Recteq began manufacturing wood pellet grills near Augusta, GA in 2009. Their products feature advanced technologies and top quality materials, providing users with multiple cooking options from smoking to searing and everything in between.
Come home to delectable smoked ribs, succulent briskets that melt in your mouth, and perfectly seared steaks featuring irresistible grill marks – these recipes from Recteq make making these meals easy enough to do in just an evening!
1. Korean Pork Burgers
Perfect weeknight dinner recipe that packs an explosion of tantalizing Asian flavors! Only takes 30 minutes to make on your Rec Tec pellet grill!
This recipe boasts an unforgettable combination of ground pork, kimchi, shiitake mushrooms, hoisin sauce, and spicy Korean BBQ sauce – when combined with toasted buns and generous amounts of shredded lettuce leaves you have truly delicious burgers that won’t stop coming back for more!
2. Jerk Pork Tenderloin
Food racks help ensure even cooking, without over or undercooking on any one side. In addition, using them allows the top surface of the pork tenderloin to benefit from heat of the grill for a crispier top crust.
Make this dinner truly delectable with the perfect blend of jerk seasoning. Thyme, allspice and cinnamon provide extra flavor that brings it all together for an irresistibly tasty taste – an ideal weeknight main course option!
3. Smoked Prime Ribs
Explore recteq recipes with ease with this mouthwatering and easy recipe! This delectable dish is smoked to tender and flavorful perfection before being given an irresistibly irresistible kick with the addition of an irresistible sauce.
REC TEC pellet grills are perfect for crafting delicious recipes to impress friends and family, with temperature precision and flexibility making it easier than ever to craft restaurant-quality dishes! Think perfectly smoked ribs with irresistible barks, juicy briskets that melt in your mouth, or seared steaks that make your mouth water just by looking at them!
4. Pulled Pork
This recipe uses pork shoulder (commonly referred to as Pork Butt or Boston Butt), which requires long hours in the oven before smoking for maximum flavor infusion.
Bourbon and sugar both help tenderize meat while coke adds sweet and spicy notes for this easy recipe, perfect for sandwiches, tacos or quesadillas! It can also be made in an Instant Pot/pressure cooker.
5. Kung Pow Brussels Sprouts
When looking for something quick and simple to throw on the Rec Tec pellet grill, these Kung Pow Brussels sprouts are sure to hit the mark. Light, crispy and coated in an irresistibly spicy, sweet, salty sauce they’re just asking to be devoured!
These Brussels sprouts are air fried until tender and lightly browned before being coated in a spicy, sweet, sticky Kung Pao sauce – serve over rice with salty peanuts for an irresistibly delicious meal!
6. Kung Pow Potatoes
Kung Pow Potatoes is the ideal dish to add a splash of zest to any dinner routine, featuring crispy potatoes, flavorful red pepper, garlic onion ginger peanuts in sweet and sour sauce and peanuts for maximum impact!
With total temperature precision and flexibility, there’s no end to what your REC TEC can cook! Here are a few delicious yet simple wood pellet grill recipes.
7. Smoked Beef Brisket
Brisket is a large two muscle cut of beef best suited to slow cooking due to its tough exterior. Allowing ample time for its connective tissue to break down over an extended period can yield succulent results, creating tender meat.
An Rrecteq wood pellet grill makes that possible! Established by Ron Cundy and Ray Carnes, Rrecteq offers world class customer service from real people – something few other brands can boast about!
8. Asian Salmon
For an effortless weeknight meal that boasts all of the Asian flavor you could ask for, this salmon dish comes together quickly and will surely impress. Pair it with our Kung Pow Brussels Sprouts and coconut rice to round out this perfect pairing!
Ingredients include soy sauce (regular, low sodium or coconut aminos), rice vinegar, oyster sauce, Sriracha sauce, minced garlic and ginger mince, sugar, salt, pepper cornstarch and water.
Add all ingredients to a bowl and whisk to blend them evenly, before coating your salmon with the prepared sauce and cooking until tender and well seared on each side.
9. Pineapple Pizza
Pineapple adds an appealingly sweet element to pizza, creating an irresistibly decadent dish.
Sam Panopoulos, a Greek-Canadian restaurateur, first created pineapple pizza in 1962 to draw in new customers by pairing its sweet fruit and savory ham together. At that time in Canada there was an emerging Tiki trend which led him to name it Hawaiian pizza for marketing reasons.
Many Italians consider adding pineapple to pizza anathema to Italian culinary heritage and traditions, yet Gordon Ramsay and Iceland President Gudni Thorlacius Johannesson strongly disagree with this view.