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.

Sesame Glazed Pork

Sesame Glazed Pork

Boneless pork ribs slathered in a sweet, savory glaze. This pork can be served over rice or with a side of roasted vegetables.Preparation1. Add all ingredients except corn starch mixture to a sauce pan and simmer on low heat for 5 minutes (this should be done on a stovetop).2. Mix in corn starch mixture and...
Herb Crusted Smoked Pork Chops

Herb Crusted Smoked Chops

Give your pork chops a flavorful update by coating them in delicious savory herbs and smoking them in your Memphis. Better yet, a reverse sear keeps these pork chops juicy on the inside with a perfectly crisp outside.Preparation1. Preheat the grill to 200°F.2. Using a mortar and pestle, mix together and lightly grind the herbs,...
Grilled Vegetable Salad

Grilled Vegetable Salad

At Memphis, we believe fresh vegetables taste best hot off the grill! Make this warm salad to complement any main dish or simply eat it as the main course. The recipe is for 2-4 people and can easily be doubled or tripled.Preparation1. Chop the baby peppers in half or whole peppers in quarters, removing stems...

Spiced Lemon Chicken Recipe

Spatchcocking is the best way to ensure quicker, more even cooking by making the bird lay flat. This chicken is juicy and has a fresh, zesty flavor, making it an excellent main course for any summer meal.Preparation1. Preheat Memphis Grill to 375°F.2. Spatchcock (or butterfly) your chicken by cutting along both sides of the backbone...
Seared Chocolate Mint Lamb

Reverse Seared Chocolate Mint Lamb

Reverse-searing red meats is especially great for achieving a uniform medium-rare straight through without sacrificing the charred outer edge we all crave. This lamb is slathered in a tangy mint sauce made from fresh sprigs of chocolate mint. Peppermint would do, also, but cut the amount down by half if using that more robust herb....
Memphis Donuts

Memphis Donuts

Add a smoky (and healthier!) twist to your favorite indulgence. Whether you like them in the morning or for an evening dessert, these donuts are a tasty treat that can be whipped together in less than half an hour using the Memphis Grill.Preparation1. DONUTS:3. Set your Memphis grill to 350 F. 4. Spray your heavy-duty...
Spring Ling Cod Grilling Recipe

Spring Ling Cod

Here’s a lighter smoked fish recipe for when you don't have all day. Almost the flavor of a cold smoke, even. We had a beautiful ling cod available off the dock, but any fresh white fish can be substituted out to similar result.Preparation1. Slather fish in olive oil, garlic, juice of 1/2 lemon plus zest,...
tamarind spare ribs

8 Hour Tamarind Spare Ribs

For these succulent spare ribs we’ve employed a few techniques that the Memphis really encourages. We had to check in on these every hour or so to moisten them as they smoked, but the timing on that was flexible and the grill took care of the rest. Since tamarind fruit is the primary flavor in...
Grilled Korean Short Ribs

Tangy Korean Short Ribs

These delectable ribs are butchered in the Korean style, which is fun to cook and eat, and tenderized by a western marinade. Between the drips of lime juice and the little gems of shallot that caramelize and char as you grill them, good luck eating a regular size portion! Preparation1. Mix all marinade ingredients2. Massage...
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