Here’s a game day appetizer with a kick and we’re not talking about field goals. No, these Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapenos deliver a creamy, crunchy, spicy and flavorful punch with every bite.
Stuffed jalapenos wrapped with bacon are always a favorite and this one has the bonus of being made on a Pit Boss Pellet Grill which of course will give them the added flavor of wood fire.
Just like your favorite takeout dish, this Chinese BBQ Pork Tenderloin is filled with irresistible sweet and tangy flavors. Also known as Char Siu, this pork tenderloin is marinated in an Asian-style sauce then grilled and basted as it cooks. The sauce thickens and caramelizes for a mouthwatering sticky-sweet outer glaze.
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.
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.
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.