The Texas Pro Pit Offset Smoker will have you slow cooking a brisket or slow cooked ribs or pulled pork all from a HARK Texas Pro Pit Offset Smoker. The Texas Pro Pit Smoker is really something you fall in love with as you master the Texas Pro Pit Smoker BBQ it will provide you with delicious meal after meal and many relaxing afternoons tending your Smoker while it transforms food for you.
Texas Pro Pit Offset Smoker works by cooking meat gently and slowly over a long period of time. The most important thing about cooking in a smoker is temperature control. Temperature control is vital and will vary a little depending on what you are cooking, but smoking meat is usually best done at temperatures between and 80°C (175°F) and (max) 120°C (250°F).
Smoking or Slow Cooking For smoking or slow cooking the fire is built in the Firebox and the food is cooked in the Cooking Chamber. The smoke and heat will indirectly pass through the opening between the Firebox and the Cooking Chamber and cook the food. This adds a great flavour to the food and will take longer to cook but is well worth the wait.
The general temperature ranges that this style of cooking is done at, is between 100 – 125ºC.
Build the fire in the Firebox on top of charcoal grate. For smoking, seasoned hardwoods are recommended such as Mesquite, Pecan, Hickory, Oak and any of the fruit woods.
Cooking Area in Cooking Chamber – 7470 Sq CM
Cooking Area in Fire Box – 2091.50 Sq CM
Total Cooking Area 9561.50 Sq CM
3mm and 4mm steel construction
High Heat resistant Paint
Slide out 2nd shelves
Slide Out ash tray for easy cleaning
Fire Box baffle and adjustable fire box lid for heat regulation
Large 100mm diameter exhaust chimney for efficient draw
Two door function
2 x large temp gauge professional series
Solid lid handles with stay cool springs
Large steel wheels and side handle for easy movement
Bottom Wood Storage shelf
Fold down large front preparation table – 850mm x 300mm
Heat Management plate included
130 KGS in weight