Gabriel Woods
Published by Gabriel Woods
Last Updated On: March 1, 2023

So, you’ve got yourself a brand new Pit Boss wood pellet grill - welcome to the world of outdoor barbecue, we’re happy to have you here. Now you’ve got your grill all set up and ready to go, the question remains, what can I cook on my Pit Boss 700FB?

After spending many years grilling up a storm, I’ve tried tons of recipes and different grilling methods.

In this article, I’ll be sharing with you my top 3 favorite recipes, as well as a guide to which pellets are perfect for your meal.

Keep on reading to figure out the best way to satisfy those taste buds.

Choosing The Right Pellets For Your Meal

Holding an amount of pellets

The great thing about a wood pellet grill is the option to mix and match your wood pellets, creating a different aroma and flavor profile.

The best way to choose the right pellets is to take a look at what meat you’re going to grill.

“Resting meat allows everything to relax and redistribute the juices, which creates a more tender, juicier cut,"
- Angie Mar, Chef

The subtle flavors and aromas can be all you need to make a good meal great.

Take a look at our wood pellet flavor guide to make your next meal the best one yet:

Chicken Beef Lamb Pork Turkey Fish Vegetables
Apple X X X X X
Alder X X X X X X X
Cherry X X X X
Garlic X X X X X
Hickory X X X X X
Maple X X
Mesquite X X X
Onion X X X X X
Pecan X X X X
Tennessee Whiskey X X X X X

When cooking pork, you’ll want to go with a more savory flavor such as mesquite or hickory. This is much better for a slow and low grilling session.

Wood flavors such as maple and pecan will have your beef tasting sweet while balancing out that bold flavor the beef originally produces.

Cherry, apple, and alder will create a sweet flavor profile, whereas pecan will give you a much nuttier taste. When cooking up white meats, your choices are endless.

Read More: What's the Best Way To Use Wood Pellets On A Gas Grill?

3 Recipes To Cook On Your Pit Boss 700FB

Eating food over an open flame creates a gorgeous, smoky flavor profile - however, controlling coals and keeping them at a steady temperature can be an absolute headache.

That’s why we love a wood pellet grill. Simply set it and forget it and you’ll have great food in no time.

Here are our top 3 favorite recipes to fulfill all your barbeque dreams.

1. Easy Chicken Wings

Uncooked chicken wings

Looking for something easy but delicious? These crispy BBQ chicken wings are easy to prepare, grill and will be on your plate within 40 minutes.

Perfect for a busy weekend dinner. Serves 4 people.

Cooking time: 40 - 45 minutes at 350 degrees F


  • 1 pack of chicken wings
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Chicken seasoning

The Chicken Seasoning

To make the seasoning, you’ll want to combine pepper, garlic, lemon, and brown sugar to provide great hickory flavor.


  1. Set your Pit Boss grill to 350 F.
  2. Blot your chicken wings with a paper towel to ensure they’re dry.
  3. Brush the extra virgin olive oil on both sides of the wings and sprinkle on your seasoning.
  4. Keeping your grill at 350 F, grill your wings for 40 minutes until crispy. Flip them halfway through your cooking.
  5. Serve hot and enjoy.

Related Article: How To Defrost Chicken Wings

2. Rack Of Lamb

Well prepared rack of lamb on chopping board

A rack of lamb is not only delicious, but it’s also rather easy to prepare and quick to cook.

When you grill lamb, the aim of the game is to create a nice charred crust with a tender inside. Serves 8 people.

Cooking time: 30 - 35 minutes


  • 2 tablespoons of dijon mustard
  • Chopped, fresh parsley
  • Steak rub
  • 2 racks of lamb
  • 1 teaspoon of finely chopped rosemary


  1. Grab 2 tablespoons of dijon mustard and coat the racks of lamb generously.
  2. Season the lamb with your chosen steak rub on both sides, adding the parsley and rosemary.
  3. Turn on your Pit Boss 700FB and set the temperature to 400 F.
  4. In the thickest part of the lamb, insert a temperature probe. You’ll want to sear the meaty side down for 6 minutes.
  5. Remove the lamb and turn the temperature down to 300 F.
  6. Lean both of the racks against each other on the frill so they stand up. Grill for another 20 minutes until the internal temperature reaches 130 F.
  7. Once the lamb has been removed from the grill, let it rest for 10 minutes before serving.

3. T-bone Steak

A perfectly sealed T-bone steak

Unlike the regular sear, this particular recipe is for a reverse sear.

This method has gained popularity over the years as it produces the perfect temperature as well as a great sear crust. Serves 1 - 2 people.

Cooking time: 60 minutes at 140 F (125 F rare, 130 F medium-rare, 160 F well done)


  • 1 T-bone Steak
  • Steak rub (Pit Boss offer special spices and seasoning, however, you can use anything you like)


  1. Set your Pit Boss grill to 250 F and close the lid for 15 minutes.
  2. While your grill is heating up, rub the T-bone steak with your selected steak rub.
  3. Place the steak on the grill for around 60 minutes, until the internal temperature reaches 110 F.
  4. Remove the steak and turn your grill up to 450 F with the flame broiler open.
  5. For around 4 minutes, sear the steak over the flame broiler, searing each side for 2 minutes.
  6. Once you’ve reached your desired internal temperature, take the steak off the grill and let it rest for 10 minutes.

Read More: Pit Boss vs Traeger Grills: Which One is Better?

Wrapping Up

So there we have it, 3 new recipes to add to your menu using a Pit Boss 700FB.

Always remember that the wood pellets you choose to use can affect the outcome of your meal greatly, so be sure to check back with our flavor guide when you’re next grilling.

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