Got this great video from a man in Bristol, UK about how to use your Bradley Food Smoker to Oak Smoke Jalapenos. This specific smoke is made to make delicious Chipotles. Thanks to duckboy1973 for the great presentation. This particular video shows the process to get Oak Smoked Chipotle Chili sauce. I love that he’s in his backyard of his farm. He starts out with around 250 Jalapenos where he cuts them into 1/4ths up to the top so that the smoke can get up inside them. After 18 hours of oak smoking them you will have to dehydrate them at 140 degrees for 10 hours to make delicious Chipotles. You then grind them up into a spice to make Oak Smoked Chipotle Chili sauce. They do all this with the 6 Rack Bradley Digital Smoker.
“Using fresh Jalapeno’s picked from our chilli farm in Upton Cheyney, Bristol, UK, this video is a Natch inspired (cider) production showing how to smoke your own Jalapeno’s with the use of an amazing Bradley Smoker. Enjoy and sorry about the Natch!
250 Fresh Red Jalapenos
Bradley Oak Smoked Bisquettes
Start by cutting you Jalapenos into 1/4′s. When you do this make sure you are cutting up to almost the top leaving it all together in one piece. This will allow the oak smoked bisquettes flavor smoke to go inside the whole Jalapeno. Set the Jalapenos in your Bradley smoker at 84 degrees for 18 hours. After this you will need to dehydrate them at 140 degrees for 10 hours to make delicious Chipotles. After you make the delicious Chipotles you can grid it up into a fine powder (like they do in the video) to make a spice for chili or many different things!
Thanks to Upton Cheyney Chilli Company for the great recipe. If you would ever like your video posted on our blog please use our contact form and we’d love to share your favorite recipe!