The 4 Best Inexpensive Pellet Grills to Buy in 2019

Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Grill

Pellet grills come in many different sizes with a variety of features. To take the top spot among pellet grills, the Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Grill offers the best combination of grilling space, heat control, and easy-to-achieve flavors that will create tasty meats time and time again. The grill makes cooking with pellets quick, easy, and enjoyable no matter how much skill you have on the grate.

Digital temperature controls with an automatic auger maintain the desired amount of heat without any input. As a result, you can focus on grilling on the large, dual-tier cooking surface. Combined, the two grilling surfaces offer 570 square inches of cooking space. Clean up is also easy thanks to the built-in hopper/ash clean out system.

Pit Boss 700FB Pellet Grill, 700 sq. in.

The Pit Boss 700 series offers the best value per square” in the pellet grill industry! the 700FB has been perfectly designed to be as versatile as it is practical. With 700 sq.” of cast-iron cooking surface including a S Tier rack, the 700 series is perfect for a group of four to six. These 8-in-1 grills range in cooking temperature from 180° to 500°. select your preferred cooking styles with the digital control board & standard flame broiler. Set it & forget it, or slide the plate & sear it over an open flame. No need for natural gas or propane-our wood pellet fuel produces an exceptional taste & is made of 100% natural hardwood pellets. With heavy Gauge steel components, Complete structural strength & durability, these high-value grills are meant to last. Grill, smoke, bake, roast, sear, braise, barbeque or char-grill to perfection with the Pit Boss 700 series.

Camp Chef SmokePro SE 24 Pellet Grill

Camp Chef is a familiar name in grills and smokers, including pellet grills. This one offers a heat range from 160 to 500 degrees, and includes a stainless steel meat probe to monitor your roasts. The adjustable chimney top and smart smoke technology help to maintain the optimum temperature when you prefer smoking over grilling. This has a convenient lever-operated ash cleanout system and a grease management system for easy cleaning and maintenance, while the roller wheels make it easy to position anywhere you want it. The ample cooking area and 18-pound pellet hopper make it easy to cook for the family or for a party.

Additional warming racks and an additional front shelf are sold separately.

Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett Pellet Grill – WIFI enabled

The Davy Crockett is the ultimate portable grill. It comes with a digital WiFi controller (control and monitor through our iOS or Android mobile application), a meat probe, a peaked lid for stand-up chicken/ large fowl/ rib racks, a convenience tray with utensil hooks. Also included is Sense-Mate, a thermal sensor which constantly monitors grill temperature. It can run on 12V or 120AC so its perfect for home or camping, tail-gating, hunting, house-boating, music festivals or anywhere you can take it. Weighing in at 57 pounds with fold-able legs, it can be placed in the trunk of any car.

Pellet vs Electric vs Charcoal

Pellet smoker, probably the best type of smoker:

In a good pellet smoker, you’ll find none of the issues of above. And, you’ll rarely find any other issues with a pellet smoker! Of all the different smoker types available, pellet smokers are the easiest to operate as they’re thermostatically controlled. Just set it and forget it!

The best thing about pellet smoker is it keeps thing natural, thus you always get that pure smoky flavor, without using wood chips! And, it is easily controllable and cheap to maintain. Thus I prefer pellet smokers most! And you’ll rarely find any unhappy pellet smoker owner.

Electric smoker:

Well, firstly talking about electric smokers, they’re good. They’re well control-able, not messy and clean. But the biggest problem of them is you really don’t get that organic yummy smoky tested dishes from it, no matter even if you use wood chips! It kinda tests artificial. That can really be a deal breaker, for me it was.

Charcoal smoker:

Charcoal pretty much overcomes that taste issue of electric smoker, not by 100 percent though! But the biggest problems with charcoal smokers? They can be really messy! It’s hard and time-consuming to clean a charcoal smoker clean and these type are smokers are also less durable than others! And you really can’t set it and forget it you have to keep an eye on it to make sure the temp. stays were you want it by adjusting the vents.

BBQ BACON WRAPPED MEATBALLS

INGREDIENTS:

2 yellow onions
1lb. ground beef
1/4 cup diced onions
1/4 cup chopped parsley
1/4 cup chopped mushrooms
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp spicy ketchup
1 tsp soy sauce
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup bread crumbs
1 pack of bacon
1 bottle BBQ sauce one of my favorites (CLICK)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

Cut off the tops and bottoms of the onions and remove the exterior skin.
Cut the onion in half and peel the layers apart; keep the biggest layers to stuff with meat.
Setting the onion layers aside, mix the ground beef, diced onion, parsley, mushroom, brown sugar, condiments, and bread crumbs in a large mixing bowl by hand.
Place a handful of the meatloaf mixture inside two of the onion layer pieces.
Wrap the onion meatballs in bacon, using three slices per ball.
Secure the bacon with toothpicks to keep it from unraveling during cooking.
Preheat the pellet grill to 425℉ and smoke for 40 minutes.
Cover in BBQ sauce and cook for additional 5 minutes.