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I've never cooked on a pellet grill - What's your go to recipe?

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    I've never cooked on a pellet grill - What's your go to recipe?

    I'm heading to the coast where I'll have access to a pellet grill. What are the best things to cook on pellet grills?

    #2
    Pork Ribs.

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      #3
      I second that, pork ribs or as an alternative roasted chicken.

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        #4
        Third that. WIBS!

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          #5
          beer can chicken.

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            #6
            Sorry I cain't offer any ideas, Brother...

            Never played with one, afore.

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            • bbqLuv
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              I luv me Pellet Grill, "The Lazy Man's 'Stick Burner'!"
              Grind Sticks into sawdust then formed in to pallets.

            #7
            Sounds like ribs are running away with it.

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              #8
              Around here it’s a tossup between pork ribs (rubbed with MMD and sauced with either Sweet Baby Ray’s or Bullseye) or chicken thighs (rubbed with S&G). Pizza is a close third.

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              • Attjack
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                I'll probably do my own rib recipe but since I would be doing multiple racks MD does sound like a good idea. When it comes to pizza I might have a hard time going back from 900f 3 minute pies.

              #9
              Brisket and ribs in one big cook

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                #10
                Pork steaks cut from pork butt are easy, quick (as far as bbq goes) and foolproof.2-2.5 hours are 240 does them well. Give a generous coating of your favorite pork rub and turn over about 1:30 into the cook.

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                • Jfrosty27
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                  Yup that’s another good one. I do theseall the time.

                • Mr. Bones
                  Mr. Bones commented
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                  A fave here, as well...I likeys smashed taters, gravy, an green beans with bacon n onion in, to make me a happy meal, plus some biscuits, or either some cornbread...
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; October 6, 2020, 08:07 PM.

                #11
                Not a recipe but I always thought chicken parts tasted better on a pellet grill.

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                  #12
                  Can't go wrong with pork butt.

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                    #13
                    I take the opposite approach. The pellet grill is not much of a smoker as they really don't smoke much. I treat it as the best outdoor oven I have. So absolutely anything that you would normally cook in your indoor oven, your outdoor pellet grill will make it better.

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                    • Attjack
                      Attjack commented
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                      That's similar to how I view my kamado.

                    • Mr. Bones
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                      Point well made, My Brothers!

                      So very good to see yer shinin face, if even only briefly...
                      Last edited by Mr. Bones; October 18, 2020, 07:24 PM. Reason: s

                    • Attjack
                      Attjack commented
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                      I should add that do consider my kamado a smoker but that I also view it as an outdoor oven.

                    #14
                    My regulars that often make it to the week night menu are, chicken,(both parts and whole) meatloaf, and steaks. If you want to amp up the smoke flavor, I highly recommend a smoke tube like this. Fill it with the wood chips of your choice, light it up with a propane torch, and enjoy. Rib, brisket, and pulled pork are all in easy grasp.

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                      #15
                      Big fan of spatchcocked chicken. Dry brine overnight then cook at 350. Also love love love beef short ribs.

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