One of life’s simplest pleasures is cooking outdoors on the grill. Keep your stove off and fire up these 20 easy and satisfying recipes.
This simple grilled pizza recipe uses prosciutto and arugula, but you can top it however you choose. If you want to experiment with your pizza, consider these other great pizza night recipes.
If you’re looking for a superb Mexican recipe, it doesn’t get much simpler or much tastier than a classic grilled chicken fajita.
What truly makes the best burger blend ever, you ask? Adding bacon into the ground beef.
Jazz up your bottled barbecue sauce with jalapenos, thyme, habaneros, brown sugar and a few other pantry staples. Pour over wings, grilled chicken, grilled pork or shrimp.
One of the best vegetarian recipes around can be made on the grill. This simple grilled eggplant salad is great as a main course or a side.
No summer is complete without at least a few sausage sandwiches reminiscent of a baseball game. This simple grilled sausage and peppers dish will help you recreate the ballpark in your own backyard.
Bison has a naturally rich flavor that is perfect for the grill. It’s also leaner than beef and other meats, making it a healthy dinner option.
When life gives you lemons, make this lemon-caper grilled chicken recipe for dinner, which can be prepped in a grill pan on the stove or on the grill itself.
A good rub is the key to perfect grilled ribs, and this one comes straight out of the kitchen from New York’s Dinosaur Bar-B-Que.
Of all the regional barbecue styles out there, Alabama style, with its mayonnaise-based sauce, is one of the richest.
Grilled vegetables go on top of grilled pizza dough for a double dose of char in this healthy yet irresistible grilled veggie pizza recipe.
A cherry juice barbecue sauce adds a touch of sweetness and tartness to these savory steak skewers.
These cinnamon sugar grilled doughnuts have two advantages: they’re a quick and easy sweet treat and one of those desserts that can be made with five ingredients or fewer.
Grilled corn is one of those classic barbecue sides. It’s so simple that you’ll want to make it every night of the week once corn is in season.
Olive oil, mint and oregano give this flank steak recipe some Greek flair. Top it with tzatziki and serve with a cucumber salad for a great weeknight dinner.
Shrimp cooks on the grill in a matter of minutes, making for a quick yet healthy and delicious dinner. The cilantro-chili sauce adds the perfect kick.