List of smoked foods

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== List of smoked foods ==

Smoking is a method of preparing food which originated in prehistory. It has been used to preserve and flavor food. The following is a list of foods that are commonly smoked.

Meats[edit | edit source]

  • Bacon - A type of salt-cured pork.
  • Ham - A cut of meat from the hind leg of a pig.
  • Sausage - Ground meat, often pork, beef, or poultry, mixed with salt, spices, and other flavorings.
  • Turkey - A large bird native to North America, often smoked for flavor.
  • Brisket - A cut of meat from the breast or lower chest of beef or veal.
  • Ribs - Cuts of meat from the rib section of a pig or cow.

Fish and Seafood[edit | edit source]

  • Salmon - A popular fish often smoked for its rich flavor.
  • Trout - A freshwater fish that is often smoked.
  • Mackerel - A type of fish known for its strong flavor, often smoked.
  • Haddock - A type of saltwater fish that is often smoked.
  • Eel - A type of fish that is often smoked in various cuisines.

Cheeses[edit | edit source]

  • Cheddar - A type of cheese that is often smoked to add a rich, smoky flavor.
  • Gouda - A Dutch cheese that is often smoked.
  • Mozzarella - An Italian cheese that is sometimes smoked.

Vegetables[edit | edit source]

  • Peppers - Various types of peppers can be smoked to add flavor.
  • Tomatoes - Tomatoes can be smoked to enhance their flavor.
  • Garlic - Garlic can be smoked to add a unique flavor to dishes.

Other Foods[edit | edit source]

  • Salt - Salt that has been smoked to add flavor to dishes.
  • Tofu - A soy-based product that can be smoked to add flavor.
  • Nuts - Various types of nuts can be smoked to enhance their flavor.

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