Infuse smoky and spicy notes into a delicious and tender sirloin with a crunchy crust. This reverse sear sirloin steak recipe is topped with a tangy Chimichurri sauce and allows you to get a crispy char without sacrificing internal temperature.
Tired of making traditional hamburgers on your grill? Looking for a decadent recipe for smoked BBQ burgers that will satisfy your guests cravings? Look no further than this Boss Burger with melted cheddar on sourdough bread. Make a ground beef burger that takes advantage of everything your Pit Boss, 8 in 1 Grill has to offer. Smoke and then char for smoky flavor with the classic grill marks burgers are known for.
Learn how to make Brisket Burnt Ends with this simple recipe that uses a Georgia style mustard-based BBQ sauce. These burnt ends make a great appetizer for a game day party. Fire this one up in the morning and you should have them ready to go for the afternoon kick off.
These Smoked Beef Short Ribs are first smoked on the Pit Boss for 2 hours, naked on the grill gates, for maximum flavor absorption. After reaching an internal temperature of 145°F where the meat can no longer absorb smoke, the ribs are placed in a baking dish where they are braised in an apple juice and apple cider vinegar mixture that breaks down the fat and collagen, rendering out of this world fall off the bone ribs. The result is Smoked Beef Short Ribs that will have your guests begging to come back for more.
They say everything is better with bacon, and smoked brisket is no exception. We seasoned the brisket flat in our Texas-style Pit Boss Lonestar Brisket Rub then smoked it low and slow. Halfway through the cook, the flat is wrapped in bacon, which renders as it cooks, adding delicious moisture and flavor to the brisket.