Home Propane Grilling Recipes for the Big Game

The Super Bowl is just around the corner — time to heat up the home propane grill! Rain or shine, game day is the best time to give your favorite home propane grilling recipes a try. Here are a few great game day recipes sure to score a touchdown with party guests. 


Glazed Bacon & Cheese-Filled Burgers

Recipe c/o Delish.com

Yields: 4



3 tbsp. dark brown sugar

1 ½ tsp. paprika

½ tsp. garlic powder

½ tsp. ground cumin

¼ tsp. chipotle powder

¼ tsp. salt

¼ tsp. fresh ground pepper

1 lb. ground beef

½ cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled

4 burger rolls



  1. Heat propane home grill on a medium setting. Combine sugar, spices, salt and pepper in a bowl. Set aside. Form beef into 8 equal patties. Toss cheese and crumbled bacon together and place an equal amount on 4 of the patties.
  2. Place remaining patties over cheese and bacon. Pinch edges to seal. Generously pat each burger with the reserved spice mixture. Place on home propane grill and cook to desired doneness, about 5 minutes per side for medium.

Propane Grill Smoked Brisket

Recipe c/o GroupRecipes.com

Yields: 5-8



5-8 lbs. brisket

2 aluminum foil pans (turkey size)

Aluminum foil

Mesquite or hickory wood chips

½ cup red wine vinegar

¼ cup Worcester sauce

2 cups water

Favorite BBQ sauce



3 tbsp. lemon pepper

3 tbsp. paprika

1 tbsp. Cayenne pepper

1 tbsp. salt

½ cup brown sugar

  1. Soak wood chips in vinegar, 2 cups water and Worcester sauce overnight prior to cooking.
  2. While soaking wood chips, poke several holes in brisket and add rub evenly across bottom of brisket, fat side up.
  3. Baste entire basket with BBQ sauce. Let marinate while chips are smoking.



  1. Preheat home propane grill to about 230 degrees. Try to maintain this temperature during duration of cook time.
  2. Using one aluminum pan, pour wood chips into bottom of pan. Spread evenly and pour in remainder of mixture while they are soaking.
  3. Lay a sheet of aluminum foil over chips and poke holes all over. Leave a place in the corner where you can pour more water into the bottom pan during cooking.
  4. On top of foil, place brisket, fat side up.
  5. Cover with other foil pan and place on home propane grill.
  6. For the first 5 hours, pour ¼ cup Worcester sauce, ½ cup red wine vinegar and 1 cup water into bottom pan to re-moisten the wood chips.
  7. For the last 3 hours, let the bottom pan and chips dry out.
  8. Keep the brisket covered the entire time while cooking, except to add more water mixture.
  9. Once done (the meat should slice very easily), let cool for about 15 minutes and serve with a side of your favorite BBQ sauce.

Grilled Mini Caprese Pizzas

Recipe c/o GrillGrrrl.com



One package refrigerated pizza dough (or you can make your own)

2 tomatoes, thinly sliced and drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper

Mozzarella cheese, sliced into bite size pieces

Fresh basil



Olive oil

  1. Preheat home propane grill to medium heat. Roll out pizza dough on a flat surface. Using a small bowl or wide mouthed glass, cut dough into small circles to make mini pizzas. Roll leftover dough pieces together, flatten and repeat cutting into small, circular cutouts.
  2. Brush both sides of dough with olive oil. Spray home propane grill with non-stick spray. Grill dough until grate marks appear, about 5 minutes. Flip dough, then with grilled side up, add tomato slices, a piece of basil and mozzarella.
  3. Grill for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.