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Roasted Jalapeno Cheddar Deviled Eggs Easter is almost upon us and that means a lot of things to a lot of people, but here at Traeger HQ it mostly means delectable ham and flavorful stuffed deviled eggs. Sure you can stick with the traditional boiled egg/mayo combination, but if you've got a Traeger then please don't. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : deviled eggs, easter, jalapeno deviled eggs, jalapeno
Grilled Buffalo Blue-Cheese Corn Fresh, golden ears of corn are coming into your farmer's markets, supermarkets and gardens in droves right about now. And they taste so deliciously sweet that you've probably been tempted to devour them raw a time or two. Well, hold off on the corn feast until after you try our Buffalo Corn, a recipe concocted by recipe guru, Nancy Loseke. It's a quick recipe (perfect for tailgating) that harnesses all of those finger-licking "buffalo" flavors with a hot sauce-butter, a sprinkle of celery salt and a generous heaping of blue cheese. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : corn, grilled corn, buffalo corn, blue cheese, summer, gameday, sides, tailgating
Thai Red Curry And Brown Sugar-Rubbed Salmon With Avocado Crema Deviating from those tried and trusted classic seasonings can be intimidating. But, fear not. We are here to be your flavor safety net and wipe away any hesitance and misconceptions that you may have about the fabulous new additions to the famed Traeger spice family. We'll highlight some excellent recipes for you to make to break in these robust rubs. They are definitely risks worth the reward. Type: Post
Categories : Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : avocado, avocado sauce, thai red curry salmon, salmon, seafood
Traeger Thanksgiving: Classic Green Bean Casserole with BACON Make your own fried onions for the top, if you will, but do not take away our Thanksgiving classic, Green Bean Casserole. There are just some things you can't really mess with....unless you add bacon, that is. (Don't act surprised. You know we can't resist.) Regardless of how you like to do this classic right, just make sure you reserve it a place on your table AND, more importantly, on your Traeger. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : casserole, green bean, bacon, Thanksgiving, sides, holidays, Christmas, vegetables
Traeger Camping: Tinfoil Breakfast - Eggs in a Hashbrown Nest Tin dins are brilliant one-plate wonders. Everything from protein to veggies to carbohydrates all in one neat, shiny package. Of course we couldn't leave breakfast out of the mix. We're talking about an egg cooked to perfection in a hash brown nest on top of a spicy sausage foundation. Breakfast has never looked this good. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : camping, breakfast tinfoil breakfast, sausage, eggs, hashbrowns
Pork Tenderloin with Garlic and Herbs A quick cooking pork tenderloin is the perfect solution for a weeknight dinner, or a delicious and impressive meal for company. We upped the flavor experience by marinating our pork tenderloin in a robust combination or fresh herbs and garlic. Throw the marinade over the pork before you leave for work in the morning and it is perfectly flavored and ready for grilling when you get home. Serve alongside some quick cooking roasted vegetables and you've got yourself a no-fuss meal your family will rave about. Type: Post
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Tags : pork tenderloin, garlic and herb pork tenderloin, pork
HOMEMADE BEER-BRAISED CORNED BEEF BRISKET "QUESTION: Does “corned beef” raise the specter in your mind of pinkish chopped meat and congealed fat compressed in a Spam-like tin? Or do you associate the term with a s ..." Type: Post
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Traeger Tools: Salmon Spatula with Blackened Saskatchewan Salmon There is a pride and satisfaction to be had in cooking a beautiful whole fillet of fish. It makes you feel like the fish has been taken fresh out of the river and put on your plate. (for some of you avid fishermen, that just may be the case!) The problem is trying to figure out how to handle that big slab of fish without either juggling it between two spatulas or ending up with a massacred piece (or pieces) of fish. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Kitchen and BBQ Gadgets, Product Guides, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide
Tags : blackened saskatchewan, blackened salmon, salmon spatula, salmon recipe
Brisket 101: The Epitome of Low & Slow As most experienced grillers and barbecuers will tell you, beef brisket is one of the most challenging cuts of meat to cook properly. In fact, we’ve heard it said that it’s a little like playing checkers: It only takes a few minutes to learn the game, but it can take a lifetime to master. Well, folks, not if you own a Traeger. Type: Post
Categories : Tricks And Hints
Maple Bacon Pull Aparts If your family is like mine, you are split down the middle about what makes the ideal breakfast meal. Half of us love the indulgent, sweet stuff in the morning. The other half consistently request more savory side of breakfast. We either end up cooking 2 different things for breakfast or half of us cede victory to whoever weilded the spatula and graciously eat whatever was prepared for us. It is no way to live, people. It is this breakfast battle that led me to this particular recipe. Perhaps you have tried these Cinnamon Pull Aparts. They are outstanding. I would eat them for breakfast everyday, but in an effort to satisfy my husband's meat tooth I added a few little alterations and these beauties were born. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide
Tags : baking, easy recipes, recipes, maple bacon pull aparts, breakfast
Valentine's Day Feast to Impress There’s a day circled in red on your calendar and it’s creeping closer. It’s Valentine’s Day. You’ve got two days to figure out how to woo and wow that special someone in your life. It’s time to prove your love. We know you can hear your Traeger calling your name. There’s no better way to show someone that you love them than by hitting them in their sweet spot. It’s medically proven that there’s a direct path from your stomach to your heart. Okay, so maybe that's not true but it should be. Here’s a meal that will win over the heart and stomach of the love of your life. Type: Post
Categories : Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide
Tags : Valentines dinner, Valentines day food, smoked beef tenderloin, blue cheese butter, roasted beet salad, roasted new potatoes
Traeger's 4 Most Popular Wing Recipes Sometimes it's not a question of whether or not to make wings but rather which wings to make? We thought it would be quite appropriate, with the Final Four coming up, to give you the top four favorite wing recipes, a.k.a - the "Wing Final Four" and let YOU decide which wing you think should win the top spot. Let's meet our contenders... Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide
Tags : best wing recipes, chicken wings, most popular wing recipes, traeger's chicken wings
Smoked Onion Rings Give me a slushy in one hand, a burger in the other and a tray of onions rings in my lap and summer will be in full effect. Onion rings are one of those dangerously addictive and instantly gratifying snacks that magically disappear before you can even close the lid on the Traeger. Our recipe for Smoked Onion Rings from our Guilt Free - Love, Laugh, Grill cookbook, although not fried, will have you pulling the same magic trick out of your own Traeger. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : onion rings, smoked onion rings, appetizers, sides,
Traeger Rib Rack and Baby Back Ribs with Maple-Bourbon Glaze We all know and love the 3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs and without a doubt they are fall-off-the-bone, slap-your-mama good. But perhaps you're in a time crunch or just may want to explore some other kinds of ribs. These Baby Back Ribs with Maple-Bourbon Glaze are definitely worth discovering. And let's be honest. Can you ever have too many ribs? Well, Traeger is one step ahead of you. To make sure you never come up short, we have for you, Traeger Nation, our Rib Rack. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide
Tags : Maple bourbon glaze ribs, amazing ribs, best rib recipe, traeger's rib rack, quick ribs easy ribs
Smoke-Roasted Chicken with Herbed Butter & Roasted Potatoes Chicken on the Traeger is almost guaranteed to be fall-apart juicy and tender with that perfect cracklin' skin but sometimes they always don't have as much flavor as you'd like. We have a solution that starts with crafting your own seasoned butter loaded with fresh herbs and a bit of lemony tang. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : whole chicken, smoke roasted chicken, herbed butter chicken, roasted potatoes, chicken, easy meal
Barbecued Chicken Quesadillas Here at Traeger, we love to test the waters and see what these amazing grills are really capable of. Sure, you know they are amazing at turning out top notch brisket, pulled pork, and ribs, but how often do you utilize your grill for every day meals? We want to you to feel like your Traeger is the rockstar of your theoretical culinary band. Tyring out simple recipes like these delicious and fast quesadillas can really turn your Traeger into a daily appliance opposed to a weekend hobby. Even the easiest and most common of meals taste better than you imagined when you are cooking it on your Traeger! Type: Post
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Tags : chicken breasts, quesadillas, mexican, hispanic, barbecued, tortillas,
Smoked New England Clam Chowder If there's one thing New England knows how to do right, it's clam chowder. It's a steamy, creamy bowl of clam-filled comfort. If this doesn't soothe your troubles away and put you into a satisfied, sleepy stupor, we don't know what will. Type: Post
Categories : How To, Recipes, Step-By-Step Guide, Tricks And Hints
Tags : smoked soup, smoked clam chowder, new england clam chowder, comfort food, soups, winter, cold,
Day-After Breakfast: Ham & Egg Cups Hot breakfasts taste so much better than that cold bowl of soggy cereal. There's something about the smell of sizzling eggs, ham and cheese grilling away that makes you instantly start salivating. Even better? This breakfast is fast, delicious and simple with only three ingredients. Type: Post
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Tags : ham cups, ham and eggs, breakfast, brunch, christmas, holidays,
Roasted Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus Sometimes pork can be a bit confusing - not that we're going to complain because as long as it comes from a pig and is cooked on the Traeger, we'll eat it with a big smile. When it comes to bacon, pancetta and prosciutto, sometimes you scratch your head and think, "What's the difference between these again??" They certainly all taste delicious! Type: Post
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Tags : asparagus, prosciutto wrapped, sides, appetizers, summer, veggies, vegetables,
Traeger's Chicken Pot Pie There is nothing more comforting than a homemade Chicken Pot Pie. Sadly, many people feel intimidated because it seems like a lengthy process. Here at Traeger, we take pride in creating dishes that are not only delicious, but simple enough for any home cook. Our version of this classic recipe calls for leftover chicken (Chicken C, anyone?) and a store bought crust. Easy Peasy! Type: Post
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Tags : comfort food, chicken pot pie, pie