Yes, anything you can cook on a gas grill, you can cook on a Traeger wood pellet grill. Plus, Traeger grills let you grill, smoke, bake, roast, braise, & BBQ on one grill so you actually have even greater versatility, and they infuse your food with delicious wood-fired flavor.
Can you use a pellet grill as a regular grill?
Pellet Grill Pellet grills are designed to cook your meat slowly over a low temperature. It's really more like an oven than a grill, and it can also double as a smoker. It can also do more traditional grilling, but it's built for slowly saturating your food with that great smoky flavor through the wood pellets.
Will Traeger replace grill?
3 -YEAR WARRANTY Traeger Pellet Grills LLC will provide a replacement part for any part found to be defective.
Do you have to flip burgers on a Traeger?
Are Traeger grills propane?
The process on a Traeger is exactly the same -- but because a Traeger is fueled by natural wood pellets (rather than propane gas), your burgers will have true cookout flavor.
Can you cook steaks on a pellet grill?
Place your prepared, rested steaks on the hottest part of your pellet grill. When searing on a pellet grill, you want to hear that sizzle of the steak making contact with the heat of the grill. Sear each side of the steak for about three minutes, or until the steaks have reached your desired internal temperature.
People love the easiness of grilling up a burger that doesn't require quite the hassle of a regular grill—which makes grilling hamburgers on a pellet grill so great. Pellet grills can be used to cook hamburgers, hotdogs, salmon, pork, and almost anything in between.
How long will a Traeger grill last?
The answer is, “With proper care, cleaning and maintenance you can expect a Traeger grill to last at least five years. A Traeger will easily last 10-15 years when damaged components are replaced with readily available replacement parts.”
With a Traeger, you can even adjust that temperature remotely from your Traeger app. There are no hot spots or flare-ups. Just set it and forget it. For gas grills, you can easily adjust the power of the burners to get the heat that you want.