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Traeger Tailgate Series: Bacon Bowl Bean Dip If you're looking to turn heads at your team's next game, look no further. Not only do you have an impressive bowl made of bacon, you have an amazing layered bean dip that will blow your mind. Bean dips have been a staple at parties and game days through the dawn of time, but this is not your ordinary appetizer, this is Traeger magic. Type: Post
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Tags : bacon, bacon bowl, dip, bean, guacamole, sour cream, salsa, dips, tailgating food, game day food, party food, new years,
Asparagus Fries with Balsamic-Mayo Dipping Sauce Crunchy - Salty - Little Bit Cheesy - Completely Dippable - Gone Before You Can Blink. Now that sounds like the kind of snack we can dig into! The hidden prize at the bottom of the cereal bag is that these asparagus fries are all that plus pretty darn good for you. They're perfect for parties or just when you're craving that wholly satisfying snack. Let the kids grab them by the fistful (if you're willing to share) and dip, dip away! They won't even realize that they're eating something remotely good for them, and let's be honest, sometimes that's for the best. Type: Post
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Tags : asparagus, balsamic mayo, dipping sauce, sides, appetizers, veggies,
Buffalo Chicken Dip in Your Salsabol To a lot us, March means two things. Nascar and March Madness. Both are great excuses to gather with some good people, your faithful Traeger and shove your face full of good food. Traeger's Buffalo Chicken Dip is the ultimate party pleaser. It's a marriage of the best parts of buffalo wings: that hit of throat-clenching heat with the soothing creaminess of the blue cheese dressing and of course lots of chips' best friend, CHEESE! Type: Post
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Tags : buffalo chicken dip, salsabol, dip, party dips, game day dips
Traeger Fried Pickles with Buttermilk Dip Though largely popular in the South, the fried pickle has hitchhiked its way onto the menu of some of our favorite diners. It's probably due to the that crunchy-hot-tang combo'd with a soothing creamy, herby buttermilk dipping sauce. Type: Post
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Tags : fried pickles, breaded pickles, buttermilk dip, appetizers, game day, party food, new years,
Traeger Tailgating: Bacon and Cheese Dip Whether you're cheering from your cozy recliner or tailgating and sitting close enough in the stands to taste the sweat of the players in the autumn air, every game needs a few good starters - especially when it comes to the grub. This Bacon and Cheese Dip, inspired by a Rachel Ray recipe, meets all of the top tailgating criteria. It's easy to prepare, quick to Traeger and mouthwateringly delicious. Type: Post
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Tags : Tailgating, game day, dips, new years, party, snack bacon, bacon cheese dip, chip dip
Roasted Red Pepper & Garlic White Bean Dip Roasted vegetables are the king of all vegetables. Throw in some white beans for creaminess, fresh herbs, lemon juice and olive oil and we're talkin' crave-worthy. This recipe is reminiscent of a hummus but smoother and you don't have to bother with trying to scrounge up some tahini. Type: Post
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Smoky Crab Dip Perhaps when you think "holiday" you don't think "crab". Well, think again! You always need a few easy munchies to keep the masses happy while you're putting the finishing touches on your grand feast spectacular. This Smoky Crab Dip will not only keep them happy, it will have them scrapping every last vestige outta that bowl. Type: Post
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Tags : crab, dip, smoky crab dip, dips, appetizers, party, holidays, new years, chip dip
(Healthy) Traeger Tailgating: Greek Yogurt Dip with Grilled Herbs Veggie trays are a great way to feed a crowd with mega munchies, and there is no guilt because you are loading up your loved ones with plenty of fresh vegetables! This recipe for a Greek Yogurt Dip with Grilled Herbs will add a new dimension of flavor to the typical "veggies and ranch" while also adding the great nutritional benefits in Greek yogurt of probiotics and protein. It takes just a few minutes to prepare and makes a batch big enough to feed your hungriest crowd. Serve alongside your favorite fresh vegetables and even your pickiest meat-ivores will be loading up their plates with the green stuff. Type: Post
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Tags : dips, dip, grilled herbs, herb dip, greek yogurt dip, veggie dip, party, game day, superbowl
Grilled Crab Legs- Traeger Style A perfect way to bring a little extra something special to your holiday celebrations is by serving up some crab legs, Traeger style. Steamed and smoked, then dipped in lemon-y cajun-seasoned butter (I mean, why not?!) these crab legs will be the shining star of your of your holiday table. There is the added bonus of crab legs being most affordable during the winter holidays. Type: Post
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Tags : seafood, crab legs, grilled crab, valentines, romantic, new years, Traeger crab legs
Baked Chicken Cordon Bleu Sure, deep fried chicken cordon bleu is a delicious classic. We've actually come to favor our baked version, coated in flavorful and crispy panko bread crumbs and cooked over Traeger's tasty wood smoke. For a bonus layer of flavor, mix equal parts mayonnaise and mustard and spoon on top of the chicken right after baking or serve on the side as a dipping sauce. Type: Post
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Traeger Kids: Halloween Mummy Hot Dogs and Monster Mac & Cheese Halloween is one of our favorite times of the year and it is even more exciting with little ghouls and goblins to share in all the fun. We used our Traeger to whip up some spooky delights for our tiniest spooks and got rave reviews. Serve the Monster Mac & Cheese in a cooked spinach "swamp" and dip those Mummy Dogs in puddles of ketchup "blood." The best part about cooking food for kids is getting them involved in the kitchen. Even the smallest fingers can help wrap dough around hot dogs and squirt scary faces on the mac & cheese. So grab your little ghosts and get Traeger'ing! Type: Post
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Tags : halloween, holidays, mummy dogs, monster mac & cheese, kids, party, hot dogs, sides
Pulled Pork Enchiladas with Smoke Roasted Red Sauce To celebrate Cinco de Mayo (or pretty much any time you want to fill your mouth with deliciousness) we came up with some flavorful Mexican favorites that are absolutely amazing hot off of the Traeger. Originally, enchiladas were served as street food and were simply corn tortillas dipped in chili sauce. We knew we could do so much better. Type: Post
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Tags : smoke roasted enchiladas, pulled pork enchiladas, red sauce, mexican, cinco de mayo, hispanic
Holiday Appetizers: Grilled Shrimp with Mustard Sauce Classic shrimp cocktail is a holiday staple around these parts. This year, we thought it would be fun to add in a little extra flavor in the form of a tangy marinade and savory dipping sauce. We had to include the traditional cocktail sauce to appease the purists, but we caught them stealing extra spoonfuls of this delicious mustard sauce when they thought we weren't looking. Type: Post
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Tags : appetizers, seafood, shrimp, mustard sauce, party food, new years, holidays
Sunday Suppers: Traeger Beef Roast This roast will replace that dried-out beef roast leather chip that nightmares are made of. Welcome to the tender, juicy roast of your dreams. The key to trapping all of those flavorful juices into the beef is the quick sear on High heat on your Traeger. DO NOT skip this step. It will make it a perfectly rosy-pink delicious, beef roast just like mama did or should have made. (Don't worry - we won't tell.) And the leftovers make for fabulous french dip sandwiches the next day! Type: Post
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Mini Sausage Rolls Think pigs in a blanket, remixed. Your favorite kind of sausage, wrapped in a flaky, buttery pastry makes for a craveable, pop-in-your-mouth appetizer. The honey mustard dip just brings this baby home. Type: Post
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Tags : sausage rolls, breakfast, brunch, appetizers, party food, game day food, sausage
Roasted Apples with Dried Fruit, Nut and Cheese Stuffing The perfect fall desserts are warm, full of rich flavors, and (if you're a lucky Traeger owner) roasted with delicious wood smoke. These apples hit all of the right qualifications for an absolutely outstanding fall treat, and are so simple to prepare and bake, you'll come back to this recipe over and over again. We have been known to core and stuff the apples the morning of, then throw them on the grill to bake while dinner is cooking. If preparing in advance, just make sure to dip the partially skinned apples in a bowl filled with 6 cups of water and the juice of a lemon. This will prevent them from browning before you have a chance to bake them. Type: Post
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Tags : apples, dessert, stuffed apples, fall, thanksgiving, halloween
Zesty "Bang Bang" Shrimp Skewers In case you haven't heard all the scuttlebutt (it's a word!), Bang Bang Shrimp is all the rage. Those crunchy, breaded shrimp fried up to golden-deliciousness and then smothered in a spicy, creamy sauce are irresistible! The dish originated at the Bonefish Grill and is pretty much "da bomb". So why feel restrained to enjoy it by your proximity to a restaurant when we can recreate it ourselves? On the Traeger, of course. Type: Post
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Tags : shrimp, seafood, bang bang shrimp, asian shrimp, appetizers, best shrimp,
Summertime Finger Food: Grilled Shrimp Cocktail For those summer get-togethers that we all love to have, shrimp cocktail is a kickin' crowd-favorite. Without fail, throngs of people gather 'round to gobble it up as fast as you can serve it. Traeger's take is to grill up the shrimp with a shake of a peppery rub that goes great with the heat of the horseradish and hot sauce in the sweet cocktail dip. Type: Post
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Tags : grilled shrimp, shrimp cocktail, seafood, party, summer, appetizers, finger food,
Simple Side Dishes: Red Curry Cauliflower "Popcorn" When you spend precious time perfecting your brisket, you need an arsenal of simple and delicious sides that you can throw together just minutes before meal time. Chop the cauliflower in advance, or buy it pre-cut so all you have to do is shake on the flavor and toss it on your Traeger. These little morsels are not only tasty, they are super fun to eat. The golden color they get from the Thai Red Curry spice earned them the "popcorn" title and because they just sounded fun, our Traeger kids couldn't get enough! Pop them in, as is, or serve them with a side of creamy ranch for dipping. Recipe inspiration from Mel's Kitchen Cafe Type: Post
Tags : cauliflower, red curry, sides, easy sides, side dishes, vegetables, veggies,
Italian Beef Sandwiches Italian Beef Sandwiches satisfy that caveman-meaty urge in all of us to bite into something juicy and beefy that strings melted cheese with each bite. The best part? It's slapped between two halves of a pillowy, but crunchy roll and topped with caramelized peppers and onions. This Chicago city favorite meets all of those requirements and tastes even better because of the dimension of fresh flavor, thanks to the Traeger's smoky touch. Type: Post
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Tags : Italian beef, sandwiches, picnic food,