One of the best parts of the holidays is the yummy foods! If you are trying to think of some yummy ways to use your propane smoker or grill this season look no further! We have a few great ideas for ways to use propane this season. We look forward to helping you find ways to use propane and make some delicious food for the season.
At CoEnergy Propane we have a great selection of different propane grills and smokers. Cook the best meats this season with a propane powered grill. Come in to our showroom and see what we have to offer.
Prime Rib Roast
Many are intimidated by the thought of placing this large expensive cut of meat on the grill. It’s a simple indirect grilling method that requires the time and/or temperature to be monitored to achieve the desired outcome, but that’s not all that hard.
You can usually get a ribeye roast ‘bone-in’ or ‘boneless’ at most markets however it is not usually displayed in the meat case until winter holiday season arrives. If your store doesn’t display this item, just ask the meat cutter to prepare one for you. It’s simply a sliced chunk of whole rib eye.
Grilled Prime Rib Rub Ingredients:
2 tsp garlic salt
2 tsp onion salt
2 tsp hickory-smoked salt
2 tsp dried rosemary
1 tsp black pepper
Let us know how it turns out on your propane grill!
If you are tired of cooking dry turkey in your oven, consider smoking your turkey this year for a juicier and tastier bird.
Picking out a smaller bird is better for smoking to reduce the amount of time the turkey is at a lower temperature.
If using a frozen turkey, safely thaw the bird by placing the frozen turkey (in the original packaging) in a shallow pan in your refrigerator. Allow 24 hours thawing time for every four pounds of turkey.
1 12-18 pound turkey
12 cups water
3 cups apple cider
1/2 cup honey
1 cup kosher salt
4 stalks celery
4 cloves garlic
1/4 cup cajun seasoning (or seasoning of your choice) If you don’t use this increase salt to 1 1/2 cups
1 tbsp black pepper
We hope you enjoy your holiday season with your family and friends. Making your meats differently can be scary but we promise it is worth it! Be sure to let us know what you think of your new recipe.