If you’re looking for melt-in-your-mouth beefy flavor, these Braised Chuck Roast Sandwiches will definitely hit the spot. Slow smoked chuck roast is braised with onions and beef stock until fall apart tender and filled with mouthwatering wood-fire flavors. Stack it high on a hoagie and enjoy as is, no cheese or toppings necessary.
If it’s cool outside and you’re looking for that perfect dish to warm you up, it’s very hard to go wrong with chili. It’s just one of those dishes that seems to hit all the right notes if you want that sweet and spicy flavor mixed with hearty ingredients. This Texas smoked chili con carne recipe allows you to utilize your Pit Boss wood pellet grill to add an additional smoky flavor profile into the mix. While this recipe calls for leftover beef ribs, feel free to use any protein source you desire (although we would recommend sticking to pork, chicken, turkey or beef).
There’s nothing better than a juicy, tender steak. This delicious, Grilled Tri Tip with Cajun Butter will be an instant favorite. If you’re craving beef with some classic Cajun spices, then this recipe will not disappoint. Easy to prepare and cook, use the reverse sear method to lock in the natural juices of the meat.
Smoky, spicy, beefy, need we say more? This Texas Chuck Roast Chili starts with hearty pieces of chuck roast, mixed with jalapenos, chili peppers, cumin, chipotle, all simmered up on the grill. The beef tenderizes as the sauce thickens for a hearty and smoky stew. Serve with a side of cornbread for a rancher-style meal.
You haven’t experienced a real burger until you’ve tried these epic stuffed Beer Can Burgers. Grab a beer or soda can and use it to form a bowl shape into your ground beef. Stuff it with cubed creamy cheddar jack cheese, caramelized onions then wrap it up in bacon and grill until juicy, gooey and tender. Top with zesty jalapenos for a kick and eat alone or with your favorite bun. This recipe can be easily customized with other filling options like mushrooms and peppers, eggs, and more!
If you’re looking to spruce up your grilled steak, these cheesy stuffed steak rolls are here to impress. These steak spirals are cut from a flank steak, then stuffed with a mouthwatering mixture of cheeses, sun dried tomatoes, and spinach. Roll them, tie them, then sear them on the griddle until the steak lightly chars and the cheese becomes caramelized on the outside and gooey on the inside. Once you’ve got the technique down, you can experiment with any of your favorite flavor combinations. This recipe can be cooked on your Pit Boss Pellet Grill or your Pit Boss Griddle.
Your two favorite comfort foods collide in this easy and decadent Chili Mac and Cheese. Made in just one pot and finished to perfection on the pellet grill, this creamy, gooey concoction will be loved by family and friends alike. Perfect for tailgating or a hearty weeknight meal when the temperature drops.
For this easy brisket recipe, we stripped it down to the essentials: Beef and a flavorful rub. With just two ingredients and a pellet grill, all you have to do is trim the brisket, apply the rub, and pop it into your grill. 7-8 hours later you’ll have yourself a juicy and tender brisket you and your family will love.
This fajita recipe is the perfect addition to your National Gluten Free Day menu. It requires just a few ingredients, including our Pit Boss Sweet Heat Rub, and simple preparation. The easy beef flank recipe is also good to keep in your weeknight rotation to help stay on track with your resolutions for the new year, whether your goal is to order less takeout or eat healthier. Grab some corn tortillas and load up on your favorite toppings for a dish the whole family will enjoy.
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.