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I’ve always been the type of person who’s eager to try new things when it comes to making food.
Don’t get me wrong, I love a classic steak or burger cookout – but there’s something incredibly exciting to me about the discovery of a new recipe.
Earlier this year, I had a realization that I’ve literally tried hundreds of recipes on my pellet grill. Not all of them are restaurant worthy of course, but lots of them are pretty darn good.
So with that in mind, I thought it would be a good idea to compile a list of my favorite generic and holiday recipes and create a pellet grill cookbook! A lot of work went into making this pellet grill cookbook a reality, so I sincerely hope you enjoy what’s inside and I also hope that you discover a few new favorite recipes.
A Quick Note on Pellet Grills
I realize that if if you’re interested in a pellet smoker cookbook, you’re probably already at least somewhat familiar with pellet grills and what makes them so great.
But I did want to take a moment to touch on a few pellet grill features that makes them unique – because a few of the recipes in my pellet grill cookbook are specific to pellet grills and rely on their versatility as outdoor cookers.
Compared to other types of grills, pellet grills are incredibly easy to use. And thanks to a convection style heating system, your pellet grill can actually be used to grill with direct heat, smoke with indirect heat, roast, braise, or even bake. No matter what type of food you’re cooking, you can count on it cooking evenly and consistently.
I bring all of that up because some of the recipes in this pellet grill cookbook rely on that versatility. In other words, while many of the recipes in this book could easily be prepared on other types of grills – some of the recipes are definitely only suited for the pellet grill.
What’s In the Pellet Grill Cookbook?
In this pellet grill cookbook, you’ll find a wide variety of recipes – in terms of food type, cooking style, lunch, appetizers, dinner, dessert. There’s a recipe for everybody in this book. You’ll also find the following types of foods in the book:
And here are some recipes you can expect to find in the book:
- Ribeye French Dip Sandwich
- Santa Maria Tri Tip
- Lemon Pepper Chicken Wings
- Pineapple Jalapeño BBQ Chicken
- Grilled Pork Chops With Maple Glaze
- Grilled Shrimp Po’ Boys
- Pepper Jack Bison Cheeseburgers
- Smokey Roasted Cauliflower
- Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes
- And much more
In addition to the recipes themselves, there’s also a few reference sections that come in handy for the pellet grill pit master. The book covers the anatomy of a pellet grill, features a meat doneness chart, and also has a chart to help you decide which flavor of wood pellets goes best with which type of food.
How Can I Get Own The Grill’s Pellet Grill Cookbook?
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Can I Get a Preview?
Absolutely! Right here I’ll give you a little sneak peak at one of my favorite recipes from the pellet grill cookbook.
Double Pork Bacon Burger
- 1 1/2 lbs ground pork
- 6 slices bacon, chopped
- 1/2 cup yellow onion, diced
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 2 tbsp parsley, minced
- 1 tsp ground cumin
- 1 tsp fresh ground black pepper
- 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 2 tbsp BBQ sauce
- 4 hamburger buns, wheat or your choice
- Toppings of your choice: ketchup, tomato avocado, caramelized onion, cheese, etc.
- Take 3 of the bacon slices and chop them into 1/2 inch squares.
- In a large bowl, combine ground pork, the 3 slices worth of chopped bacon, onion, garlic, parsley, cumin, ground black pepper, and Worcestershire sauce. Mix until all ingredients are evenly combined, but be careful to not over work the meat
- Divide the mixture into 4 burger patties. Make them a little thinner and wider than you think you need to, as they will shrink while they cook.
- Preheat pellet grill to 350°F.
- Place burger patties on the grill grate and cook for approximately 12-14 minutes total, flipping halfway through after 6-7 minutes. Cook until thoroughly If using a probe thermometer, remove from the grill once the burgers reach a 160°F internal temperature.
- Remove from grill and allow burgers to rest for about 10 minutes.
- Cook other 3 slices of bacon, either pan fried or in the oven.
- Combine mayonnaise and BBQ sauce in a small bowl.
- Place burgers on buns and top with sauce, full bacon strips, and any additional toppings as desired.
What are you waiting for? Come check out some of the best pellet grill recipes and get started making incredible food for your friends and family. I greatly appreciate your support and sincerely hope you enjoy the contents of my pellet grill cookbook.