The versatility of your MHP grill makes cooking most foods easy and great tasting. So for excellent tips, grilling hints and great eating enjoyment try these mouth watering recipes from us and our barbecuing friends.

MHP Recipes

MHP's recipe book, How To Get The Most Out Of Your MHP Gas Grill, consists of vital grilling basics plus a great number of pages loaded with cooking ideas. We’ve found that once people learn the basics, they usually want more information and ideas for wider variety of gas grilling foods and meals.

All of the recipes in this book have suggested cooking times. These times are only guidelines, as personal taste and weather conditions differ greatly. We know you’ll enjoy many of these recipes, and will use them as a guide when creating your own favorites to outdoor cooking.

John Henry's Grilled Pork Chops
  1. 4 6 0z. center cut chops (3/4" thick)
  2. 3 Tbsp. of my "Pecan Rub Seasoning"
  3. 1 Tbsp. of my "Tammy's Herbal Rub Seasoning"
  4. Season to taste with my "Honey lemon Pepper"

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Bandana Bandito Beef Fajitas
  1. 2-3 lbs. skirt steak
  2. 1 12 oz. bottle Bandana Bandito Fajita Marinade
  3. 1 16 oz. jar Bandana Bandito Pico de Gallo

Place skirt steaks into glass pan. Pour over the Bandit's Fajita Marinade. Cover with foil or lid and let stand for 2 hours at room temperature.Turn steaks over and continue to let stand at room temperature for another 2 hours. Skirt steaks need to soak up the marinade.

Preheat grill and set for medium-high heat. Lay skirt steaks on grill 6 inches or lower above heat source, cover and let cook for 4-5 minutes. Then uncover and turn steaks. There will be lots of smoke, but with a smell that will make your neighbors want to know what you are cooking. It smells great. Cook another 4-5 minutes or until steaks are done medium rare. Do not over cook.

Take steaks off grill, wrap in foil and let rest for about 10 minutes. Unwrap foil and put steaks on cutting board. Slice steaks across the grain with a slight angle into 1/4 inch slices. Serve immediately with warmed flour tortillas, Pico de Gallo and guacamole. The Bandit also likes a heaping helping of spanish rice and frijoles with this meal.

Ribman BBQ Kabobs
  1. Bamboo Skewers
  2. Ribman Quick-Q Smoked Tip Teasers
  3. Any Variety of vegetables
  4. Barbecue Sauce

Soak Bamboo skewers. Thaw Tip Teasers and using similar-sized pieces, place on skewer, alternating with any of the following: pineapple chunks, new potatoes, corn cobs, peppers, mushrooms, let your imagination run! Heat on grill for 3 to 4 minutes. Brush with your favorite barbecue sauce and serve!

Kabobs can be prepared up to 12 hours in advance.

Recipe Switch: Instead of barbecue sauce, try brushing the kabobs with a picante or salsa for a Mexican treat!

Southwest Habanero Heaven

For monthly recipes with unique uses of 80 gourmet sauces, salsas, snacks & condiments containing habanero peppers, please visit Southwest's website:

Culinary Institute of Smoke-Cooking

Master BBQ Cooking School: