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Help Me! I am in need of temperature and cooking time per pound for meats for my smoker! I can't find a proper chart anywhere! I called Masterbuilt customer and got the time and temperature for 45 min per pound at 200F, but I need the instructions for beef, turkey, fish, chicken and lamb if you have it! I want to do some smoking over this weekend! Thanks-Kathleen Mulacek

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  • prb5600 May 30, 2010

    i DON'T HAVE THE MODEL NUMBER OF THE SMOKER-IT IS A MASTERBUILT DIGITAL ELECTRIC SMOKER. ALL I AM NEEDING IS THE TIME PER POUND AND TEMP. THIS SEEMS TO BECOMING AN ISSUE WHEN THIS SHOULD BE A NO-BRAINER! I DO NOT KNOW WHAT THERE ISN'T A GENERAL COOKING CHART ANYWHERE TO BE FOUND FOR THESE THINGS!

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Smoking Time and Temperature
TYPE COOKING TIME COOKING TEMP DONE TEMP Brisket 1-1.5 hrs/lb 225-250 F 180 F Turkey(8-12lb.) (Unstuffed) 7-9 hrs/lb 225-250 F 180 F Turkey(13-20lb) (Unstuffed) 10-12 hrs/lb 225-250 F 180 F Whole Chicken 3-4 hrs/lb 225-250 F 180 F Beef, Veal, Lamb Roasts 1 hr/lb 225 F 145-170 F Pork Ribs 4-6 hrs 225-250 F 160-170 F Beef Ribs 4-6 hrs 250 F 160-170 F Pork Shoulder (Pulled Pork) 8 lb 7 hrs 250 F 190 Pork Shoulder 8 lb 8 hrs 250 F 180

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  • prb5600 May 30, 2010

    How about a boneless turkey breast and/or game bired like pheasant? Any ideas or suggestions?

    Thanks!!!

  • Arjun Komath May 30, 2010

    Please refer the table shown here : http://www.thesmokerking.com/page1g.html


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Hi,

Please let us know the complete model number of the product.

If you are using the Masterbuilt 7-in-1 Smoker, you can download the manual by clicking this link. The Smoking Chart is given on page 3 of this manual.

If you need a chart for a different model number, please reply to this post with the model number.

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