Traeger Sauce Guide
Our most popular sauce by far! Wonderful fruit flavor which enhances pork, chicken,
whitefish. Caution! This sauce is highly addictive!
Get the warmth of chili flavor without the volcano effect. Zesty and flavorful.
You'll find this sauce compliments just about every type of meat, poultry and seafood.
A South of the border favorite, great with beef.
Full of flavor. We’ve combined the richness of honey with the smoothness of bourbon
to create this one-of-a-kind sauce.
The exotic Far East meets West. Sweet and hot. Just right for that Oriental flair.
If you enjoy our Apricot sauce, you'll love this one!
Our original sauce. A good, basic sauce with rich flavor. A departure from traditional
tomato based sauces.
If you love ribs, you'll definitely want to use this sauce. The first tomato based
sauce to receive our stamp of approval. There's a nice zing to this sauce.
The right time to add sauce to your meat is AFTER you take it off your Traeger.
Many of our sauces contain sugar. When sugar is exposed to high or prolonged heat
it caramelizes and burns. We strongly recommend that you pour the sauce on the meat
after it's cooked.
A pastry brush is an excellent utensil for painting sauce on your meat or poultry
This is especially true when you want to use the sauce as a glaze.
Want to add a little heat to your sauce? Add a teaspoon or two of cayenne pepper
to the sauce. CAUTION! Unless you really like it hot, add a little cayenne at a
time until you reach the right degree of heat for your taste buds.
To warm your sauce up in your Traeger, pour it into a heat resistant bowl and place
it on the far left of the grill. It will only take a few minutes for it to warm
up. CAUTION be sure to wear a protective mitt or glover to prevent burning your
Our sauces and seasonings blend well with one another. We recommend that you put
the dry seasoning on the meat first, then paint the sauce on the meat. We suggest
that you wait until you remove the meat from the grill before applying the sauce.