How To Cook Hasselback Potatoes On The Traeger Timberline 850

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Beginners Brisket cooked on a Traeger Pro22 smoker

Brisket is one of those iconic American barbecue staple dishes. It is one of the cheaper cuts of beef and as a working muscle needs to be cooked ‘low and slow’, over a low heat for a long period of time. You need the beef to reach a temperature of 95C (203F) as this is the temperature at which the connective tissue will have broken down, leaving you with tender, tasty meat. In this video Richard Holden, top UK BBQ chef, and Ian Hodgett from our Barbecue Shop, have cooked a whole flat brisket, about 3.2kg (7lb). The brisket has two separate types of meat; the ‘flat’ which is what you would slice and is all meat, and the ‘point’ which is what you turn into ‘burnt ends’. This is the flap of meat which you cut off after about 4 hours, cube it and then cook in the juices which have dripped from the whole joint and collected in the drip tray. You can add more rub to the ends or just leave them as they are to cook to 95C. Here in the UK we are more accustomed to having our brisket boned and rolled but your butcher will just bone it and leave it as a flat piece of meat if asked. Take the meat out of the fridge at least half an hour before you start to cook and cover in your favourite rub, leaving it for half an hour enables the rub to penetrate into the meat. The rub we have used is The General by Angus and Oink who formulate and manufacture their products in Aberdeen, using all natural ingredients. Pre-heat the grill to 120 – 135C (248 – 275F) and put the prepared meat straight onto the rails. Insert the probe into the thickest piece of the meat, close the lid and leave for about 4 hours. The new Traeger grills 1300 and 850 will send alerts to your smartphone when the core has reached the desired temperature. Once the temperature has reached 72 – 75C (161 – 167F), after about 3.5 – 4 hours, take out the meat and wrap in tinfoil. By this time a good crust will have formed and the meat will no longer be able to absorb any more smoke flavour. We have placed the meat onto a large Weber Foil Tray and added about 1cm (¼”) of beer then covered it with tinfoil; this added liquid keeps the meat nice and moist during the last cooking period. At this stage you can also rub a sauce into the meat; you would also cut off the point, cube it and place it into the bottom of the tray or into another tray to cook until nice and sticky. Some barbecuers’ just wrap the meat in foil but the disadvantage of this is that if the foil tears or when it’s opened up all the juices run everywhere, whereas if it’s placed over a tray all the juices are contained. Place back onto the grill and re-insert the probe. If the temperature of the grill has dropped don’t be tempted to raise it, it will come back up again. Cook until the temperature has reached 95C; the connective tissue actually dissolves at 94C (201F) but by reaching 95C then you are sure it will have melted. Leave to rest for ½ - 1 hour before carving. View all the Traeger products we stock on-line and in-store at Hayes: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/brand/traeger-wood-fired-grills To view all our vast range of outdoor cooking appliances click the link: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/barbecues-bbqs Click the link to shop our extensive range of garden furniture: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/garden-furniture For more information, recipes, hints and tips to help you make the most of your smoker, click to read the blog articles: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/blog Link to blog post: http://bit.ly/1D7KuSO Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1DWGKKA Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1DB2vxn Follow us on Google +: http://bit.ly/1GD7eBf

Thai Beef Skewers Cooked On The Traeger Timberline 850

These beef skewers marinated in a Thai style mixture are really easy to cook, only taking a few minutes, most of the work is done in mixing the marinade. We used rump steak diced but you could just as easily use sirloin or ribeye. Make sure the steak is a good quality cut, not stewing steak otherwise it will be tough. In the video we used Traeger Flexible Skewers which come in a pack of two. Each skewer holds about a kilo of meat so really handy for a party. Metal skewers, being sharper, are so much easier to thread than wooden, also they don't splinter, there's no need to soak them and you can use them time and time again. Pre-heat the Traeger to a high roasting temperature of 225C (437F) then just slide the skewer off a chopping board straight onto the grate. Put down the lid and after 5 or 6 minutes check them with a digital read thermometer. The temperature aimed for the beef in the video was medium to medium/rare. Once the temperature reached 54C they were taken off and garnished with some finely sliced spring onions, finely diced red chilli and some chopped, toasted dry roasted peanuts. These were also placed on the grill in an enamel dish to slightly smoke. If you have any questions just call our team in The Barbecue Shop here in store on 015394 33434 or fill out the Enquiries form on our website. To see what BBQs, grills, smokers and accessories are available on line just follow the link, or call in store to view an even larger range: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/barbecues-bbqs Follow the link for recipes, hints, tips and more information on how to make the most of your BBQ and outdoor space: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/blog View our vast range of outdoor furniture by following the link: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/garden-furniture Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1DWGKKA Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1DB2vxn Follow us on Google +: http://bit.ly/1GD7eBf

Christmas Hasselback Potatoes | Jamie Oliver

Jamie’s joined by his two little Christmas helpers for this recipe. Beautiful hasselback potatoes roasted in thyme oil and sprinkled with toasted blue cheese breadcrumbs. Perfect to serve alongside your Christmas turkey and a fun principle you can try out on all root veg! Happy Christmas! For more great Christmas Recipe Ideas, check out Jamie's new Christmas book | http://jamieol.com/jamieschristmas Links from the video: Super Easy Fish Pie | http://jamieol.com/EasyFishPie One Pan Breakfast | http://jamieol.com/onepanbreakfast Fail Safe Turkey | http://jamieol.com/FailSafeTurkey Honey Roasted Carrots | http://jamieol.com/HoneyRoastedCarrots For more nutrition info, click here: http://jamieol.com/Nutrition Subscribe to Food Tube | http://jamieol.com/FoodTube Subscribe to Drinks Tube | http://jamieol.com/DrinksTube Subscribe to Family Food Tube | http://jamieol.com/FamilyFoodTube Twitter | http://jamieol.com/FTTwitter Instagram |http://jamieol.com/FTInstagram Facebook | http://jamieol.com/FTFacebook More great recipes | http://www.jamieoliver.com Jamie's Recipes App | http://jamieol.com/JamieApp #FOODTUBE x

Paprika Chicken Pitta Breads Cooked On The Traeger Timberline 850

You can eat healthy BBQ food, it's not all about great slabs of fatty meat, this chicken recipe served with salad contains very little fat. Flatten out the chicken breasts (check out our video showing you how to do this) before you marinate them in the spices. Pre-heat the Traeger to 220C and cook the chicken for about 5 minutes each side. This can just as easily be done on any BBQ; as the chicken is cooked quickly cook over direct heat; if the outside does start to char just move over to the indirect area to come up to the safe temperature. Check the core temperature of the chicken with a digital temperature probe and as soon as it reaches 75C, the safe temperature for cooked chicken, take it off and let rest for as long as you have cooked it for. Just cover with tinfoil and tea-towels and leave it in a warm place. Serve the chicken in pitta breads with shredded lettuce, sliced red onions and finely sliced red peppers then finish off with some garlic mayonnaise. To make it even healthier you could leave out the mayo and use a low fat dressing. If you have any questions just call our team in The Barbecue Shop here in store on 015394 33434 or fill out the Enquiries form on our website. To see what BBQs, grills, smokers and accessories are available on line just follow the link, or call in store to view an even larger range: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/barbecues-bbqs Follow the link for recipes, hints, tips and more information on how to make the most of your BBQ and outdoor space: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/blog View our vast range of outdoor furniture by following the link: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/garden-furniture Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1DWGKKA Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1DB2vxn Follow us on Google +: http://bit.ly/1GD7eBf

What is the Gourmet Barbecue System and what accessories are available?

This video features Richard Holden, the Gourmet BBQ chef, and Ian Hodgett, from Hayes Garden World, who explain what the Weber Gourmet Barbecue System (GBS) is and what accessories are available. These accessories can open up a whole new world of BBQ cooking; well away from the traditional burgers and sausages. We have further videos showing you just how versatile these accessories are on our youtube channel and on the website. The Sear Grate gives you those perfect caramelisation stripes on your steak which can be quite difficult, especially on a gas BBQ. The Griddle is a really useful piece of equipment as it can be used for small pieces of fish, pancakes, breakfast or anything which has a sauce; we demonstrated how to cook baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce. Next up are the Pizza Stone, which is fairly self-explanatory, and the Poultry Roaster. This can be used for any bird which is large enough to fit over the central well. You can not only use beer in the well, but wine, cider or stock and also incorporate some herbs for an extra layer of flavour. This is the one-stop piece of kit for cooking the Sunday roast; pop the bird over the central well and the potatoes and vegetables in the basket around the bird. When the veggies are ready take them out and put them to one side; then just pop them back in to re-heat when the bird is cooked and resting. You can also just use it to roast vegetables, just take out the central well and you have a cooking basket. If you love a stir fry then the Wok is an essential piece of kit; we’ve produced another video showing how to cook a stir fry in less time than it takes to order a take-away; it’s also tasty, cheaper and healthier. We’ve also used it to cook chilli con carne, so watch out for that video. It is also useful for risottos, paella or moules mariniere; turn it upside-down, get it really hot and it is ideal for cooking naan breads in seconds. The dual-purpose Waffle Iron/Sandwich Press is a bit of a luxury but makes a fantastic breakfast waffle you can dress with almost anything; sweet or savoury. We made them with blueberries, banana, Nutella and maple syrup, so check out the video (recipe on the website). The final item is the Dutch Oven which opens up a new world of casseroles and stews on the BBQ. The GBS is available to fit a large range of the Weber barbecues, both charcoal and gas, coming as standard on many models. With accessories like these you need never clean your cooker again! Links To see where Richard Holden is demonstrating and more recipes, just click the link: http://www.richardholdenbbq.co.uk/ Click the link to go to the Hayes Garden World events page to see when Richard is doing demonstrations in store: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/events Visit the barbecue pages to shop our range of barbecues, smokers and pizza ovens: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/barbecues-bbqs Click the link to read more informative blogs on barbecuing and also such diverse topics as caring for garden furniture, fish keeping and gardening: https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/blog Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1DWGKKA Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1DB2vxn Follow us on Google +: http://bit.ly/1GD7eBf

Hasselback potatoes are a bit like a cross between baked and roast and are one of the most popular sides to accompany your meat.
The size of potato you choose depends upon your appetite and how long you want to wait for them to cook. Make vertical cuts along the length of the potato about 0.5cm apart and not all the way through to the bottom. Place the potato between the handles of 2 large wooden spoons and once the knife hits the spoons that is where you stop cutting.
You can just coat the potatoes in butter or vegetable oil or you can up the taste by adding sea salt, grated garlic and dried mixed herbs to the oil. Place straight onto the grate over indirect heat on the BBQ pre-heated to a roasting temperature.
Grill until they are soft and if you want to add another layer of taste grate over some strong cheese as soon as they come off the grill.

To see what BBQs, grills, smokers and accessories are available on line just follow the link, or call in store to view an even larger range:
https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/barbecues-bbqs

Follow the link for recipes, hints, tips and more information on how to make the most of your BBQ and outdoor space:
https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/blog

View our vast range of outdoor furniture by following the link:
https://www.hayesgardenworld.co.uk/category/garden/garden-furniture


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