Culinary Pro Amanda Haas is taking one of the best cuts of beef – tenderloin – and elevating it to new heights with an infusion of hardwood flavor and a zesty, Italian gremolata sauce.
Healthy Pellet Grill Recipes
Switch your chicken routine up and go with the bold flavors of Dennis the Prescott’s Chicken Tikka Drumsticks. These bad boys take an overnight bath in a marinade before going directly on the grill. Garnish with curry lime yogurt, fresh lime, cilantro and sliced red onion for wood-fired perfection.
The sweet taste of sherry wine blends with our signature wood-fired flavor to bring out the earthy tones of roasted mushrooms. We’re roasting these shrooms in a pan on the grill with butter, shallot, fresh thyme and heavy cream.
Crack open the wood-fired flavor with Rob Mondavi’s Lemon Rosemary Beer Can Chicken. This simple to make recipe pairs perfectly with Traeger’s Winemaker’s Blend Pellets and any of your favorite medium body red or white wines. Start by coating the entire chicken with the lemon juice, then sprinkle with salt, pepper and rosemary. Pop half a can of beer inside the chicken, and carefully place it on the grill. Once the chicken hits 165 degrees it’s good to go.
This reverse seared cowgirl cut steak recipe from Lydia Mondavi starts with a simple Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper rub, before smoking for an hour and finishing at a high temperature until the steak reaches 125-130 degrees F.
This accordion style dessert will have you singing about Traeger’s wood-fired flavor all day long. And, here’s a pro tip – when slicing the apples place wooden skewers on each side of the apples when slicing. The knife will stop at the skewers and your slices will be exactly the same size.
Take a trot on the wild side with John Dudley’s Grilled Wild Turkey Orange Cashew Salad. Start with two skinless, wild turkey breasts and marinade them in teriyaki sauce, fresh ginger and a blood orange soda. Roast on the Traeger, slice when finished and combine with a cashew salad.