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Rotisserie porkloin #8269849 05/19/21 02:53 AM
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First time cooking on the rotisserie. I’ve had the grill a year and finally put the rotisserie together today. It’s got an infrared burner on the back. I ran it on high, having zero knowledge of how it would work and cook, I watched it about every 30 minutes and was shooting for internal temp of 140. Well we hit 180, I think, my digital thermometer was dead and the dial thermometer seems to have spun so I’m not really sure.

I didn’t let it rest long enough because of a hungry toddler. All the juice ran out and it got kind of dry. Flavor was good though and the spawn demolished it.

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Wife made sweet potatoes with garlic and other spices. They were excellent.

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Going to get a basket for the rotisserie and try making some wings next week.


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Looks great! I'd put some hot sauce on that and tare that up!

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Looks great! I'd put some hot sauce on that and tare that up!


Shredding the leftover half for tacos tomorrow


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Re: Rotisserie porkloin [Re: BigPig] #8269887 05/19/21 03:51 AM
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Looks great! I'd put some hot sauce on that and tare that up!


Shredding the leftover half for tacos tomorrow



Great idea. up

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Weber with rotisserie add on?


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You did great for a rookie. Would. food


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Re: Rotisserie porkloin [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #8270462 05/19/21 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by onlysmith&wesson
Weber with rotisserie add on?


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Looks good. My go to pork loin rotisserie is cover with dijon mustard and then cover in crushed pepper corns. Makes a great crust.

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Originally Posted by Old Smuggler
Looks good. My go to pork loin rotisserie is cover with dijon mustard and then cover in crushed pepper corns. Makes a great crust.


Sounds good. I’ll try that next time.


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Made tacos tonight with the left over, and a quesadilla for the kid. Street corn was the side dish. No idea what peppers we are growing, the little ones were damn spicy, the bigger one was just bitter, but I think I pulled it too early because it’s supposed to sweet heat.

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I'd be all over that! Minus the tortilla, since I'm on a diet now LOL. Love good street corn.

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