These are the best smoker recipes to try at your next backyard BBQ.
From pork to steak, and fish to chicken, to tasty side dishes, we've got you covered:
These are the best smoker recipes.
Smoked Pork Recipes
These smoked pork chops are one of my favorite pork recipes to make on my Traeger pellet grill, and super-easy to follow. Coated with our homemade pork seasoning, and then cooked low-and-slow on the smoker, this smoked pork chops recipe is a perfect option for a weeknight meal where you don't have a lot of time to prep.
Recipe: Smoked Pork Chops
Smoked Beef Recipes
This smoked New York Strip steak recipe on the Traeger results in a juicy and tender steak that's perfect for any backyard gathering. We're smoking these New York strips to an internal temperature of 110F degrees, then finishing them off on the gas grill to get that killer sear and crust that every steak needs.
Recipe: Smoked New York Strip
Smoked filet mignon might be my all-time favorite steak recipe. To me, filet mignon is the most tender steak bite you can get. And in this recipe, we're wrapping the filet in bacon and smoking it to a perfect medium rare, then hitting it with a sear gun to build a nice crust.
Recipe: Smoked Filet Mignon
These smoked burgers have become my absolute new obsession on my Traeger pellet grill! In fact, I may even like them more than smash burgers—which is saying a lot. Topped with gooey American cheese, burger sauce, and your favorite veggies, this is one of the best burgers you'll ever have!
Recipe: Smoked Burgers
Smoked picanha is one of the absolute best meats you can smoke on your pellet grill. It's beefy, tender, and with just a handful of ingredients, is incredibly simple to make.
Recipe: Smoked Picanha
Smoked Chicken Recipes
Smoked Lamb Recipes
Smoked Appetizers & Sides
These smoked shotgun shells are one of my go-to smoker recipes for football Sunday or when I'm hosting friends and family in the backyard. We're tweaking the traditional smoked shotgun shells recipe by adding a little kick of pickled jalapeños, and using hot Italian sausage instead of ground beef.
Recipe: Smoked Shotgun Shells