June 25, 2020
Summer’s here, and that means it’s time to toss your favorite meats and veggies on the grill. To inspire your next cookout, we’ve rounded up our best recipes from the blog, plus grilling tips to keep you safe and get the most out of your ingredients.
Before we get to the ultimate BBQ menu, let’s get those FAQs answered.
You might not think of outdoor grilling as a health hazard, but 7,000 Americans are injured each year using backyard barbecue grills—most often from using products incorrectly. No matter which kind of grill you’re working with, follow these guidelines for the best experience possible.
If grilling the perfect burger is on your summer to-do list, here are some tips to make it happen.
Tri tip is a triangular piece of beef cut from the sirloin. Here’s how to make it:
This recipe round up has a little bit of everything: chicken, shrimp, steak, and even vegan pizza.
One of the best grilled chicken recipes for summer is a Thai-inspired dish that’s easy to prep in advance. Chicken breasts are marinated in red curry paste and coconut milk, then skewered for faster cooking.
Just add guacamole and it’s definitely a party. Using organic fajita seasoning makes this grilled chicken breast recipe extra flavorful. Pro tip: Slice limes in half and grill them for a smoky squeeze of juice.
We’re modernizing a salad from the 1900s by livening up grilled shrimp with paprika and special sauce. Serve on a bed of greens with hard-boiled eggs, sliced avocado, and juicy tomatoes for light grilled supper.
If you’ve never experimented with fruit on the grill, this summer is the perfect time to start. Charred kebabs pair shrimp with pineapple and tuna with peaches. Don’t forget the citrusy, garlic-infused marinade!
Everyone needs a reliable grilled hamburger recipe. Our seasoning calls for garlic powder, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, and Dijon mustard, and gets dinner on the table in 30 minutes.
When you think of grilled food, vegan recipes don’t often come to mind, but it’s time that changed. A simple pizza dough is topped with EVOO, tapenade, and fresh veggies for a light summertime dish.
The secret ingredient to our grilled salmon recipe is a cedar plank. The wood adds a subtle smoky flavor to every bite, and a citrus-inspired marinade adds brightness.
Homemade cherry steak sauce makes this ribeye steak recipe extra memorable. Make the sauce in advance and warm it up right before dinner to save a few steps!
Wondering what side dishes go well with grilled salmon? How about side dishes for grilled chicken or pork chops? These seasonal sides will enhance anything you put on the grill.
Grilled salad? Oh, yes. Romaine is a sturdier green that can handle some heat, and you’ll love how the outer leaves soften and char as they grill. A creamy avocado-lime dressing really brings out the flavor.
Try this grilled zucchini recipe that’s a stellar side for chicken thighs, fish, or pork. You can either make it ahead by sautéing the squash indoors, or throw your zucchini on the grill while you’re cooking everything else.
Although this recipe uses canned tomatoes to make things all-season friendly, swap in fresh chopped tomatoes when they’re in season. Throw a baguette on the grill and you’re good to go with a simple appetizer or side dish.
Creamy and salty grilled corn is practically a summer rite of passage. We slather our cobs with an avocado-oil based mayo, then add tart feta cheese and lots of lime and cilantro. This would be a star side dish for grilled shrimp, chicken, or skirt steak.
Take any grilled food up a notch by serving chimichurri alongside. This Argentinian dipping sauce (made with plenty of fresh herbs and garlic) is a classic accompaniment for steak, but it’s dynamite on mixed vegetables or chicken, too.
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