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Colgin All Natural Mesquite Liquid Smoke - 4oz
Colgin All Natural Mesquite Liquid Smoke - 4oz
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Old Smokehouse Flavor in a Bottle
Natural Mesquite - Original Recipe
Where There's Smoke There's Flavor
Colgin's Natural Mesquite Liquid Smoke is the all-natural liquid smoke with no additives or preservatives. Instantly add smoke flavor to almost any food that would benefit from real smoke flavor and aroma. Dash or brush on any meat, poultry, or vegetable. Excellent for seasoning soups, gravies, sauces, baked beans, salads, dips, eggs, fish, poultry or wherever smoke flavor is desired. In 1869 the first smokehouse was built in Mexia, Texas. Colgin is the all-natural liquid smoke with no additives or preservatives. Colgin is Vegan, contains no animal byproducts and is gluten free. Colgin is the instant answer for adding smoke flavor to almost any food that would benefit from real smoke flavor and aroma. Create a gourmet flavored dish with just a few shakes! Perfect cooking sauce for easy oven, charcoal or gas grill cooking.
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|Package Length:||6.4 inches|
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|Package Weight:||0.1 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 13 reviews|
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11 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Works great, great taste Feb 12, 2012
Made some beef jerky with this as the liquid smoke using my Nesco FD-75PR 700-Watt Food Dehydrator. Added a definite rich mesquite flavor without being overwhelming. Use lightly though, too much and it will overpower the rest of your flavoring.
Still good after a couple months, here's the recipe I been using for jerky and it works well, slightly modified from something I found online:
1/2 tsp liquid smoke
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup teriyaki sauce
1/4 tsp sea salt
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp cracked black pepper
2 tablespoons molasses
1/2 cup barbecue sauce
1/4 cup yoshida marinade (from costco, optional)
Mix in a big bowl for a minute or so, toss in meat, slather around, soak for 2 days.
7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Colgin Mesquite Liquid Smoke May 28, 2012
By Chester York
I love this product and I will be ordering it again in the future. I use it to make vegan turkey, vegan burgers, and even for recipes which need enhanced by a bacon type taste. It works great. I just wish there was more of it in the bottle. LOL.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
An essential pantry staple you probably didn't know existed! Aug 06, 2013
By Thomas B. Greenman
"Please, no more cake."
There are several pantry essentials I consider I HAVE to have for spices:
5) Liquid Smoke
I use liquid smoke for just for so many things in the kitchen. For marinades for meats, even if it's goes on the grill, liquid smoke binds the meat in savory goodness. For fish, burgers, chicken, pizza - just about anything you want to impart a grilled flavor but don't have the time or want to fire up the grill, this is the way to do it.
For an awesome homemade burger, try my recipe I cobbled together (works for about 4 to 5 lbs):
Use a 80/20 ground hamburger meat for your base.
Grab a large mixing bowl and put the meat into it.
Grab some latex (power free) gloves and put on.
Grab a bottle typical bottle of water (12 oz) and dump about 1/3 of it out (keep the cap)
Put about a tablespoon of granulated garlic in
Put about a tablespoon of granulated onion in
Put about a tablespoon of liquid smoke in
Put about a half a tablespoon of paprika in (for color and a little kick)
Put about a tablespoon of salt in
(for the seasonings above - you can adjust to as little or as much as you like - the above will be savory)
Put the cap on and shake it up. It should be a clouded mixture - not a paste.
Pour some into the ground beef and work in with your hand (covered in gloves - you'll thank me for that). It'll be really cold so take your time. Pour some more in as needed. Continue until the bottle is empty or until the meat isn't too saturated. If done properly, your meat should look a little fuller but not dripping (it will look a little redder because of the paprika).
Grill as normal. The water with the spices and liquid smoke will permeate the meat and create an even flavor profile. The water will add to keep your burger juicy without having all the fat.
Try to only flip your burger once - if you need to cook it on again on another side, you flipped it too soon.
The best you'll find. Nov 23, 2013
By J. Rosenberg
Provides a nice southwestern hint to cooking, especially with beef and indoor BBQ. Fades a bit during a reheat, so add a little more.
Expensive & A little bit goes a long way Nov 08, 2013
By Shopping Maven
I bought this on Amazon for 4.81 as I didn't feel like driving to the store. At the store it was $2.79 (FYI). Anyway, I used it in my beef jerky recipe as it was called for. I sued the amount directed and it was WAY to overwhelming. I guess I am not real into the fake smoke flavor. I threw the rest out as my beef jerky tastes better without it. If you like fake smoke flavor, this is for you!
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