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Traeger Pellet Smoker Australia

Do you own Kettle BBQ with a slow n Sear but want to cook more meat with minimal hassle? Do you love smoked meats but don't have the time to man a fire? If so, you need a Traeger smoker! This amazing device takes your backyard BBQ to the next level. 

A Traeger smoker is a type of grill that uses wood pellets to create smoke. The Traeger pellets are placed in a hopper, and an auger feeds them into the fire pot. The heat from the fire ignites the pellets, and they smoulder to create smoke.

The great thing about a Traeger smoker is that it’s very easy to use. You just need to set the temperature and let it do its thing. The smoker will automatically regulate the temperature, so you don’t have to worry about babysitting it.

Another awesome feature of the Traeger smoker is that it gives your food an amazing flavour. The wood smoke infuses your food with deliciousness that you just can’t get from other grilling methods.

If you are looking for a smoker that will give you great results every time, look no further than the range of Traeger pellet grills and smokers. Traeger has been in the business of manufacturing high-quality smokers for over 30 years, and their products are known for their durability and consistent performance. In this comprehensive guide, we will take a look at the different models of Traeger smokers available in Australia, as well as some of the features that make them so popular with consumers. We'll also provide some tips on how to get the most out of your Traeger smoker!

Traeger pellet grills and smokers are available in a variety of sizes and designs, so there is sure to be one that will suit your needs. The most popular models are the Traeger Pro Series 22 and the Traeger Ironwood 885, but there are also larger models like the Traeger Timberline 850 and the Traeger Timberline 1300. No matter which model you choose, you'll be getting a quality smoker that is built to last.

One of the things that make Traegers so popular is their use of 100% natural hardwood pellets as fuel made in the USA. This means that your food will never come into contact with chemicals or other synthetic materials, making for a healthier cooking experience. The pellets are also very easy to use, and they give the smoker a consistent temperature, so you'll never have to worry about your food being overcooked or burnt.

If you're looking for a top-of-the-line Traeger smoker, the Traeger Timberline series is the best pellet smoker in Australia. They come with the latest smoking features and the solid build quality you have come to expect from Traeger as well as the all new WiFIRE® Technology controller. Controlling your grill is now as easy as pulling out your phone!  It allows you to adjust your grill's temperatures automatically, and control your smoke wherever you are just by using your phone via the Traeger App. Its barrel shape, double-wall stainless steel interior and airtight gasket create a vortex of convection in the cooking chamber surrounding your food with wood-fired heat for even cooking all around.

The Traeger Ironwood 885 is another excellent choice for those who want a high-quality Traeger smoker. It comes loaded with features to make the cooking process as easy as possible while giving you optimal performance and producing the most delicious mouthwatering food. From its new WiFIRE technology for grilling on the go, to Smoke Science for a major flavour upgrade, you’ll never look back. 

If you're looking for a portable Traeger for your next trip or to take camping the new Traeger Ranger Portable Pellet Grill gives you the opportunity to bring woodfire-flavoured food wherever you are. It doesn't matter if you’re out fishing, hunting or camping with the family, you can still enjoy a smoked great meal outside your home! All you need to do is to couple this Traeger Ranger Pellet Grill with a 400w inverter and you can literally pick up this smoker and power it anywhere by running it off a portable battery. 

No matter which Traeger smoker you choose, you're sure to be impressed with the quality and performance of these products. Traegers are built to last, and their use of natural hardwood pellets makes for a healthier cooking experience. 

One important note about using a Traeger pellet grill is that you'll need to purchase wood pellets for it. 

Once you have your wood pellets, you'll need to store them in a dry, cool place. If you live in an area with high humidity, it's important to keep your Traeger pellets in a sealed container or bag to prevent them from absorbing moisture from the air. Pellets that are too wet will not burn properly and can actually cause damage to your smoker.

When you're ready to use your Traeger smoker, be sure to read the instructions that came with it carefully. This will ensure that you're using it correctly and getting the most out of your investment. Additionally, be sure to download the Traeger app to control your smoker, recipes, tips,  and other helpful information.

If you already own a Trager, take a look through our smoker accessories for sale. We are also adding new and exciting BBQ tools to our range that can elevate you cooking skills to the next level. 

So if you're in the market for a new smoker, check BBQ Spit Rotisserie’s range of Traeger pellet smokers! With their quality construction, easy-to-use design, natural hardwood pellets and the support of Traeger Australia and their online community, Traegers are sure to impress. So what are you waiting for? Get smoking today!

Traeger Smoker FAQ

Traeger Grill Cleaning: Do You Have to Clean your Traeger After Every Use?
If you're like most Traeger owners, you want to know how to clean a Traeger grill. The good news is that it's not as hard as you might think! 

In short, you won’t be cleaning it thoroughly every cook. However, a gentle wipe-over of the grills and any drippings is recommended as well as emptying the burn chamber after every couple of cooks. Remember good maintenance will ensure the longevity of your Traeger Smoker Grill. 

A good cleaning will help keep it in good condition and prevent any nasty smells from developing. So, are you ready to learn how to clean a Traeger grill? Let's get started!

The best way to clean the grill is just after you take your meat off. Your meat needs to rest so why not take this time to do some cleaning? While everything is still hot, take a wire brush and give your grill a quick scrub and a wipe with hand towel paper. Every couple of cooks you can remove the cooking grill from your Traeger smoker for a thorough clean. Once they are removed, you can begin scrubbing them with a wire brush, the top will be fairly clean due to your ongoing cleaning but flip it over and give the bottom a scrub. Be sure to get all of the dirt and debris off of the grates. Next, you will need to clean the drip tray. We recommend lining the drip tray with aluminium foil then all you need to do is throw out the dirty foil and lay down some fresh foil for your next cook. There are also properly fitted heavy-duty drip tray liners available for your Traeger. Finally, you will need to clean the inside of the smoker itself. You can do this by using a mild soap and water solution. One thing that you need to do every couple of cooks is to empty/vacuum the burn chamber. This fills up with pellet ash and unless you empty this out, you may have issues lighting your smoker in the future. 

Now that you know how to clean a Traeger grill, you can enjoy your next cookout without worry! Just follow these simple steps and your Traeger will be good as new. Happy grilling!

STEPS FOR SEASONING YOUR TRAEGER WIFIRE GRILL

  • Step 1: Prime your auger tube with pellets
  • Step 2: Plug in the grill and turn it on using the power switch, usually found on the back of the grill
  • Step 3: Add fresh hardwood pellets to the hopper
  • Step 4: Press the power button on your controller to wake your controller screen
  • Step 5: Turn the dial to navigate to Select Auger > Prime Auger; press the controller knob to select
  • Step 6: Once pellets begin to fall into the firepot, select, Done
  • Step 7: Turn the selection dial clockwise to 350°F (177°C) and press the dial to confirm the temperature
  • Step 8: Press the Ignite button and close the lid. When the temperature reaches 350°F (177°C), run for 20 minutes
  • Step 9:* Adjust the temperature to 450°F (232°C) and press the knob to confirm
  • Step 10:* When the temperature reaches 450°F (232°C), run for an additional 30 minutes
  • Step 11:* Shut down the grill

Yes, you can! Unlike trying to refuel a charcoal smoker or gas grill, it’s much much easier to continue smoking when your fuel gets low on your Traeger pellet smoker. Simply add more pellets to the Traeger Hopper while you’re cooking and they will be automatically fed. It’s that easy. Just make sure you never run out of pellets as this may cause an issue during the cook. 

No - you cannot smoke in your Traeger Smoker with the lid open. All smokers are designed to trap maximum heat and smoke in the main chamber to get that delicious smoky flavoured slow-cooked meat. The only exception to this rule is if you are going to sear some meat in your Treger. If this is the case you need to first make sure your grill doesn't have a lot of fat in it that can catch fire, next crank your grill up to 450F (230c) and wait 10 minutes. After that, you can place the meat that needs searing on the grill and sear away with the lid open. 

We strongly recommend always covering your Traeger with a cover when not in use. While Traeger Smokers are built tough, they do require a 240v power connection, exercise extreme caution as electricity and water don’t mix and the most dangerous connection is the extension lead connecting to your Traeger. If you are cooking and it starts to rain, there won't be an issue as Traeger Smokers are protected from water that falls at an angle of less than 60 degrees from vertical. However, if it is a heavy downpour with extremely strong winds and your smoker is in the rain, it's a good idea to cover your pellet chamber and control panel from the rain or just move it under cover. 

Yes, you can - ensure your Traeger is covered when not in operation. Also, remember that if you decide to use your Traeger in winter then you will use more fuel to maintain your smoking temperature as the Traeger deals with the ambient temperature outside.