Traeger Grill and Smoker Cookbook: 150+ Easy, Delicious and Budget-Friendly Wood pallet smoker and BBQ Grill Recipes for Your Whole Family
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Wood pellet grills are all the rage nowadays, and one of the best brands on the market is Traeger. Traeger Grills is a company in Oregon. It started when a person named Traeger choose to make a grill that would not fire up uncontrollably after one of his gas grills burnt. Now it has more than 6 models to its name with its sides of rubs and sauces. Their grill uses all-natural flavor woods or pellets as fuel.
Traeger wood pellet grills work with a motor moving a screw, which causes flames to increase or decrease by controlling the pellets’ fire. The smoke and flames than go into a chimney, which reduces fire hazards and burning of the meat. The wood provides an extra level of taste, which makes a more sophisticated flavor profile making every dish more delicious. There are many flavors that woods can provide like cherry, apple, or pecan.
The wood pellet grill developed by Joe Traeger has been the standard for most of the electric grills and smokers we have in our market today.
Traeger grills are sturdy outdoor cookers that are multi-functional and have been consistently among the overall top choice for wood pellet grills. Made from high-quality steel that has been powder-coated to give you that high-end finish, it is a worthy investment if you ever decide to take the plunge and purchase your own.
It is extremely versatile since you can smoke, grill, barbecue, bake, broil, braise, and roast with one equipment.
Traeger grills have continually improved with newer models equipped with the new direct drive mechanism that’s meant to improve all the things we already love from the previous models.
Traeger wood pellets don’t just serve as fuel, but it can also be tailored to your recipe to bring out the best-tasting flavors to wow your guests. Choose from among their bestsellers: The Signature blend, Texas Beef blend, Hickory, Apple, Mesquite, Pecan, Oak, and Cherry.
Pellet grills are plug and play cookers that rely on standard household electricity to function. Similar to an oven, it makes use of convection to thoroughly cook the food and infuse it with that signature smoky flavor that we all love.
You must first fill the hopper with pellets and flip the switch to turn it on. A hot rod will then start to burn the pellets in a small chamber called a firepot. The hot air and smoke produced from the combustion are later dispersed inside the cooking chamber with the use of intake fans until the desired temperature is reached. A cylindrical blade called an auger, continues to turn and feed pellets to the firepot to sustain the heat while you cook.
Pellet grills are far more superior to their outdated and old-fashioned counterparts since it allows you much more time to do anything else than tediously flipping, fanning, and feeding the fire. Useful features such as a temperature probe, thermostat, and Wi-Fi capability make Traeger a formidable contender in the market.
This book covers awesome Traeger recipes for:
- Soups and Stews
- And much more….
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