Slow Burn Wood Chunks 1kg Bags
*$9.50 Registered Australia Wide
*International Postage is UNAVAILABLE for this item
- 100% natural Australian wood chunks
- Clean and healthy way to add smoke flavours to your food
- Use as a stand-alone fuel source or use in combination with lump charcoal or briquettes
- Provides steady smoke for longer cook times and a more robust smoky flavour
Wood Types Available:
Apple: Apple has a light, fruity, slightly sweet aroma and is commonly used with pork and poultry. I like to use it with pork ribs, and it can be mixed with other smoke woods like oak and cherry with fantastic results.
Apricot: Great substitute for apple as it is also milder and sweeter than hickory, Works well with Pork, Chicken, Seafood.
Peach: wood infuses a sweet, fruity flavor that’s similar to other fruit wood, milder and sweeter than hickory. Peach is a bit redder than apple and produces a better smoke ring and is a little more flavorful. Peach wood is great when grilling pork, poultry and small game birds.
Pear: is similar to peach wood. It smokes a light sweet and fruity flavor that works great with pork, poultry and small game birds.
Cherry: Slightly sweet fruity smoke that’s great with poultry . This smoke is a mild, sweet and fruity smoke which gives a rosy tint to light-coloured meats. It has a slight red colour and a subtle, sweet, fruity flavour. It goes well with beef, pork, and poultry and can be mixed with oak and apple.
Almond: For a light, slightly nutty flavor, try smoking with almond wood. It makes for a nice flavor addition to seafood and poultry but is suitable for use with all types of meat.
Red Box: is similar to Hickory in flavour, many European Butchers here use it to smoke their sausages and Delicatessen meats and cheeses
Sugar Gum: Mild smoke flavour good for smoking Fish, Beef or Burgers, also for cold smoking cheese
Grey Box: has soft red fibrous bark, with grey wood inside. The Matrix chart has Grey Box as good smoke for ANY food
Plum: is great for poultry and pork. This wood is similar to hickory but is sweeter and milder in flavor
Ironbark: used for pork, beef, poultry, lamb, small goods and highly recommended for seafood