Category: Pellet Cooker Recipes

How to find and cook the perfect bratwurst

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •  

Who doesn’t love a bratwurst with their favorite toppings? They are quick, easy and can be fixed to fit different tastes. We also love that you can make them from scratch with a sausage stuffer and smoker or simply pick up a package at your local grocery store. Sometimes, though, deciding which brat is the best for the flavor you want can be tricky. These tips will help you decide the best brat and how…

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Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe by Smokin Okie

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •  

Smokin’ Okies Stuffed Mushrooms  Many of you know Russ Garrett aka Smokin Okie through our forum or cooking classes. Here is one of his signature recipes for Stuffed Mushrooms.  Description These make excellent additions to a meal.  The biggest challenge is to cook the mushrooms with the bowl facing up so the ingredients don’t fall out. Ingredients ¼ Pound Ground Italian Sausage ¼ Pound Ground Hamburger 2 Containers (approximately 30 – 40) button Mushrooms ½…

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Smoked Cheesecake

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes, Pellet Grill Videos  •  

This recipe for smoked cheesecake was one of the easiest and most delicious smoked recipes we have ever made. With only 6 ingredients and an hour smoke time, It’s our new favorite around the office. Ingredients: 2 packages of 8 oz cream cheese 1 cup sugar 1 stick butter (softened) 1 tsp vanilla 2 tubes crescent rolls Cinnamon/Sugar Mixture to taste Preparation: Combine cream cheese, sugar, butter and vanilla in a large bowl. Mix until…

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Best Grilled Hot Dogs, Sausages and Brats

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •  

Hot dogs, sausage and brats are some of the least expensive grilling items we can think of. Standard cost of the most popular “dogs” are $0.10 per hot dog, less than $0.50 per sausage and brats can get up to around $0.75 each. Even with the cost of bun and condiment, it’s less than $1 per dog! That cost makes them one of the most frequently grilled items in America and can get pretty mundane…

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Cheese Stuffed Hog Shots-Recipe

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •  

These Cheese Stuffed Hog Shots (also known as pig shots) are easy and delicious. How can you go wrong with pork sausage wrapped in bacon? Ingredients 3 lbs. Smoked Sausage (Kielbasa or another type) 2 12 oz. Cream Cheese 12 oz. Shredded Cheese 3 oz. can diced green chilies 1 – 2 lb. Package Thick Bacon Cookshack Rib Rub Preparation Check to ensure your hopper is filled with pellets (we recommend fruitwood blend). Start the…

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Learn how to make the best bbq from the best in bbq!

Dara Marlar  •  Cookshack Updates, Pellet Cooker Recipes  •  

The Fast Eddy’s™ by Cookshack Competition Cooking Class will be taught by Pitmaster, Ed “Fast Eddy” Maurin and World Food BBQ Grand Champion, David Bouska (Butcher BBQ Team). They will be teaching their own personal competition cooking techniques they have used to win numerous grand championships all over the USA. This is a hands-on class where you will learn how to prepare and cook the four KCBS meat categories: pork ribs, pork butt, brisket, and…

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Food Grade Pellets-How are they different?

Dara Marlar  •  Cookshack Updates, Pellet Cooker Recipes  •  

We always tell you to use 100% food-grade pellets in your pellet grills and smokers, but why? Food grade pellets will contain less fillers and will have less moisture content and ash than pellets used in wood burning stoves and furnaces. Pellets used for stoves and furnaces will also sometimes contain glue or something to bind the pellets together. Food grade pellets will use the lignin (natural complex polymer) in the wood instead. Glue will cause…

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Quick and Easy Recipe for Honey Spice Chicken Thighs

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •    •   1 Comment

Honey Spice Chicken Thighs 8 Chicken Thighs 1/3 Cup Honey 1 Tbsp. Cider Vinegar 1 Tbsp. Cookshack Chili Mix 1/2 tsp. Garlic Powder 1/4 tsp. Smked Paprika 1/2 tsp. Cumin 1/4 tsp. Cayenne Pepper 1 tsp. Salt Mix all ingredients except for chicken together in a bowl. Brush chicken thighs with spice mixture. Place chicken on indirect side of the PG1000 at 400 degrees for 40 minutes. Brush chicken thighs with mix again about 10…

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Grilled Ravioli and Egg Rolls

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •    •   4 Comments

These ravioli and egg rolls are great with left overs. We used some left over pulled pork but you can use chicken, beef or anything else you wish. Both the ravioli and egg rolls had a great crunch that you can’t get out of an oven.  Ravioli Ingredients: Egg Roll Wraps Pulled Pork Shredded Mozzarella Cheese Egg Rolls Ingredients: Egg Roll Wraps Pulled Pork Shredded Mozzarella Cheese Red Onions Cole Slaw To make the raviolis,…

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PB&J Chicken Wings

Dara Marlar  •  Pellet Cooker Recipes  •    •   2 Comments

Are you looking for a different and delicious recipe for dinner tonight? These chicken wings are sure to please. They are crunchy, spicy and a little sweet. The potatoes flakes gives these wings the nice crunch that sets them apart from other grilled wings.    Spicy PB&J Chicken Wings 2 lb. Chicken Wings 1/2 Cup Instant Mashed Potato Flakes 2 Tbsp. Oil 1 tsp. Kosher Salt 1 tsp. Black Pepper 1 pinch Cayenne Pepper Finishing…

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