We decided to cook our pasties on the pellet grill a few nights ago, and the smoky grilled flavor was definitely pleasing, and I would think, authentic to the pasty's traditional origins. I bet even the "Cornish Pasty Association" would approve!
We grilled this pizza last weekend on the Kuma grill and it turned out amazing, in fact it was easily the best homemade pizza I have ever tasted. We have used this basic recipe several times before, but this time everything came together for pizza perfection!
You see tons of recipes online for smoked salmon but very little for smoked steelhead so I adapted a recipe for smoked salmon. It must have worked because my 7 year old said it was "A thousand times amazing!".
The rub that I used for this recipe is the Smokey Honey Habanero fromSavorX Spice & Flavor Co. We met these folks at a BBQ competition in Coeur d’ alene ID this last summer and have really enjoyed the unique spice blends that they offer in their rubs. Don’t let the Habanero scare you, these wings had the perfect balance of sweet and hot.
I love a classic diner burger with American cheese, pickles, mustard and ketchup. This is definitely not a classic but if you are going to change things up on the burger: pineapple and a sweet teriyaki sauce are amazing. I first had these burgers camping with some friends and ever since, they have been on the short list for my favorite burgers. Doing these on the pellet grill adds extra flavor to the pineapple.
A recipe that our family has previously enjoyed from the oven, now can be enjoyed from the grill. With some bonus smoke flavor and a sweet and tangy homemade sauce, this is a great recipe for your pellet grill any time of year.
It is 27° tonight and dropping, Lets cook some T-bones on the Kuma Grill! Now the difference in flavor between a steak done on a gas grill or a steak done on a pellet grill is minimal. The pellet grill is cooking so efficiently on higher temperatures that you do not get as much smoke flavor. Whether or not you want smoke flavor on your steak, you definitely want a hot searing temperature for a juicy steak.
The T-bones I cooked tonight were a super simple recipe: Steaks, Montreal seasoning, and a hot grill. I set the pellet grill to 480° and let it pre-heat for about 30 minutes to get the grilling grids nice and hot.