Tennessee Grilling Co. – Crafted Flavor You’ll Taste
Made from pure, natural hardwoods, use these expertly developed grilling pellets to enhance your meat, seafood, poultry and vegetables. Infuse your grilling with natural flavors of pure hickory, mesquite or a special competition blend of fruit woods, including peach and apple wood. These food-grade grilling pellets contain premium hardwoods that have endured incredible compression levels to ensure a long, slow burn, infusing your food with authentic, crafted flavor.
Hickory Grilling Pellets
Made from a masterful blend of Hickory and other hardwoods, this hardwood, food-grade pellet packs a huge, flavorful punch. It’s one of the most popular flavors and grills beautifully with all kinds of meats, seafood and vegetables.
Mesquite Grilling Pellets
To achieve robust BBQ flavor, these Mesquite pellets burn slowly to infuse your food with expertly crafted flavor. Mesquite grilling pellets are especially popular for seafood and chicken (but we think they’re great on all kinds of other meats, too!).
Competition Blend Grilling Pellets
Great BBQ Masters never reveal their secrets, but we can tell you that this winning recipe blends a variety of hardwoods, including peach and apple. Folks especially love it with pork, chicken and seafood. This premium blend delivers the winning recipe to your home BBQ.
How to Use Wood Grilling Pellets
For use in wood pellet grills and smokers
- Load Tennessee Grilling Co. pellets into the hopper, filling to the top.
- Start the grill/smoker as per your instructions and bring to temperature.
- Place food items on the grill and cook to desired your doneness level, ensure that you are following food safety protocols.
- The fan will naturally circulate the rich, flavored smoke infusing food with incredible authentic taste.
For use in traditional gas or charcoal grills and smokers
- Light or turn on your grill and bring to temperature.
- Place about 1/3 cup of Tennessee Grilling Co. pellets in non-flammable metal container, such as a pellet tube smoker box or place inside homemade, heavy duty aluminum foil pouch.
- Place the pellet tube box or the pouch onto the grill on a grate above and slightly away from heat source or flames, making sure they are just hot enough to begin smoking.
- Once they begin smoking, place food onto the grill and close grill cover.
- Check frequently to be sure pellets are smoking, but not flaming.