Grillin’ Recipes

BBQ075-1                                                         BBQ400 Select

A lot of our customers have asked for recipes that would work well with the wood pellet grills that we sell. The best recipes are those from our customers as they have been tried and are proven to be a delight to the palette!

Here are a few but we are always looking for more! If you have one, email it to getcheapheat@gmail.com and we will add it to our page – after trying it out, of course!

* Before following the recipe directions for all recipes, follow the guidelines for properly starting your grill. *

Grilled Cabbage

Type of Pellets: Hickory

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: One hour

Directions:

  1. Properly start your grill.
  2. Remove the core from the head of cabbage.
  3. Pour a tablespoon of beef bouillon into the hole.
  4. Put a stick of butter on top of the bouillon.
  5. Place cabbage on top of aluminum foil – hole side up- and wrap the foil around cabbage being careful not to cover the hole of the cabbage.
  6. Cook until done, about an hour.

Recipe sent to us from:  Mr. Godwin from Lake City, SC

Another Customer changed the recipe for a shorter cook time.

  1. Cut the cabbage into small pieces and place on a cookie sheet that has been covered with aluminum foil.
  2. Melt stick of butter
  3. Mix butter and a tablespoon of beef bouillon in bowl or measuring cup.
  4. Pour mixture on top of cabbage.
  5. Cook at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes but check to make sure cabbage is done.

Breakfast on the Grill

Type of Pellets: Hickory

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: depends on how you like to cook your sausages

Directions:

  1. Properly start your grill.
  2. Cook some of your favorite sausages on the grill.
  3. About 10 minutes before the sausages are done, simply pour your pancake mix on a buttered cookie sheet.
  4. You may add fresh blueberries or other fruit that you may like.
  5. Cook till done!

Recipe sent to us by Karen Evans, Coward, SC

Cubed Potatoes

Type of Pellets: Alder, hickory, or your favorite pellet

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook Time:  45 minutes to One hour

Directions:

  1. Properly start your grill.
  2. After grill starts, turn temperature to 350 degrees.
  3. Wash and cube red potatoes.
  4. Put potatoes in oven safe glass bowl.
  5. Add 1 packet of your favorite Lipton onion seasoning to potatoes.
  6. Pour a tablespoon of Olive Oil with mixture of potatoes and onion seasoning.
  7. Stir till mixed well.
  8. Cook until done.

Recipe sent to us by Karen Evans, Coward, SC

Jalapeno Peppers

Type of Pellets: Alder

Prep time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: depends on bacon

Directions:

  1. Cut peppers length wise and de-seed and de-vein peppers.
  2. Fill peppers with cream cheese.
  3. Wrap bacon around pepper and place toothpick to hold bacon on the pepper.
  4. Set temperature to 350 degrees and cook until the bacon is how you like it.

Another twist is to fill the peppers with sausage and cream cheese mixture!

Recipe sent by M. Driggers, Lake City, SC

Smoked Turkey

Type of Pellets: your favorite but Alder was originally used.

Prep time:  30 minutes

Cook time: Eight and half hours of grilling time. Would be good to do over night.

Directions:

  1. Properly start your grill.
  2. Smoke a turkey for 8 hours at 250º –300 º.
  3. Once the 8 hours have passed, pull the meat off the turkey as if you were pulling pork from a pig.
  4. Pour your favorite BBQ sauce on the turkey.
  5. Put turkey back on the grill for 30 minutes at 250º and enjoy!

* Grilling Tip—if your BBQ Sauce is too spicy, add honey!*

Recipe sent by J. Teal, Lake City, SC

Grilled Corn Bread

Type of Pellets: Your favorite

Prep time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: Use cook times as printed on box of corn bread mix

Directions:

  1. Grease a corn bread style cast iron skillet.
  2. Using your favorite corn bread mix, pour into skillet.
  3. Have butter beans and glass of Sweet Tea ready as you will want to devour corn bread once you take it off the grill.

Recipe sent by Mr. Hale, Lake City, SC

Also, visit Traegergrills.com for more delicious recipes!