Fire up the grill and have dinner on the table super fast with these recipes that are made for the grill.
This sweet-and-spicy Asian-inspired dish is an impressive meal, but takes less than an hour! Serve with coleslaw for an easy
These chicken kabobs are marinated with rosemary, Dijon mustard, and red wine vinegar, and are paired with bell peppers, cherry
tomatoes, and mushrooms for an easy weeknight meal.
For an easy side to your kabobs, cut two large zucchini into 2-inch-long sticks. Place on an aluminum-foil lined baking sheet,
and toss with 1 Tbsp. olive oil and 1 tsp. salt. Bake at 425˚ for 25 minutes or until browned, turning once.
Jerk seasoning brings the heat in this pork tenderloin recipe while the sweet blackberry sauce keeps the flavor from getting
too over the top.
Chicken thighs are seasoned with rub of dried thyme, oregano, cumin, and paprika. The versatile white sauce received our highest
rating and is also good as a condiment for burgers.
Tilapia tacos are a healthier version of fried fish tacos that grills the fish instead of pan-frying it in oil. The citrus
juices and spicy slaw in this recipe pack in tons of flavor.
Sweet orange marmalade is slightly less bitter than traditional orange marmalade. Either works fine in this recipe. If your
chops are thinner than ours, reduce the grilling time.
Some types of fish are just made for the grill. One of our favorites is red snapper. This simple grilled fish recipe gets
a kick of flavor from Greek seasoning and grills up in less than 20 minutes.
Planning on having friends over? Impress them with a hearty steak pizza. The recipe serves four, so double it to serve six
to eight. Most grills can handle two (12 inch) pizzas at a time.
Forget to marinate the chicken in advance? No problem. This rub only takes 30 minutes. Simply add the refreshing, flavorful
Watermelon-Feta Salad for a quick and easy meal your family will love.
Combine steak, yellow squash, red onion, and couscous on your plate for a hearty yet simple one-dish dinner.
These simply-seasoned grilled pork tenderloin sandwiches are topped with a sweet onion barbecue sauce and served on whole
wheat buns. Add vitamin-rich leafy greens, such as romaine lettuce, Bibb lettuce, or peppery arugula.
This flavor-packed steak takes on a Southwest flair with dried chipotle powder seasoning and a creamy avocado sauce.
For a complete meal ready in 30 minutes, grill corn and chicken breasts brushed with a simple mayonnaise-based spread. While
the corn and chicken cook, mix a simple oil-and-vinegar dressing with coleslaw mix. Viola, supper! Dice leftover grilled chicken,
and then combine with leftover slaw for a tasty lunch.
Grill this summery tart for a crunchy, flavorful main dish. Mozzarella, tomatoes, and rosemary create a refreshing combination
atop a puff pastry base. Add a side salad for a tasty, light supper.
Try this classic barbecue chicken recipe with bone-in chicken breasts and drumsticks. You'll most likely have all the ingredients
for the barbecue sauce on hand.
Serve Cuban Mojo Chicken on a bed of steamed green beans. Chopped fresh mint adds a surprising burst of flavor.
These sandwiches are easy to prepare and throw on the grill. You’ll recognize the aromatic, nutty-flavored cumin from Southwestern
dishes. Try serving with grilled sweet potatoes.
Good food doesn't have to be complicated. Enjoy this terrific menu that can be on the table in 40 minutes. These pork chops,
seasoned with common pantry spices, deliver loads of flavor with little effort. Serve with Basmati Rice and Peas.