So, you want to cook with some cedar grilling wraps and you don’t know where to get them. In this day and age, you can pretty much find anything on the Internet, wraps included. I would recommend getting them straight from the source.
If meal planning is not your strength and you need them faster than the postal service can deliver, they can be found in a variety of places. Grocery stores often have them on display at the meat and seafood counter, at hardware stores you can find them in the BBQ and grilling sections; they are also often available at specialty food stores and outlets that specialize in BBQ and outdoor cooking.
Using grilling wraps is extremely simple: just soak them in water for several minutes, place your food on top, roll with the grain, and secure with a piece of twine. Your food is now ready to cook. The flavor of Cedar can be paired with a large variety of ingredients, but here are some of my favorite wrap recipes.
These aromatic little bundles can also be prepared in advance, covered and stored in the fridge for later use, this can help free up your time and allow you to focus on other parts of the meal. Cedar wraps work equally well on the grill or in the oven and your food will be infused with the delicious fresh wood flavor of Cedar.
Cedar grilling wraps are shelf stable and don’t really expire, so feel free to stock up for next time and be ready for some tasty, creative and spontaneous grilling.
Alder Grilling Wraps
Alder Grilling Wraps have a subtle, all-purpose smokiness thatpairs especially well with halibut and other white fish, seafood, vegetables and fruit. It’s a milder smoke flavor than our Cedar wraps, and is thus the perfect subtle smoke for any meal. Just like Cedar wraps, you can use these Alder wraps in the oven when you want smoky flavor, but don’t want to go outside to grill.