Top Rated Grilling Recipes

The first day of Spring just happened and as some of the United States is still battling that "white stuff", others around the country are whipping out the grill and firing it up. At Spiceologist, we grill year round, because we're like the postal service of grilling. Neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night will keep us from grilling up deliciousness. Take this Grilled Paella for instance. The entire dish is made on the BBQ. No firing up the stove for this one. And let me tell you, it's a delicious and easy way to make paella! My only chef note is to prep and measure out all of your ingredients before you start. You'll be glad you did.
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Grilled Country Pork Chops With Bourbon-Basted Grilled Peaches Recipe
Grilling gives peaches and other stone fruits a flavor boost, bringing their natural sugar to the fore. Use freestone peaches so that you can easily twist the halves off the pit. Baste them with butter, honey, and bourbon as they grill to give them a sheen, then serve with a juicy pork chop, brined for a full day to season it all the way through.See all recipes for pork.
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Making grilled pizza is a bit of a participatory event, and is best done when guests are outside, milling near the grill. Guests can get involved in customizing their pizzas or requesting combinations. Use whatever toppings you like in addition to the tomatoes.
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Grilled Grits
“Grilled Grits are a tasty example of an Americana fusion food. Taking a traditional southern breakfast side dish and turning it into a grilled compliment for a mid-western barbecue and wine dinner proved easy and delicious.” – Dan Zehr of Platter Talk food blog.Find his original recipe here! 
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Grilled Broccoli
The best part of this broccoli is the char is receives from the grill- the dark brown crispy edges of grilled broccoli will make you re-think the vegetable all together. The preparation and seasonings are simple so you don't miss out on the true broccoli flavor.Be patient here, they need to spend 8-10 minutes of the gril to become tender; don't be afraid of charred marks as they are full of flavor. Dark brown is not burnt. 
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Grilled Tomatoes
Think of this as a cool-weather option for grilled tomatoes. Although these grilled tomatoes are cooked under a broiler, one could argue that a broiler is essentially an upside-down grill. Besides, once you sink your teeth into the bubbling hot spinach stuffing, it won't really matter exactly how these tomatoes were cooked. These tomatoes are extremely popular at Joe's Stone Crab, with locations in Miami, Chicago, and Las Vegas. See all spinach recipes. 
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kale
Justin Burdett, chef-owner of Local Provisions in the heart of downtown Asheville, N.C., grills whole kale for a hearty, winter vegetable option.To grill the kale, Burdett blanches and shocks whole kale — stems and all. He then coats the kale lightly with olive oil, salt, and pepper before charring it on the grill. Once charred, he removes the kale from the grill and finishes it with lemon juice. The result is hearty kale stalks with a slight char flavor, which is brightened by the acidity from the lemon juice. If you love kale then you should also try making smoothies — trust us, this is a smoothie recipe you’ll love.  
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Grilled Beets
When it comes to beets, I just can’t get enough and one of my favorite methods for preparing them is fire roasting.  A little olive oil, a little heat, some salt and pepper and suddenly you’re good to go! Click here for more Grilled Easter Recipes From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.  
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Grilled Guacamole
Quickly grill your avocados before mixing them with fresh tomatoes, cilantro, and lime juice to give your favorite dip a slightly smoky flavor.Recipe Courtesy of Clint Cantwell, Grillocracy.com
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Summer is the perfect time to step out of your comfort zone and try new grilled recipes. At your next barbecue, make this grilled goat recipe from a Himalayan Restaurant in Niles, Illinois. Co-owners Vivek Kunwar and Kiran Benz offer the dish at both locations.
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Nectarines
Nectarines may be unexpected on the grill, but this is sure to be a hit at your next potluck. The salty feta intermingles well with the sweet nectarine infused with a hint of smoke. This recipe comes to us from Vivian of Macca’s Meatless Monday. Click here to see Meatless Monday Summer Grilling Tips.
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Grilled Artichokes
My goodness, this recipe is delicious! It’s ridiculously simple, and most surely worth cooking several days in a row. It’s time to use your grill for more than burgers. Say hello to some tasty healthy grilled artichokes! The artichokes are steamed first, so that they are nice and tender, then put on the grill to get a touch of smoke flavor and some charred grill lines. The cavities are filled with butter and lemon, which permeates throughout the artichoke petals so that each bite is perfectly "dipped" in lemon butter. Awesome. Click here to see In Season: Artichokes.
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