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This grilled dish will add not only veggies to your meal, but also some healthy fats. This dish uses an olive oil-based marinade on the vegetables before you start grilling. Add some hummus and you’ll have a great appetizer.
Although this is not necessarily a Mexican dish, it is Mexican-inspired. This corn on the cob recipe adds taco seasoning, lime juice and pecorino cheese to the butter served with it.
Halloumi is one of the many kinds of cheeses from around the world that everyone needs to try, and it is great on a grilled sandwich. Halloumi has a high melting point, which makes it a popular grilled snack.
After you have picked the perfect watermelon at the market or the grocery store, there are many things you can do with it. One of those things is throwing it on the grill.
The grill doesn’t have to be reserved for the main course. Delicious salsa and dip recipes can also benefit from a little char. This recipe complements that grilled flavor with Old Bay seasoning.
This dish will increase your Vitamin D intake with some tuna steaks marinated in soy sauce, orange juice and parsley.
This dish is a quick and easy way to satisfy your cheesy cravings. Although it is similar to grilled cheese, there is a difference. If you grill some bell peppers, onion and zucchini and add some some bean spread and mozzarella cheese, you can have a full-on meal.
Beans are a good option for brain-healthy foods, and cannellini beans are a great option for bean dip. The grilling comes in with the onions, scallions, basil and garlic.
You can easily boil your brats and your favorite beer directly on the grill in a cast-iron skillet and top them with sautéed peppers and onions.
This is a quick and easy meal made on the grill that takes under half an hour. These burgers have a great Mediterranean flair because of the creamy harissa sauce.
This easy and delicious chicken recipe takes tasty grilled chicken and adds sesame oil, ginger and more to create a delicious Asian flavor.
Honey is a versatile ingredient with a surprisingly long shelf life that you should always have available in your kitchen. If you add some honey to a marinade of lemon juice, olive oil and other spices for your chicken, you will have a flavorful dish.
These Japanese-inspired wings are marinated in a plethora of ingredients including mirin, sake, brown sugar, soy sauce, rice vinegar, ginger and garlic to create delicious grilled wings.
This chicken thigh recipe is delicious with tomato and lima bean salsa. It’s also a good option if you want a nice, light meal.
The proper technique to butterflying a chicken is the kind of restaurant secret every home cook should know. This method helps the chicken cook quickly and evenly. This recipe’s herb and lemon sauce adds a light flavor to the dish.
This grilled chicken is made with a versatile Asian marinade of orange and soy sauce with sesame seed, ginger and crushed red pepper. It makes for a delicious flavor to enjoy on perfectly cooked grilled chicken.
That’s right, a grilled peanut butter sandwich. This is a great way to spice up a classic with cinnamon swirl bread used as the bun.
Make the best of some in-season plums with a coulis that can be served with grilled chicken wings.
Peaches are a great fruit for grilling, and this chicken kabob dish is no exception.
This grilled dish is another Asian-inspired recipe. In this dish, your grilled chicken will be accompanied by delicious stir-fry vegetables with a great charred flavor.
These grilled wings are great for those who cannot eat gluten, but they are also a great meal for those who can. Taco seasoning mix adds a tangy flavor great for wings.
This quick and easy breakfast option is just one of 101 brilliant ways to cook an egg. This seriously creative presentation fills the hole in your toast with a delicious egg.
Fruits are delicious alongside your favorite grilled dishes. So toss some mango in your slaw and serve it up with shrimp.
This grilled snack is similar to potato chips but without the fryer. This lighter version of potato chips is a great alternative reminiscent of classic state fair foods.
Try this outside-the-box steak dinner idea: Rub your steaks in a mix of tea, sea salt and brown sugar, then serve with a grilled corn salsa.
This burger has a delicious Southwestern smoky flavor that is topped with tangy lime mayo and a grilled avocado half that holds diced tomato and Mexican Cotija cheese.
Regular onions on burgers are fine, but grilled onions take it to the next level. Just make sure that you caramelize them correctly on the grill.
There are plenty of Caribbean-inspired flavors in these grilled burgers that can bring vacation vibes to your backyard. If these flavors aren’t for you, there are plenty of other unusual meat marinades you can try.
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