Wood chips work hand in hand with the smoking set to smoke ingredients such as meat, vegetables, fish and other seafood. Smoking as one of the oldest preservation methods, combines the effects of salting, drying, heating and smoking to create a dish with wonderful flavours. Smoked food not only lasts longer but it is also very healthy and is low in calories and fat. Dishes you can try for smoked food are like smoked duck, pork or even salmon.
In a plastic tub with a 100 g capacity, the chips are made from beechwood and are produced specially for use with the Zwilling smoking set. They are known to give a delicate aroma and they don't give off any noxious fumes, meaning food can even be smoked in your kitchen.
To use the wood chips, heat up the Zwilling smoking set at the highest temperature until water droplets are evaporated in a hiss. Then, reduce the heat to medium temperature and add 2 tablespoons of wood chips. For a more intense flavour, use 3 tablespoons of wood chips. Then, proceed with smoking your food at medium temperature and lower the heat when pot is fully heated.