Kamado Joe Thanksgiving Recipes Your Family Will Want All Year

Kamado Joe Thanksgiving Recipes Your Family Will Want All Year

DateNovember 10, 2020

by Aurora Pool, Spa & Billiard Gallery

There’s no hard and fast rule saying a delicious Thanksgiving meal requires you to slave over a hot stove all day. Instead, consider cooking this ever-important meal on your Kamado Joe! It keeps the kitchen clean, and your Kamado Joe is equipped to cook portions both bit and small. These Kamado Joe Thanksgiving recipes are so mouth-watering, your family will beg to enjoy them all year long.

The Centerpiece: An Appetizing Turkey

Whether you’re a fan of turkey or you prefer the sides, a beautifully prepared bird is always the centerpiece of the holiday table. Using your Kamado Joe is the best way to get the tastiest, juiciest, and eye-appealing turkey. Brine your turkey for 24 hours using the recipe below, then cook it low and slow on your Kamado Joe. Plan to let your turkey 20 minutes for every pound at 250 degrees. Use a thermometer to check the internal temp of your turkey, but don’t overcook it. You want the breast to be 160 degrees and the thigh/leg meat at 180 degrees. Once that happens, pull your turkey off the grill and let it rest 15-30 minutes before you carve it. To really up your turkey cooking game, check out 11 Tips to help you cook the best bird on your Kamado Joe.

Apple & Orange Turkey Brine Recipe

2 Quarts Orange Juice
2 Quarts Apple Juice
2 Cups Kosher Salt
1 Cup Brown Sugar
1 tsp Nutmeg
10 Allspice Cloves (whole)
1 Gallon Water

Sweet Potatoes & Brussel Sprouts

It’s not a traditional holiday side dish, but it’s so tasty that it’ll be the start of a new tradition for your family.

Kamado Joe Thanksgiving Recipes: Pumpkin Pie

Yes, you read that right. You can make entire Thanksgiving meal on your Kamado Joe… even the pumpkin pie! Pair it with homemade whipped cream, and it’s the perfect finishing touch to a delicious Thanksgiving meal!