl works best). The mixing bowl should be the same diameter as the Bundt cake pan.

Place a zip lock bag full of ice on the top of the stainless mixing bowl covering the top of the bowl. It will condense the smoke that comes into contact with the stainless mixing bowl.

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The "liquid smoke" will drip down and collect in the Bundt pan.

Now you've distilled your own liquid smoke.

Cautions About Burning Wood

Source: http://homedistiller.org

By Lisa from Auburn Hills, MI

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