Depending on where you live, as well as your level of dedication, grilling season never ends for many folks. But for a large number of people, springtime weather signals that it’s time to fire up that grill or smoker.
We thought it would be a great time to share some time-tested recipes that are all about that celebration of warmer and longer days and cooking with fire! Here are a few Dizzy Pig favorites:
Ginger Lime Chicken SkewersYour family and friends will think you worked all day on this flavor-packed delicacy, but it’s a really simple dish to make. Smells amazing while grilling, and the cooking time is super quick giving you more time to enjoy the weather and company!
Stuffed Pork TenderloinA great dish that not only sings springtime, but is sure to impress even the most critical foodies. Normally you see the larger “pork loin” being stuffed, but with a little care and the right knife, tenderloins are easy to stuff with your favorite ingredients. Chris came up with this winning dish for a friendly throw-down at DizzyFest, and the flavors and textures are worth a little extra effort. It is truly a carnival in your mouth with crispy bacon, mozzarella, jalapeños, some toasted hazelnuts, and a delicious sauce!
Orange Ginger Curry-ish WingsThis simple recipe is another tasty way to combine the fresh citrus flavors of a simple marinade with the amazing flavors in Dizzy Pig seasonings. The citrusy orange really pairs nicely with the bright flavors in the seasoning, and it is an easy way to quickly grill up some magical flavor bombs.
Competition Style Pork ButtAnd if you didn’t catch it last issue, we are super excited about sharing our time-tested award-winning pulled pork recipe, where Chris digs into how to make a killer hunk of pork shoulder! Grab a cold one, fire up the smoker, and pepper your neighborhood with sweet smells!!
Happy Spring to all!