Just when you thought smoked brisket couldn’t get any better, this Chili Pepper Rubbed Brisket is here to prove you wrong. This version starts with a smoky and spicy Chili Pepper Rub made from toasted arbol chilies, ancho peppers, coriander, and savory herbs and spices. The brisket is rubbed generously then smoked low and slow then crutched until moist and tender. The result is a bold and perfectly seasoned bark and tender slices of mouthwatering beef.
This Brisket Style Tri Tip has all the delicious flavors of your favorite smoked brisket but made in half the time. Also known as Santa Maria steak, the tri tip roast cut is heavily marbled and full marbling, making it similar to brisket in terms of tender, beefy flavor. The tri tip is slathered in mustard and a generous dusting of Java Chophouse, then smoked low and slow and crutched until tender. Slice and serve with your favorite BBQ fixin’s.
Craving authentic Carne Asada street tacos? Throw a skirt steak on a Pit Boss Grill and let the smoky flavors take you back to your favorite time at Taco Tuesday. This recipe is easy to prepare and will serve you and three of your friends while you hang out and crack wise.
The reverse sear has recently gained popularity over the regular sear and for good reason. It’s just a great way to cook a thick cut of steak to the perfect internal temperature while still getting that beautiful and flavorful sear crust. This reverse seared steak recipe calls for a T Bone cut and direct, flame broiled heat.
When you’re craving a big, juicy burger with smoky, bacon flavor, there’s only one answer: a Pepper Jack Bacon Burger on a Pit Boss Pellet Grill. This easy recipe serves 7 hungry people. Leave your guests’ bellies full and satisfied with 3 lbs of grilled ground chuck and cheesy, bacon goodness
The pepper jack cheese gives this burger a subtle, spicy kick. You’ll want to get a good quality brand of cheese, so those peppery flavors are nice and pronounced, yet balanced by the creamy, jack cheese. Now imagine that mixed with crispy bacon and a deliciously tender burger and you have one heck of a dish.
Sometimes, it’s good to be king or to at least treat yourself like one. Spoil yourself tonight with a bone-in grilled tomahawk steak seasoned with our Chophouse steak seasoning and topped with rosemary garlic butter sauce. The Tomahawk is one of the most popular and visually appealing steak cuts in the industry. So, if you have a guest, this recipe will surely impress as well.
This Easy Smoked Ribs recipe takes little effort but delivers big, sweet pork flavors. Using 2 racks of baby back ribs, the low and slow four and a half hour smoke renders them juicy, smoky and delicious. The last 45 minutes of the cook is dedicated to locking in those flavors and sealing them with a nice crust as the ribs cook inside foil at temperatures of 350°F.
The versatility and ease of your Pit Boss Grill is displayed in just a few easy steps making this recipe one that you’ll bring out of your play book time and time again. Perfect for a game day meal or part of a Sunday Night feast.