Nothing says summer quite like these three little letters: B-B-Q. Whether you’re a grilling novice or an experienced pitmaster, try out something new this season with these summer grilling recipes. You might even discover your new favorite BBQ recipe.
Grilled Cheeseburger Pizza
From My Suburban Kitchen comes the holy grail of grilled pizza: grilled cheeseburger pizza. This recipe puts a spin on the classic American cheeseburger while offering a new take on an Italian favorite. Just add ground beef, ketchup, and American cheese onto the pizza dough. Then, grill until the crust is browned, sprinkle with chopped tomatoes and shredded lettuce and enjoy.
Grilled Vegetable Panini
Need summer grilling recipes that are vegetarian-friendly? Check out this flavorful grilled panini recipe. The panini filling consists of grilled vegetables, including red onion, zucchini and bell peppers. Before serving, add a slice of mozzarella – which you can easily swap out for vegan cheese – and grill the baguette to get those perfect sear marks.
Baby Back Ribs with Boom Sauce
No backyard grilling season is complete without serving up some tantalizing ribs. Consult this recipe to add a little heat to your baby back ribs. It calls for habanero hot sauce, but you can amend the hot sauce to suit your preferences. For more heat, use a ghost pepper sauce. But, if that’s too extreme for your taste buds, opt for something a bit lower on the Scoville scale. For example, try a hot sauce made from jalapenos.
Sweet Maple Barbecue Chicken Kabobs
This finger-licking-good recipe uses pure maple syrup instead of honey in its BBQ sauce, adding a touch of caramelized sweetness. Simply serve these chicken kabobs alongside cornbread and grilled corn on the cob.
Grilled Salmon with Avocado Salsa
Packed with flavor, this grilled salmon recipe is seasoned with cumin, paprika, ancho chili, and black pepper. And, to add some color to your plate, the recipe also calls for a simple avocado salsa, which combines chopped avocado, red onion, lime juice and cilantro.
Grilled Sweet Potatoes
Bring the traditional grilled flavor you love to your favorite root vegetable with this recipe. With just a few simple ingredients, including tart cherry juice, brown sugar, butter, ground ginger and olive oil, you can transform this delicious side dish into a must-have barbecue classic.
Irresistibly simple, this grilled shrimp recipe from Rachael Ray cooks in less than 30 minutes. Simply skewer some jumbo shrimp, keeping the shells on, season with oil, salt and pepper, and place on the grill. Then, just before taking these mouthwatering shrimps off the grates, squeeze on fresh lemon juice. Finally, all that’s left is to eat them straight from the grill or use them to make shrimp tacos.
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