Never overlook the humble roll. They are the glue that ties meal together. And our favorite go-to rolls are these Parker House Rolls. Try topping with them poppy seeds, sesame seeds and salt flakes for even more flavor.
Looking for inspiration for your next meal? We’ve got you covered. From beef, pork, fish and chicken to vegetables and desserts, we’ve got what you are looking for. And since Traeger Grills are the most versatile cooking solution on the market, you can do more with your Traeger than just grilling. With 6-in-1 versatility, we’ve got pellet grill recipes that let you grill, smoke, braise, bake, roast and BBQ.
This roasted carrot recipe is great way to break up heavy and rich sides that usually populate meals. Bright, crunchy relish studded with pomegranate makes this both visually pleasing and full of flavor.
Don’t settle for that sad boxed stuffing from the store. Go with fresh flavor instead. Start with cornbread, then sauté a pound of sausage and add both to a cast-iron skillet. Add in sautéed onion and celery as well as an herb mixture and combine with eggs and milk. Finally, cook at 325°F for about an hour.
Smoked pomegranate BBQ sauce on baby back ribs? Yeah, you read that right. The Modern Proper went into the lab to make some truly unique ribs. With a 24-hour brine and a smokin' sauce, you can't go wrong with this sticky sweet combo.
Strapped for time, or looking to maximize space on your grill? Then a spatchcocked turkey is the way to go. Start by removing the turkey’s backbone, which will include cutting through the ribs. Then split the breast bone by pushing down with your hands to spread the turkey flat. Season generously then lay the bird spread out directly on the grill.
Try our take on a Turkey meal staple with whatever bread you like for homemade wood-fired flavor. Just cut your loaf of choice in cubes and let it sit out uncovered overnight to dry out. Or if you’re crunched for time, toast it in the oven at 250°F for 30 minutes.