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Achieve Passover Meal Perfection With Our Outdoor Recipes (8 Recipes)

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Many families celebrate Passover at this time of year and we have several great holiday recipes to help with your menu.

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Proven Methods For Making Melt-In-Your-Mouth Grill Roasted Leg of Lamb


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Create mouth watering leg of lamb on the smoker or grill with these various techniques. Leg of lamb is a complex bundle of muscles, with layers of fat and connective tissue throughout. Here are four methods for dealing with the wonderful log of meat and how to create deliciously smoky grilled leg of lamb.
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Authentic Texas Style Smoked Brisket Recipe


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Behold the best smoked brisket recipe ever! Texas style brisket is more than a recipe, it is a concept and a goal. It all begins by selecting the right meat, trimming it, seasoning it, smoking it, slicing it, and more. Follow this easy BBQ brisket guide for mouthwatering results!
Sliced sous vide and smoked brisket

Sous Vide And Smoke Ensure Texas Beef Brisket Nirvana


Clint Cantwell, President And BBQ Personality

Create mouthwateringly tender Texas-style BBQ beef brisket every time with this recipe for sous vide and smoked brisket. By starting with sous vide, otherwise tough brisket is rendered moist and tender before finishing it on the smoker or grill to add the smoky goodness of traditional brisket.

Get A Taste Of Morocco With This Grilled Leg Of Lamb, Mechoui Style


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

In Morocco, Mechoui means 'roasted on an open fire.' Whole lamb is usually roasted on a spit, and often the cavity is filled with organ meats, herbs, or fruits. In this twist on the traditional mechoui, a leg of lamb is marinated overnight in charmoula. It is then seasoned, grilled, and served with harissa hot sauce.
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Dolly’s Rub Is The Only One You Ever Need For Lamb


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

This wonderful spice rub is perfect when looking to amp up the flavor for smoked and grilled lamb. Use it as a dry rub seasoning for lamb or mutton prior to cooking or add liquid to make a flavorful paste for the meat. It also works well as a dry brine, ensuring deep flavor penetration and maximum moisture.
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Punch Up The Flavor With This Horseradish Cream Sauce Recipe


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

This mild horseradish cream sauce is great on smoked salmon, baked potatoes, and roast beef sandwiches. We also love it as a dip for chips or carrots.
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Latkes aka Potato Pancakes aka Crispy Creamy Hash Browns Are The World’s Best Potatoes


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

This simple, yet flavor packed recipe for hash browns, aka potato pancakes and latkes is the most perfect use of potatoes with their mahogany crunchy edges, crispy golden midsection, and tender, rich, meaty interiors. Traditionally fried in December for Hanukkah, potato latkes are hash browns on steroids.

Try This Charoses Recipe, A Delicious Jewish Applesauce!


Meathead, Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Here's a great recipe for Charoses (Jewish applesauce). This is one of the world's great applesauces and is a perfect accompaniment to BBQ. Charoses tastes just fine as soon as you make it, but it improves with a day or two of age as the apples and raisins absorb the wine and spice flavors.

Published On: 3/30/2023


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