Rotisserie Parts and Accessories

In this section you will find grill rotisserie parts such as spit forks, spit rods, as well as some rotisserie accessories. As long as you know the width of your spit rod most rotisserie parts and accessories are a universal fit.

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Rotisserie Approximate Cooking Time Chart

All rotisserie cooking requires Medium-Hot indirect heat, and a drip pan. A large enough pan will provide the indirect heat for you. Fill pan ½ way with whatever you are going to baste the meat with and be sure that the liquid never runs dry through the cooking process. A dry drip pan that fills with grease will quickly turn into a 3-alarm fire ruining a perfectly good meal.

Remember if unsure always use a meat thermometer and follow the USDA temperature guidelines.

Beef Roast Bone In
Rare: 14 minutes per pound
Medium 16 minutes per pound
Well: 18 minutes per pound

Beef Roast Rolled
Rare: 16 minutes per pound
Medium 18 minutes per pound
Well: 20 minutes per pound

Chicken 3 to 4 pounds
1.5 hours baste occasionally

Cornish Game Hens 1 Pound
1 hour baste occasionally

Turkey 9 Pounds
3.5 hours baste occasionally

Pork Roast Bone in

22 minutes per pound baste frequently

Pork Roast Rolled
26 minutes per pound baste frequently

Pork Spare Ribs
1 hour baste frequently