This Smoked Turkey is seasoned “Cajun style” and spatchcocked for even cooking. Reinvigorate the classic Thanksgiving Turkey with new life and flavor using your Country Smoker. Be sure to buy a pre-brined turkey or brine it yourself with kosher salt and water the night before. Injected with spicy Cajun butter and seasoned liberally with cayenne pepper, brown sugar, and rosemary. This bird will cook evenly thanks to spatchcocking it before placing on the grill.
Similar to a teriyaki chicken sandwich, but with the good stuff STUFFED inside, plus a little bit of heat – this Sweet and Spicy Chili Pineapple Stuffed Chicken Burger is as fun, as it is delicious.
This Smoked Cornish Hens recipe is perfect for your Country Smokers Wood Pellet Smoker. Easy to prepare and smoke, the Cornish hens are topped with a lemon honey glaze for a nice combination of zesty, sweet flavors. Since hens are small and take less time to cook than a whole chicken, this is a convenient recipe for a weekend dinner with your family.
Spicy, savory, and smoky – what more could you want flavor profile wise from some bomb Smoked Chicken Wings? Steer from basic buffalo wings for a deliciously and easily marinated alternative. After soaking in tasty sauce, these wings are thrown on your Country Smoker Pellet Grill, smoked low and slow for tenderness and smoky flavor, and then roasted at high heat for crispy, charred skin.
When you want a big meal with real wood smoked flavor that won’t take long to prepare and cook, you can always put a delicious rub on some chicken quarters and call it a day. The fatty, dark meat of the legs and thighs absorbs smoke much better than the white meat and the rub always makes the crispy skin buzz with flavor.