Spring is here, and Easter is just around the corner! Everyone at Tredway Pools Plus is looking forward to moving our celebrations outdoors and (hopefully) enjoying some beautiful weather too. We are here to help you achieve that very goal by using your SaberⓇ or PrimoⓇ grill for ALL of your Easter festivities.
One of our favorite traditions is dying Easter eggs. Since we were kids, it’s been something fun to look forward to each year. This year, we wanted to change things up by grilling them instead of boiling them.
Easter Eggs on a Gas Grill
To hard-boil your eggs on a grill, you must turn your Saber gas grill on low to medium heat. Then place your eggs directly on the grates for around 10 minutes. Remove them from the heat and dye them or decorate them as your normally would. Imagine how many eggs you can prepare at once with this method.
Easter Eggs on a Ceramic Smoker
You can also hard-boil your eggs in your ceramic grill or smoker. You will want to set them up with indirect heat in a water bath on low heat. Wait around 45 minutes to an hour, and your eggs should be good to go. Enjoy your eggs with their smoky flavor, or decorate them as usual.
Other Easter Favorites on Your Grill
You can not only make your Easter Eggs on your grill this year but prepare the entire Easter Feast on it. These are a few of our favorite recipes!
Make Your Eggs Devilishly Delicious
Deviled eggs are always a crowd favorite for appetizers. Here are some creative ways you can make deviled eggs using your Primo Grill.
- Make the hard-boiled eggs from before and let them cool.
- Add bacon to the grill and cook until it reaches your desired crispiness. Once done, set the bacon to the side on a paper towel.
- Cut the eggs in half, lengthwise, and spoon out the gorgeous egg yolks.
- Place the egg yolks in your food processor. This is where you can be as creative as you want in terms of ingredients to garnish your egg.
- Add some mayo, crispy bacon, a tiny bit of tabasco sauce, and other seasonings. Mix all together in the food processor until smooth.
- Put the mixture in a Ziploc bag with a cut-out corner, so you can easily transfer the mixture back into the egg whites.
Smoke and Sweeten Your Favorite Meat
Has cooking ham on Easter always been a family tradition? Turn up the notch on this tasty tradition by smoking ham on a Primo Grill.
For an extra smokey flavor, throw in some apple-smoking chips to the grill. Grab your favorite fruit and puree it to use as a glaze on top. Now, you are ready to cook.
- Turn up the heat to 350°F for direct cooking.
- Score one-inch cuts all over the meat.
- Place your fruit pieces in a pan that is safe to place on the grates in your grill.
- Smoke the meat (approximately 1 hour per 2 lbs. of weight).
- Before your meat is fully cooked, brush the fruit glaze over the meat.
- Remove the meat from the grill when it has reached the correct internal cooking temperature.
- Let your meat rest before carving and serving.
You can also veer away from the ham tradition and smoke or grill any meat your family loves, from turkey and chicken to leg of lamb and brisket. Recipes abound on the YouTube sites for both Primo and Saber Grills.
Considering a New Grill this Easter?
If you are looking to purchase a new grill or upgrade your older model, take a peek at the grills available from Tredway Pools Plus. We look forward to chatting with you and guiding you on your next grill purchase.