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Traeger Grill: More Than Just a Grill.

When we think of grilling outdoors, most of us think about juicy hamburgers and hot dogs, steak and chicken with perfect grill marks, and maybe even some scrumptious grilled veggies. But your Traeger grill can do a whole lot more than that.

Traeger Grill: More Than Just a Grill

Have you explored the many uses of your Traeger grill? Of course you know you can create the perfect grilled steak, chicken, and fish on hot summer nights. But did you realize that you can also bake, smoke, or roast your next meal using your Traeger? Branch out in your cooking ventures by using these great features!Traeger Grill

Enjoy Your Traeger Grill to Its Fullest Potential

Your Traeger grill can be one of your most versatile cooking options. Try some of these features to experience some new taste sensations and experiment with some new dishes:

  • Baking With Your Traeger GrillWith your grill, you can enjoy the flavor from a wood-fired oven without the hassle of constantly feeding a wood stove. All you need to do is select your cooking temperature, put in your cookies, pizza, pie, or casserole, and let the grill do the work! The fan in your grill keeps the temperature even, allowing for optimal baking conditions.
  • Use Your Grill as a Smoker–What’s your favorite smoked dish? Use your grill to prepare sumptuous dishes for friends and family alike. When they taste your smoked turkey, salmon, or ribs, they’ll be asking for your secret. Add flavor and style to any meal without the usual effort that comes with smoking meat. Your backyard barbecue entrees will become the talk of the neighborhood!
  • Roasting With Your Traeger Grill–Gone are the days of working alone in a hot kitchen! For those who prefer a slow-cooked meal, using your grill is still the way to go. Roasting your meat keeps it tender and juicy, and you’ll have the added benefit of the delicious wood-cooked flavor. Whether you roast lamb, beef, pork, or chicken, you’ll be a sure success with these tasty dishes.

The Convenience of a Traeger Grill

Stop worrying about your cooking and forget the chore of watching for fire-starting drips, blackened meat, or uneven cooking temperatures. Now you can play a game of volleyball, watch the news, or chat with friends while your dinner cooks on its own. Once you set the temperature for your grill, you can count on it to maintain that selection for several hours.

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Using your Traeger Grill

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Have you explored the many uses of traeger grills? Of course you know you can grill out on hot summer nights. But did you realize that you can also bake, smoke, or roast your next meal? Branch out in your cooking ventures by using these great features!

Baking with your Traeger Grill

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With your grill, you can enjoy the flavor from a wood-fired oven without the hassle of constantly feeding a wood stove. All you need to do is select your cooking temperature, put in your cookies, pizza, pie, or casserole, and let the grill do the work! The fan in your grill keeps the temperature even, allowing for perfect cooking of your dish.

Smoking with your Traeger grill

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What’s your favorite smoked dish? Use your grill to prepare treats for friends and family alike. When they taste your smoked turkey, salmon, or ribs, they’ll be asking for your secret. Add flavor, color, and style to any meal without the usual effort that comes with smoking meat. You’ll serve treats that become the talk of the neighborhood!

Roasting with your Traeger

Gone are the days of working alone in a toasty kitchen! For those who prefer a slow-cooked meal, using your grill is still the way to go. You can enjoy the outdoors while preparing your meal. Roasting your meat keeps it tender and juicy, and you’ll have the added benefit of the delicious wood-cooked flavor. Whether you roast lamb, beef, pork, or chicken, you’ll be a sure success with these tasty dishes.

Traeger grill convenience

You’ll enjoy new freedom as you use your grill! Stop worrying about your cooking and forget the chore of watching for fire-starting drips, blackened meat, or uneven cooking temperatures. Now you can play a game of volleyball, watch the news, or chat with friends while your dinner cooks on its own. Once you set the temperature for your grill, you can count on it to maintain that selection for several hours.

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How to Barbecue Steak

Do you want to know how to grill steak? Are you looking to impress your friends and family with a mouthwatering barbecue steak recipe?

Learning how to grill a steak takes more than just throwing a piece of meat on the grill.

With the right tools and techniques, your steaks will be the talk of the neighborhood. And it’s not complicated; in fact, knowing how to grill a steak is quick and easy.

How to Barbecue Steak: Buying the Meat

The first decision to make before going to the grill is what cut of meat are you going to use; this is mainly a matter of preference. What can you afford? What flavor do like? How much fat do you like in your steak?

The filet is the most tender of the steak choices, though with less steak flavor; it is also the more costly. Ribeye steaks have more fat marbled throughout and provide a juicy, flavorful steak when cooked properly. Going down the cost spectrum, you have strips, T-bones and Porterhouse, and finally sirloin.

No matter what cut of steak you get, make sure it is a good thickness, about an inch.

How to Barbecue Steak: Prepping the Meat

[br]The best steak is a fresh steak, so try not to freeze your steaks; instead, try to purchase them on the day you are going to use them. If you have to freeze them, try to thaw them in the refrigerator or cold water. When it is time to throw those steaks on the grill, they should be at room temperature.

After patting the steaks dry, feel free to cover them in a rub or marinade (remember marinades should be applied about 30 minutes before grilling). You can find great recipes for rubs and marinades at igrillbbq.com.

How to Barbecue Steak: Cooking the Meat

[br]Gas grills are best for cooking steaks, but charcoal grills are great too for giving that meat a nice charred flavor; either way, make sure your grill is hot. A gas grill should preheat for about 20 minutes, and charcoal should be covered in gray ash. If using a charcoal grill, you may want to consider an alternate heating source for lighting the goals to avoid the taste of starter fluid.

The key to barbecuing good steak is to use the shortest amount of time possible without burning the steak. Once your steak is at room temperature and you have applied any rub or marinade, place your steaks on the hot grill and close the lid. Don’t let your steaks catch on fire but watch for the sides to turn gray; then turn the steaks over and close the lid again.

Once all the sides are gray and there are the tell-tale grill marks on both sides, you can check for doneness. After you have achieved the doneness you like, let the steak sit about 5 minutes and then enjoy. Congratulations! You’ve learned how to grill steak!

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