Recteq began business near Augusta, Georgia in 2009, offering 9 wood pellet grills featuring advanced technologies and top quality materials. Their flagship model is the RT-590 which features stainless grates instead of powder-coated on other pellet grills.
One of their unique features is silicone thermal caulking along seams in both the cook chamber and pellet hopper, an advantage over porcelain coating seen with other brands.
Smoked Pork Chops
For an easy yet flavorful weeknight dinner option, try these smoked pork chops seasoned with a dry rub that has sweet and spicy notes – an excellent alternative to liquid marinades!
Apple wood works great for smoking pork chops because its delicate smoke flavor adds just the right touch of subtle smoke flavor to each bite of meat. Remember to use a meat thermometer or probe during this step of the cook so as to monitor their progress during their cook-out.
Recteq was established near Augusta, Georgia in 2009, producing pellet grills utilizing cutting-edge technology and top-grade materials. Their cooking academy provides classes and training on their products.
Smoked Beef Brisket
Recteq grills can make life easy when it comes to cooking for yourself or the whole family, with the ability to smoke brisket, pork butt, and chicken in just minutes right from your backyard! Enjoy delicious meals without breaking a sweat.
Smoking at low temperature for extended periods is the key to creating delicious, succulent brisket. This allows the meat to slowly break down into tender bite-size chunks of deliciousness.
Resting is also key in creating a great brisket, allowing it to absorb juices back into the meat and add that signature succulent texture we all adore.
Smoking chicken is the ideal solution whether you’re catering an office potluck or making your sweetie dinner at home; its quick preparation process adds extra flavor.
Smoking a chicken will take between 1 to 6 hours depending on its size, the temperature level in your smoker, and weather conditions. A digital thermometer should be used to verify when the chicken has reached 165 degrees.
Feeling the meat is another effective method to determine its readiness. Because meat tends to shrink during cooking, poking it with your finger will reveal whether or not its doneness has been reached. A Recteq pellet smoker equipped with PID control offers the greatest precision when it comes to your cooking experience.
Are you searching for a unique way to impress your family and friends this Thanksgiving or Christmas? Consider smoking a turkey! A succulent smoked turkey dish will please any palate; with the right recipe it can be as straightforward or intricate as desired.
To create the ultimate smoked turkey experience, begin by brining it. Use water, apple cider, beer, wine or maple syrup for this step; adding aromatics such as garlic thyme rosemary bay leaves peppercorns can enhance its flavors even further. Submerge the turkey into its brine bath for 12-24 hours to allow its best result!
Smoked Hasselback Potatoes
Hasselback potatoes (or accordion potatoes) make the ideal side for any grilled meat dish and are easy to make, so they’ll sure to impress guests at your next gathering! Plus, it won’t break the bank!
Begin by washing and cutting thin slices across each potato with a knife. Don’t cut all the way through; stop short of the bottom for fancier accordion-shaped potatoes! To reduce risk of injury with sharp knives, I like using this handy kitchen hack: place chopsticks either side of each potato while cutting to keep it stable while also protecting yourself from accidentally going through its entirety!
Fold shredded cheese between the cuts, and smoke until soft and golden-brown in color. Brush with extra melted butter before serving! Enjoy your cheese!