These grilled jalapeno poppers with Applewood bacon are a great way to spice up your usual game day menu. It’s the perfect appetizer to serve before baby back ribs , as the bacon flavor primes the taste buds for the pork main event. And, you can never go wrong serving these with a slice. Whatever dish you choose, these Applewood Bacon Jalapeno Poppers with be a hit with your guests and may just bring a few uninvited guests over after word spreads.
Are you ready to celebrate grilling, Hawaiian style? Master the perfect summer appetizer or meal with these tangy Hawaiian Sliders mixed with coleslaw and leftover pulled pork and turn any grill out into a luau!
Competition Smoked Baby Back Ribs might be easy to prepare, but the flavors are worthy of any challenge. This recipe calls to start smoking the ribs with a dry rub and then applying a wet rub with apple juice and your favorite southern style BBQ sauce halfway through the cook. Utilizing the 2-2-1 method, the baby back rack of ribs will be fall off the bone tender with a tangy and sweet punch from the sauce. Pair this one with a side of coleslaw, mac and cheese , or potato salad and you’ll be in hog heaven with these championship pork ribs.
These Egg & Bacon French Toast Paninis are a breakfast worth getting out of bed for! Cooked and assembled in just minutes on the Pit Boss Platinum Series KC Combo, this epic breakfast sandwich starts with rich and hearty brioche French toast on the griddle and then topped with sizzling hot bacon and a perfectly fried egg. Top it all off with an extra dusting of cinnamon-sugar or maple syrup for a sweet and savory combo the whole family will love.
Irresistibly crispy and tender, braised pork carnitas are a mouthwatering addition to tacos, tostadas or any of your favorite Mexican dishes. Similar to burnt ends, tender and juicy pork chunks are braised on the pellet grill until deliciously crisp and golden on the edges with hints of wood-fired flavor. Serve inside homemade corn tortillas and top with queso fresco, zippy jalapenos, red onion and lime.
Queso is accepted in every household and that is what inspired this Pulled Pork themed version. Pit Boss Grills Ambassador James Brown (Check out @grillnation on Instagram) put together this decadent BBQ creation based on two of his fan favorites: Pulled Pork and Queso Dip. By combining the two recipes, the flavors of each are brought to a whole new level. Using three different types of cheeses gives the dip a super gooey and delicious flavor. If you and your family want to make something different, we highly suggest giving this BBQ Flavored Queso Dip a try.
Kick up your pulled pork with this Smoked Pork Butt with Sweet Chili Injection. Injecting pork with a liquid spreads delicious flavor throughout the meat, while adding moisture and preventing it from drying out. In this version, the pork is seasoned with a bold mixture of sweet chili and Blackened Sriracha, then injected throughout with a rich and tangy stock with rice vinegar and lime. The pork is smoked, then braised until succulent and flavorful. Serve with pan juices over rice and your favorite grilled veggies.
Jalapeno poppers, step aside. These bacon-wrapped pickles are sure to be a hit at your next party. Low-carb and keto-friendly, dill pickle spears are halved and stuffed with ground bratwurst and a smooth cream cheese filling, then wrapped up in bacon. The pickle poppers are crisped up on the pellet grill until golden, smoky and gooey. The perfect appetizer for those who prefer tangy flavors over spicy heat.
A new take on both the classic smoked pork loin and the iconic Cuban Sandwich, the Almirola Family Cuban Stuffed Pork Loin, named after a recipe from Pit Boss Ambassador Aric Almirola's heritage, will leave you wondering why you ever did it any other way. We commissioned Pit Boss Ambassador Paul Wickey (@wicked.bbq on Instagram) to execute this masterpiece, and he did so to perfection. First, assemble all of your classic Cubano fixins, then stuff them into a butterflied pork loin before smoking it low and slow on your Pit Boss Lockhart Platinum Series Combo Grill. Serve it up with some roasted garlic cauliflower for the perfect race day meal or just an excuse to try this merger of two timeless comfort foods.
This recipe is so simple, even if you are new to pellet grilling, you’ll be able to turn out a delicious meal in minutes. These Grilled Pork Chops are marinated for a few hours in brown sugar, rosemary, soy sauce, and water. Then, they are cooked on a searing hot grill. In moments you will have a delicious, juicy, and tender pork chop dinner.