Recteq recipes can be made simple using a wood pellet grill. With precise temperature controls and complete flexibility, these grills make any recipe simple to create.
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Smoked Pork Chops
Pork chops make a quick and easy weeknight dinner option that pairs beautifully with sweet potatoes, pineapple chutney, or other flavors. What’s great is they come precooked; only brief warm up in an oven or grill is required before being ready to enjoy!
Fully-smoked pork chops can be found both at grocery stores and from online butchers and smokehouses, including Kurobuta Pork for optimal flavor. To find your ideal product, be sure to look for marbling within the meat; look for well-marbled cuts like this for optimal results.
Before cooking, apply a dry rub or seasoning for added flavor to pork chops for extra flair. It is advisable to first dry them off with paper towels in order to ensure the spices adhere more easily to the surface of the meat. After seasoning has been applied, allow 10 minutes for resting time, which allows juices to redistribute evenly while increasing internal temperatures to 145 degrees Fahrenheit for safe pork consumption.
Smoked salmon has an irresistibly delicious smoky and mildly briny taste that complements many different dishes perfectly. Try serving warm with crackers and cream cheese or layer it on top of your bagel for an exceptional breakfast option!
Use a meat thermometer to monitor the internal temperature of your fish to know when it’s ready, especially when smoking thicker fillets of salmon – you want to be sure they reach an internal temperature of at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit for proper results.
Recteq pellet smokers provide cutting-edge wifi connectivity, enabling you to control them from any location around the world using an app on your smartphone or other electronic device. Use it to turn on and off, adjust temperature settings, monitor meat probe temperatures in real-time – these features make your pellet grill an invaluable cooking tool, plus they come in different sizes and styles to suit any cooking need.
This easy smoked turkey recipe makes an amazing holiday feast! Great for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any special occasion meal!
This recipe is ideal for a 10- to 12-lb turkey and can be prepared using any method, from wood pellet (Traeger), charcoal, gas or electric smokers.
Prepare the grill for smoking by soaking wood chips for 30 minutes in water before removing one burner’s grill grate for indirect heating, adding the wood chips directly on this side, and turning up other burners on high to create smoke.
After prepping and mixing the butter rub ingredients, prepare your turkey by stuffing it with onions and garlic if desired. Place it into a roasting pan covered by foil, and during smoking process spray with chicken broth about every 45 minutes in order to maintain moisture in your bird. Smoke until it reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
Smoked Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes make an excellent side dish that compliments nearly all meals, but when combined with smoke they take on even greater depth of flavor! With no time investment required in preparation or topping choices from maple butter and pecans to brown sugar and bacon bits – sweet potatoes offer endless versatility when served smoked!
To make these delicious smoked sweet potatoes, all that’s required are fresh sweet potatoes, barbecue rub or seasonings and compound butter. When selecting firm sweet potatoes of uniform sizes for even cooking results and to ensure they stay together better when baking in foil packets.
Before smoking sweet potatoes, it’s a wise move to pierce each sweet potato several times with a fork, so that the steam can escape more freely during the smoking process and help ensure even cooking and tender fork-tenderness – an important step if you plan to poke holes into them with your fork easily!