How to Make Jalapeno Smoked Venison Backstrap

How to make Jalapeño Smoked Venison Backstrap. In this video, Wade Middleton shows how to make jalapeño smoked venison backstrap, and it’s really simple, you can use any size cut you want. Check out our food smoking blog for some creative recipes:

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Marinate backstrap in jalapeño juice

Jalapeño cream cheese


Directions to recipe: *Prior to making this recipe, marinate your venison backstrap in jalapeno juice* 

1. Lay out your marinated backstrap and add a spoon full of jalapeno cream cheese in it. 

3. Put 2 pieces of sliced jalapenos on top of the cream cheese and fold the meat until it closes. 

4. Wrap the backstrap, cream cheese, and jalapeno mix in bacon and put a toothpick in it. 

5. Place your bacon wraps into the Bradley smoker for 2.5 hours, at 320 F (160 C). 

6.  Once they are done, bring them out and enjoy! 

Recipe by: Wade Middleton- Video

9. 3-2-1 Ribs How to – How to Cook BBQ Pork Back Ribs

How to make smoked 3-2-1 pork back ribs. In this video, Joe smokes some back ribs, 3-2-1 style. Check out our food smoking blog for some creative recipes:

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2 Back ribs

Aluminum foil

BBQ sauce 

For the rub

1/3 kosher salt

1/3 coarse black pepper

1/3 paprika

Directions to the recipe: 1. Go to the narrow end of the ribs, grab the membrane with a paper towel and pull it out. 

2. Sprinkle a lot of your rub on both back ribs, make sure to massage the rub into your back ribs. 

3. Put your ribs on a rack and place them in the smoker. Put the cook temperature time to 225 F (107 C), cook time for 7 hours, smoke time for 3 hours, and add 9 hickory bisquettes. 

4. While the ribs are smoking, bring out two layers of aluminum foil for the ribs (2 aluminum foils per rib). 

5. Once the ribs are done smoking for 1 hour bring them out while the smoker is still running. Put the ribs in the double aluminum foil and put them in the smoker to smoke for another 1 hour. 

6. Once it has smoked for another 1 hour, bring them out, remove the ribs from the aluminum foil and add your bbq sauce. 

7. Carefully bring out your BBQ ribs and place them on the rack and smoke and cook them for another 1 hour. 

8. Take your ribs out of the rack and place them onto a plate and enjoy!

Recipe by: Smokin’ with Joe- Video