Nothing beats a perfectly smoked rib or steak with irresistibly delicious grill marks – and with the DualFire 1200 Pellet Grill from Recteq, making restaurant-quality meals is now easier than ever!
These recteq recipes will surely impress both family and friends! From mouthwatering appetizers to decadent desserts, these dishes will surely satisfy!
Prime rib is the ultimate show-stopping main dish to impress guests at any event or gathering – perfect for holidays or just casual get-togethers with friends. A whole bone-in ribeye roast or tomahawk roast makes an impressive presentation, yet can easily be cut up for smaller servings as well.
This recipe starts slowly in the oven so that the meat can come up to temperature before speeding it up for the final few minutes for a sear on its exterior, creating an even cook with a delicious crust. This method ensures an efficient way to achieve evenness of cooking while producing crisp crusts!
At home, using a meat thermometer to check that your roast has reached the proper internal temperature is crucial to creating a delectable dinner experience. Don’t skip out on resting period for 20 minutes after cooking so juices can redistribute and remain juicy when sliced – it will ensure an unforgettable dining experience! Pair your roast with some simple side salad for an unforgettable dining experience.
Rural regions across the US commonly utilize smokers to cook pork before shredding it with or without a vinegar-based sauce. Pork can be an extremely tough cut that takes several hours of slow cooking to tenderize. Many cooks add moisture by submerging their meat in liquid such as beer (alcoholic or non alcoholic) cider (alcoholic or non alcoholic) or apple juice in order to add moisture, boost flavor, and speed up the cooking process – usually beer is used; cider (alcoholic or non alcoholic) or apple juice are also popular options.
Coke adds two important benefits to this recipe – tenderizing pork and adding sweetness. If you don’t have Coke available, any other cola works just as well!
Serve pulled pork topped with your favorite BBQ sauce on a bun or tortilla for an easy meal that’s sure to please. Or add it into bowl-style meals like pork nachos, tacos and tamales! Leftovers reheat easily in the microwave; airtight containers keep them fresh in your fridge. Plus this recipe can even be frozen; simply make sure all air bubbles have been removed first and write the date on it!
Kung Pow Brussels Sprouts
If you don’t like Brussels sprouts, this recipe could be just what’s needed to change your mind! Covered in an irresistibly sticky, sweet, spicy Kung Pao sauce and finished off with crunchy peanuts, these sprouts will turn even the most skeptical veggie eater into a fan of these nutritious veggies!
Once blanched, drain and cool them in a colander before making the kung pow sauce: Combine garlic, ginger, soy sauce, brown sugar, rice vinegar, chiles and water until well mixed before stirring in cornstarch slurry to thicken sauce further.
Once the brussels sprouts are cool enough for handling, toss them with the sauce and serve. This dish makes a tasty side for your next recteq dinner or an exciting vegetarian main course option; guaranteed to impress all who try it! Plus, its fast and simple preparation makes it perfect for hectic weeknights!
Pineapple pizza is a delectable combination of sweet, salty, and savory flavors. The tart pineapple adds acidity that pairs perfectly with salty ham while providing an unexpected burst of sweetness in its place.
Pineapples offer an acidic solution to cleanse your palate between bites of bread, cheese and other fatty foods. Astringent flavors found in pineapple may actually reduce perceptions of fattening foods according to research.
To create this delicious pizza, follow our easy and foolproof method for homemade pizza dough preparation, then layer ham and pineapple toppings as directed (we offer our preferred recipe), adding slices of jalapenos for some spice and zesty flavor!