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Weber 17004 Apple Wood Chips, 3-Pound

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  • One of the most popular cooking woods
  • Apple wood chips creates less dense smoke
  • Fruity flavor benefits pork and poultry
  • Adds wood smoke flavor to your favorite foods
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Product Description

Flavor Name: Apple | Size: 3-Pound

Wood chips are great for adding wood smoke flavor to foods, or they can be the perfect alternative to charcoal briquettes as a heat source for grilling. Apple wood gives a slightly sweet, fruity smoke flavor that is great for poultry, game birds and pork (especially ham).

Product Information

Flavor Name:Apple  |  Size:3-Pound
Product Dimensions 7 x 3.5 x 12 inches
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Outdoor Living
Manufacturer Weber
ASIN B002YOB464
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Flavor Name: AppleSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
I'll start out by saying I am not a big smoker fan. I bought my husband a Masterbuilt electric smoker for our anniversary last year and starting playing with it. I can't stand mesquite at all so we decided to try apple - hoping the smokey taste would be to my liking. These wood chips are excellent! The taste for our Thanksgiving turkey was amazing and I would definitely buy these again.
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Flavor Name: AppleSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
Great for adding flavor to slow cooked meat. Make sure you know what you're doing and don't go crazy on the wood. A little bit goes a long way, but apple wood is one of the best woods for smoking pork. the chips are good sized they arrived dry no musty smell no bugs and are much better then I can get at our local store. I will be buying this again.
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Flavor Name: MesquiteSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
Being new to smoking we weren't sure which wood to go with. So we bought Apple, Pecan, and Mesquite. I think Apple is my favorite flavor but all had great results. The bags have lasted multiple smokings and don't require to be soaked in water for 24 hours to get a good smoke out of them (seems like some woods require a long soak time). Again, I'm not a pro, but thats how we felt about them!
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Flavor Name: AppleSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
I enjoy using apple wood chips when I'm grilling/smoking pork or chicken. The smoke flavor is mild compared to woods like hickory or mesquite and the apple adds a hint of sweet flavor to the meat that compliments any barbecue sauce you might plan on slathering on.

You can smell the sweetness as soon as you open the bag. Again, it's a rather mild flavor, but you can definitely taste it on whatever is in your grill. I would suggest starting with a small batch on your first attempt and add more if needed the next time to get that perfect flavor. As with any wood chips, you can easily overdo it and end up with food that is completely masked in a strong smoke flavor.

I see some people saying they do not soak prior to grilling and some that do. 99% of the time, I soak my wood chips (at least 15 minutes) prior to grilling. This helps avoid a strong, burnt smokey flavor that may come from the dry chips being directly on the heat. It also allows the chips to smoke longer which is good, especially if you're slow smoking some ribs or a pork roast.

I've done the chips both in a small tray and directly on the coals. It depends on how long I plan on smoking the meat. If I'm doing a batch of ribs that will take a few hours, I'm more inclined to put the chips in a small tray with some water and allow them to slowly heat up and smoke, whereas if I'm just trying to hit something with a quick batch of smoke for less than an hour I'll put the pre-soaked wood chips directly on the coals.

If you are new to this, trial and error is a big part. Try new and different things until you get the perfect meal. Once you figure it out, stick with it and in no time you'll have people talking about how great your food is.

I still keep a batch of hickory wood chips for when they're needed, but I would definitely recommend these apple wood chips to anybody looking to add a little sweetness to their next grilling or smoking experience.
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Flavor Name: CherrySize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
We barbeque with these chips frequently and have used them for several years. The cherry wood chips are particularly good for grilling salmon. We make an aluminum foil tray about 12" x 8", poke several small holes in the foil and fold the edges to make sides. Spray the chips with water and place them on top of the foil tray, cover the grill (gas) and heat on high for about 30 minutes. Then turn the grill down to medium high, place salmon, skin side down directly on top of the chips and grill for 30 minutes covered without turning the salmon. For the salmon, we brush both sides with olive oil or other oil and sprinkle the salmon with 1 TB sugar and 1/2 tsp each of salt and pepper for four pieces. It comes out great every time and the cherry smoke makes the salmon delicious. Happy cooking!
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Flavor Name: MesquiteSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
As these heated up in the grill, there was a faint odor like napthalene (moth balls). I've cooked three times with these and cannot taste any mesquite flavor in the slightest. Waste of time and money.
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Flavor Name: AppleSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
I've been using this product for 6 years now. Here's what I've found. First off, I've also tried Cherry,pecan,hickory, & Mesquite. I favor the Apple. I've found that soaking about 30.min. or so in cool clean water yields the most flavor. Yes, I've tried without soaking and they burn too quick and flavor is slightly off (less). Soaking for 30.min. does get the outside of chips enough moisture to present the controlled burn to properly smoke. I have a Weber Summit 9 burner gas grill with a built-in Smoker box. I regularly smoke the following; Fish,Chicken,Pork,Corn,Zucchini, Shrimp, Clams, (Yes,Clams!). The only Red meat I'll smoke is Beef Burgers and never use the Apple, I prefer Hickory or Mesquite for that. If you care to know, I never cook as i smoke. I always smoke the food at hand ,RAW. I found that i get 2x the flavor if i lay food on the grill, raised a bit ,to be closer to the smoke. If you never smoked the meat,veg RAW, i highly advise it. You'll never go back! I let it smoke about 20 min or so,then cook. With this apple I've gotten my neighbor, who doesn't like fish or clams to try and like both. Love these Chips!! Go through 4 bags a season. Smoke on !!
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Flavor Name: PecanSize: 3-Pound Verified Purchase
I recently started using wood chips in a smoker box to get a good smoked flavor with my gas grill. I'm sure that there are several good brands of wood chips, but I find the Weber chips work really well in my smoker box. The "chips" are the right size to generate smoke easily without their catching on fire and burning up. There's a variety of sizes and shapes in each bag, so the smaller, thinner ones start smoking first, but then the bigger chunks start smoking later. This keeps them smoking over an extended period of time.

The Weber package is 3 pounds which gives plenty of chips for lots of meals. At this price, I can also buy a few other varieties (apple, hickory, cherry) so I'm not stuck with one.

If you're not sure what variety of wood chips to get, you can't go wrong with Pecan for chicken, fish, salmon, or pork. Pecan has a slightly sweet smoke, but more subtle than apple or cherry. If I want to play it safe and be sure I'll like the result, I use the pecan chips. If I'm feeling a little more experimental, I mix pecan with apple or cherry. You really can't go wrong with any of these.
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