Smoked Chex Mix

Mr.Fabulous

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I usually do several recipes of Chex mix around the holidays, this year I decided to use the T.

Automatic plus, I can use a large pan and run two batches at once.

My recipe is essentially what is on the box, I just double all of the sauce ingredients, and add in black pepper, hot sauce, chili powder, and extra Worcestershire. I also substitute cashews for peanuts, and I don’t use the hard garlic bites. The extra garlic powder covers that omission well.

I can definitely smell the smoke on the finished product, and there is a light taste of it. I may use hickory pellets in the future to see if that increases the smoke flavor.

All in all, a good experiment.

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I like Chex Mix and I like smoke, so I'm gonna try this. Nice job!
 

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I'm going to have to get this a shot too. What temp did you cook it on? How long?
 

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