Stove Top Smoked Salmon
If you learn the technique of Smoke Roasting properly, you can smoke-roast a chicken breast, fish, shellfish and even a steak. It's all about learning the technique.
We are hearing more and more about true barbecue on the food tv and in the cooking magazines. This is where you slow cook food like ribs and chicken at lower temperatures for longer periods of time using indirect heat. Actually you want the smoke to cook the food and not the heat from the flame.
My buddy Barbecue Bob is mastering this technique in his giant smoker at home and prepares some mean pulled pork. He's now curing his own bacon and finishing it in his smoker.
If you don't have a smoker but still want to try your hand at smoking a chicken breast or whole trout, Chef Joe shows you in this video how you can smoke roast in your own kitchen while teaching the basics to this technique. You can use his technique on the stove-top or take his ideas and use them on your own gas or charcoal grill outside.
If you do decide to try his indoor method of smoke roasting, be sure you have the proper ventilation and a strong exhaust fan that takes the smoke out of the house, not one of those fans that recirculates the smoke back into the house.