Summer is the perfect time for grilling thanks to the fact that it’s too hot to cook indoors. Actually, it’s best to cook every possible meal off the grill. This does no way imply that you have to eat hot dogs and hamburgers for the next few months. Oh no, the grill is good for much more.
To be more precise, everything and anything you can think of can be prepared on the grates of a grill, sometimes with astonishing outcomes. Did you know salads produce a better taste when grilled first? Steaks, lamb chops and fish make so much more sense on the grill. Even desserts get a little more interesting when charred.
If you don’t own a grill, now just might be the time to invest. But don’t take our word for it, take a look at the 8 all-time best grilling recipes and you’ll see what we mean.
1. Tabasco grilled veggie skewers
With fresh summer produce and fish, these skewers will be the hit of your next barbecue.
2. Mini portobello burgers
Grilled mini portobello burgers offer vegetarians a savory option for the main course. But you might want to make extra — they look so good that meat lovers might snag one, too!
3. Barbecued country ribs with lemon
Country-style pork ribs come from the loin and are thicker, shorter, and meatier than
longer thin spareribs. Slow braising in a savory tomato-based barbecue sauce tenderizes and flavors the meat.
4. Classic cheeseburger
If you don’t want your bun to get soggy, don’t leave meat on it too long before eating. Add yellow Cheddar for a bite and that iconic look when it melts.
5. Glazed bacon and- cheese burgers
Consider adding crumbled bacon to the ground meat on hamburgers, with a dash of Worcestershire sauce, or breadcrumbs and beaten egg yolk.
6. Glazed country ribs
Brushed with red-currant glaze, these tender country-style pork ribs are infused with a crispy sweetness.
7. Grilled corn
For all our grilled corn recipes, brush 12 husked ears with olive oil. Grill on medium-high until tender, 20 minutes. Then you can eat it to your heart’s content.
8. Grilled succotash
This satisfying grilled summer side takes advantage of fresh seasonal produce like corn, tomatoes, basil, and lima beans.
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