Wood Pellets for bbq Info



Wood Pellets for bbq Info


Whatever the heat source of your barbecue, whether gas, charcoal or wood, by the time it is hot enough to cook any flavor enhancing qualities of the fuel (if any) are burned away by the heat. That's why food tastes virtually the same when cooked without flavor enhancers. You are moistening your food in the smoke created from its own drippings, not in wood smoke
Smoke flavor enhancers are added after the grill is ready to cook on and before the food is placed on the cooking grate. As the flavor enhancer is consumed in the fire, it releases smoke which flavors your food.

Wood pellets are a unique form of natural wood. When pellets are made, all of the air within the cellular structure of the wood is evacuated, thus concentrating the wood into a very dense form, much denser than the natural tree. As compared to other wood flavor enhancers, pellets will produce a more intense smoke more quickly which seals the food, locking in natural moisture and adding smoke flavor exactly when it's needed.
Only 1/3 of a cup of pellets is needed for most cooking events. As compared to other forms of smoking wood, you'll need 5-10 times the weight of wood to achieve the same results as pellets. The cost per use is much less for pellets than any other form of wood.
Since pellets have been processed from sawdust by pressure which generates heat, any contaminants present in the wood are removed. This process produces a smoking wood product of consistent quality. Pellets are easy to use since you do not soak in water prior to use. It's easy to blend wood flavors with pellets and easily repeat successful cooking results.
BBQr's Delight pellets are made of 100% of the flavor of the wood that is indicated on the package. Jack Daniel'sŪ Smoking Pellets are made from the used mellowing charcoal from the distillery, pulverized and mixed with sawdust then pelletized. Source: bbqrsdelight.com.

 

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