If you’re a beginner, you can learn the basics from Rotisserie Grilling. Things like how to set up the rotisserie, the equipment you need, or how to secure food to the rotisserie spit, can all be found there. After this, you can then precede to simple rotisserie chicken, prime rib, and turkey recipes.
If you’re a fan of rotisserie, and need fresh ideas, you can stimulate your creative juices with Rotisserie Grilling. You can start with Cornish game hens accompanied with brown and wild rice, down to baby back ribs that have been dry rubbed; we have rotisserie pineapple with a little cinnamon sugar crust, down to pork Ioin replete with dried fruit.
What are you waiting for? Go out and start grilling with your rotisserie!
About the Author
Mike Vrobel is the writer of the blog DadCooksDinner and has a passion for food. He has a lot of write ups about grilling, rotisserie, weeknight dinners, as well as his passion which is home cooking. Mike lives in Copley, Ohio, with his wife Diane and three kids. Rotisserie Grilling is his first recipe book.