Easy on-the-go cooking with Broil King Porta-Chef Stove

Cooking on-the-go has never been more reliable and convenient than with the Broil King Porta-Chef® series. With the ability to be used as a table top or standalone stove, the Porta-Chef™ Stove is the perfect campsite companion. Two cast iron windproof burners deliver consistent high heat performance, even in extreme conditions. Linear flow valves provide precise heat control. Adjustable leg levelers and integrated bubble level ensure the cook surface is flat. Lid lock transport pins and detachable legs provide easy portability.

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With the ability to be used as a table top or standalone stove, the Porta-Chef™ Stove is the perfect campsite companion. Proudly built in North America and built to last.

Cast Iron Burner

The camp stove features two top ported cast iron burners with 17,000 BTUs of performance. The steel chimney surround protects against wind and directs more heat towards the pot or pan.

Porcelain coated steel trivet

Made of heavy gauge steel and coated with porcelain this removable trivet is easy to clean and very durable.

Sure-Lite™ Push Button Ignition System

The Porta-Chef™ Stove are equipped with a Sure-Lite™ push button ignition to ensure the burners ignite quickly and easily.
Linear-Flow™ Infinitely Adjustable Burner Valve

Linear Flow™ valves with 180® control gives you infinite heat control. This allows you to set your grill to the perfect temperature.

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Adjustable leg levellers

Leg levellers to keep the stove level on uneven surfaces.

Propane Adapter

The Porta-Chef™ stove is designed for use with a 1lb propane tank.

Leg Storage

Removable snap-in legs that can be stored under the stove for easy portability.

Visit one TA Appliances 5 store locations in Kitchener, Barrie,  Brantford, Mississauga, and Toronto to get your own Broil King Porta-Chef stove!

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Broil King Recipe: APPLE PORK LOIN

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Something about the combination of apple and pork just works so well. You’ll get the best results from a long (24 hour) marinating time.

INGREDIENTS
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1 tbsp fresh ginger, minced
  • 1/4 cup cider vinegar
  • 1/2 cup apple cider
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp dijon mustard
  • 1 tbsp fresh rosemary, chopped
  • 1 tsp black pepper, freshly ground
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 3 1/2 lb pork loin

 

DIRECTIONS
  1. In a small mixing bowl combine all the ingredients except the olive oil. Slowly whisk in the olive oil. Place the pork loin in a heavy resealable plastic bag, and pour the marinade over top. Place the bag in a flat dish. Marinate for 6 – 24 hours turning occasionally.
  2. Place drip pan beneath grids, fill it half full with water or a combination of water, wine and apple cider. Preheat barbecue on HIGH. Reduce heat to LOW, brush grids with olive oil, and place roast on the grids. Cook for 1 1/2 hours, turning occasionally and basting with the marinade.

Broil King: Being Canadian Recipes

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How will a BBQ be part of your Canada Day celebrations – and most importantly, what are you grilling? To provide some inspiration for your get-together, we have gathered our favourite creations with an ode to regions all across the country. We look to the west for delicious beef, grilled corn, and cedar plank salmon. Grilled lobster and fingerling potatoes take us to the Maritimes, while central Canada provides us with a savoury pulled pork pizza and homemade poutine. And of course, an all-around classic Canadian treat to top off your meal – Bryn’s Mom’s Butter Tarts.

Check out our selection of appetizers, entrees, sides and desserts – there’s something here for every Canada Day barbecue, whether you’re relaxing with your family or joining the whole neighbourhood.

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APPETIZERS

broil king Smoked Lamb Sliders recipe

SMOKED LAMB SLIDERS
broil king Pulled Pork Pizza recipe

PULLED PORK PIZZA
broil king Bacon Wrapped Drumsticks recipe

BACON WRAPPED DRUMSTICKS
broil king Smoked Chicken Wings recipe

SMOKED CHICKEN WINGS
broil king Sausage Deluxe Grilled Bacon Potatoes recipe

SAUSAGE DELUXE GRILLED BACON POTATOES
broil king Pulled Pork Poutine recipe

PULLED PORK POUTINE
broil king Smoked Brie on a Cedar Plank recipe

SMOKED BRIE ON A CEDAR PLANK

 

ENTREES

broil king Smokey Beef Ribs With Chili-Mushroom Rub recipe

SMOKEY BEEF RIBS WITH CHILI-MUSHROOM RUB
broil king Apple Roasted Rotisserie Chicken recipe

APPLE ROASTED ROTISSERIE CHICKEN
broil king Maple Smoked Ribs recipe

MAPLE SMOKED RIBS
broil king The Perfect Steak recipe

THE PERFECT STEAK
broil king Grilled Lobster recipe

GRILLED LOBSTER
broil king Beer Can Chicken recipe

BEER CAN CHICKEN
broil king Cedar Plank Salmon recipe

CEDAR PLANK SALMON
broil king Pulled Pork recipe

PULLED PORK

 

SIDES

broil king Smoked Sweet Potatoes With Avocado Dip recipe

SMOKED SWEET POTATOES
broil king Composed Grilled Vegetable Platter recipe

GRILLED VEGETABLE PLATTER
broil king Grilled Corn On The Cob recipe

GRILLED CORN ON THE COB
broil king Grilled Vegetable Stacks recipe

GRILLED VEGETABLE STACKS
broil king Maple Barbecue Sauce recipe

MAPLE BARBECUE SAUCE
broil king Grilled Fingerling Potatoes recipe

GRILLED FINGERLING POTATOES

 

DESSERTS

broil king Bryn

BRYN’S MOM’S BUTTER TARTS
broil king Grilled Pineapple With Maple Syrup recipe

GRILLED PINEAPPLE WITH MAPLE SYRUP
broil king Old Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake recipe

STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE

Broil King: HOW DO I LOOK AFTER MY CAST IRON COOKING GRIDS?

Much like a cast iron frying pan, well-maintained cast iron grids can provide years of trouble-free use and prevent food from sticking to your grids. To keep your cast iron grids in top-notch condition, heat your grill to about 400°, turn your burners to low and coat your cooking grids with oil using a towel, basting brush or oil sprayer. Frequent reseasoning of your cast iron grids is always recommended.

Broil King: Smoking Wood Guide

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Smoking is another seasoning to add to grilled favourites. Like spices, different woods impart very different flavours – from the intense, spicy notes of mesquite and hickory, to the sweet and fragrant notes of apple and cherry.

 

Type Flavour Ideal Meats
Mesquite Pungent, Smoky, Spicy Beef, Pork
Hickory Pungent, Smoky Beef, Lamb, Pork
Whiskey Spicy, Smoky Pork, Poultry, Beef
Maple Sweet, Smoky Pork, Poultry
Pecan Rich, Flavourful Pork, Poultry, Lamb
Cherry Sweet, Smoky Pork, Poultry
Apple Sweet, Smoky Pork, Poultry, Seafood, Cheeses
Alder Mild, Smoky Lamb, Pork
Cedar Bright, Spicy, Smoky Seafood, Cheeses

If you’ve never done any smoking before, don’t overdo it – start with a small amount of wood chips (1/2 cup or so), and soak them in liquid for at least 1/2 hour. Drain the wood chips, and then scatter them directly on top of the smoldering coals.

Broil King Grilling Techniques: Indirect Grilling

The indirect method of grilling is a technique for cooking larger cuts of meat such as roasts or poultry. As the name implies, the food is not grilled directly over the heat but by hot air circulating around the food. This set up means there is no need to turn or baste the food. The result is delicious, worry-free barbecuing with little chance of flare-ups.

In this segment BBQ Naz shows you how to grill using the Indirect method. Indirect cooking is great for cuts of meat that take a while to cook. The indirect, convection oven like way the heat circulates around the oven keep the food moist. Watch and enjoy!

DRIP PAN METHOD

Indirect Cooking - Drip Pan

Juices and drippings fall and mix with the contents of the drip pan. This mixture will vapourize, impart delicious flavours and ensure a moist and succulent roast, chicken or turkey.

To use the drip pan method:

  1. Remove the grids and place the drip pan on top of the heat medium

  2. Pour water or other cooking liquid, such as fruit juice or wine, into the drip pan

  3. Replace the cooking grids

  4. Preheat the grill on HIGH for 10 minutes then adjust the heat to MEDIUM or MEDIUM/LOW

  5. Spray or brush the grids with cooking oil, then place the meat directly on the grids above the drip pan

  6. Close the lid, and sit back and relax as your food becomes infused with delicious flavour

ONE-BURNER METHOD

Indirect Cooking - One Burner

  1. Place a drip pan over the heat medium, under the cooking grids, on the side of the grill where you will be turning off the burner

  2. Preheat the grill on HIGH and then turn off one burner.

  3. Brush or spray the cooking grids with cooking oil.

  4. When grilling beef or pork sear the meat on all sides using the lit side of the grill and then transfer it over to the unlit side.

  5. Regulate the heat setting to maintain your desired temperature, (generally MEDIUM)

  6. This method is wonderful not only for roasts but also for thicker steaks, chops and bone-in cuts of chicken.

Broil King Grilling Techniques: Planking

PLANKING

Another unique and delicious way to grill food is by using a wooden plank. This is a surefire way to get delicious results and wow your dinner guests. The smoke created from the plank sitting directly above a lit burner infuses the meat with unsurpassed grilled flavour.

Broil King Planking

Using a plank is simple:

    1. Soak it in water for at least an hour and pat it dry
    2. Pre-heat your grill on HIGH for 10 minutes
    3. Coat both sides of the plank with olive oil then place the seasoned meat on it
    4. Place the plank on the grill directly over the lit burner and reduce the heat to MEDIUM-LOW
    5. Cook the meat to its desired doneness
    6. Cedar planks are ideal for salmon but don’t be afraid to try other meats with it. Pork goes great on a maple plank and lamb is delicious on alder.

Note: Make sure to be careful while handling the plank after grilling and that it is fully extinguished before discarding.