Pellet Grill Recipes

Whether it’s a sophisticated dinner party you’re planning, a casual backyard BBQ, or even a quick dinner on the run – these wood pellet grill recipes are sure to elicit plenty of ooohs and aaahs. From BBQ pulled pork and wood-fired pizza to baked acorn squash and the simplest of cheeseburgers, you’ll find the best wood pellet grill recipes here. (Be forewarned: You’re about to become party central.)

And if you happen to have a gas grill – don’t fret – our handy pellet to gas grill temperature conversion chart will have you covered.

Balsamic Glaze

Balsamic Glaze will add a touch of sophistication and a big punch of flavor to your meals. In fact, we find new uses for this sauce all the time. It can be drizzled straight from the bottle over top of your Memphis grilled steaks or whisked into mayonnaise to produce a tasty salad dressing. Making...

Ginger Chipotle Beef

This slow-cooked roast is tremendously versatile; it can be served over rice, or noodles or as we've done here - tacos! We jacked the smoke flavor on this one by pre-grilling the bell peppers, but to shorten the preparation time, feel free to use a jar of red peppers. Removing the lid on your dutch...
Strawberry Salad with Chicken and Brie Toast

Strawberry Salad

While the smokey flavor of barbecued meats can add to a meal they can, at times, take over the flavor. This fresh acidic salad cuts right through and revives your palate! We used spinach and brie cheese, but feel free to swap them out for another baby green like arugula and any creamy chèvre. Preparation1....
Memphis Grills Brownies

Memphis Brownies

We think these are the best brownies we've ever tasted. Rich and chocolatey sweet, Memphis Brownies are chewy and moist. They satisfy a craving for chocolate every time. You can add ice cream to them if you like but we prefer these brownies plain and simple, just as is!Preparation1. Preheat the Memphis Wood Fire Grill...
Grilling Filet Mignon

Filet Mignon

There's very little prep required when Filet Mignon is on the menu. We advise keeping it simple. A sprinkle of salt and a grinding of fresh pepper and these beauties are ready for the Memphis. Cut from the tenderloin, this steak is very tender. Ideally, it's never cooked beyond the medium-rare stage. The longer it...
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