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cbtullis
LSU Fan
Atlanta
Member since Apr 2004
4794 posts

Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
Seems so versatile.
Stir fry
Hibachi
Smash burgers
Breakfast

But one of the things I want to do is fresh tortillas
I bought a tortilla press
Anyone have any good recipes to make fresh tortillas they use


VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Oak Hill, VA
Member since Dec 2007
27788 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
You make a fresh tortilla. Then you toast it on the griddle. You don’t make the tortilla on the griddle.


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GatorReb
USA Fan
Dallas GA
Member since Feb 2009
8328 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
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But one of the things I want to do is fresh tortillas


Did this once. I have a blackstone as well (freaking awesome)

But i will not be doing fresh tortillas again. Just not worth the effort and time. At least for myself.

Philly cheesesteaks on that bad boy is awesome


Cajunate
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2012
3125 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it


Just cooked a couple of pounds of bacon on my 22".


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heatom2
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At the plant, baw.
Member since Nov 2010
11940 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
Welcome to the only way you'll ever cook a hamburger again.


Dave Worth
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Metairie
Member since Dec 2003
1597 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
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Welcome to the only way you'll ever cook a hamburger again.


Can someone tell me why (or what makes) burgers on a Blackstone better than on a grill? Some guys at work are raving about it lately. Is it just because it's the new thing or is there something actually better?


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Salmon
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On the trails
Member since Feb 2008
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re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
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Can someone tell me why (or what makes) burgers on a Blackstone better than on a grill?


meat cooks in its on fat instead of falling through the grates

plus you get a full crust


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bigberg2000
LSU Fan
houston, from chalmette
Member since Sep 2005
63841 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
I prefer a burger cooking in it own fat and developing a crust without overcooking the inside. Doesnt have to be on a blackstone its just a nice way to cook a burger.


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nolanola
Member since Nov 2010
6724 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
I just ordered one today based on this thread.


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Obtuse1
Wofford Fan
Westside Bodymore Yo
Member since Sep 2016
9415 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
My neighbor has a Camp Chef that I use all the time.

As for stir fry you probably have an even better option available. A crawfish burner is almost perfect for wok cooking. A good carbon steel wok and a crawfish burner lets you cook exactly like they do in Asia.


Captain Ray
Member since Nov 2016
1393 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
Best of both worlds put a black iron frying pan on your charcoal grill



you welcome


GEAUXmedic
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Premium Member
Member since Nov 2011
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re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
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Best of both worlds put a black iron frying pan on your wood grill



fify


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TU Rob
Troy Fan
Birmingham
Member since Nov 2008
10898 posts

re: Bought a new Blackstone Grill...looking forward to it
I started a thread last week about gas grill recs, but I keep thinking I would get more use out of a griddle instead. Does anyone have the 22 inch Tabletop with the hood and stand? Trying to decide between that and the 28 inch version. I like the idea of being able to take the tabletop with me places. Seems like you can get a full size propane tank with adapter on that one, or use the little Coleman bottles if you're taking it somewhere.


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