Recipes by Topic - cooking: grill

Beef And Onion Skewers

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Skewers are a classic grill favorite: they’re easy to cook and easy to eat, and somehow it’s just fun to pull your food off a stick in bite-sized pieces. Call it the inner cave(wo)man breaking through our 21st-century mores. Kids love them, too, and they’re easy to downsize for smaller…

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Spinach and Mushroom Chicken

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Take a break from salads but keep all the nutrition of spinach with a very simple grill recipe featuring sautéed vegetables as a topping for paprika-rubbed chicken. It’s an easy way to get protein and vegetables all in one recipe, with a delicious summery feel. When you sautee a big…

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Chicken and Pineapple Skewers

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Pineapple isn’t just for fruit salads! Slide it onto a skewer with a few chunks of chicken breast and grill everything with honey-mustard barbecue sauce for an easy and flavor-packed summer treat. It tastes a little bit like Hawaiian barbecue pizza – if Hawaiian barbecue pizza were a whole lot…

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Texas-Style Pork Ribs

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Started in the oven and finished on the grill, these ribs come out perfectly tender and sporting an irresistible charred crust, all without chaining you to the barbecue for hours on end. Refrigerating them with a mouth-kicking spice rub does a lot of the flavor work for you in advance,…

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Chili Burgers

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Can’t decide whether you want chili or a burger tonight? Have both! The chili sauce here is a nice change from ketchup and mustard; it’s technically optional but it really makes these burgers stand out from the crowd. In fact, you might actually want to make extra sauce, so you…

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Grilled Chicken With Lime Butter

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Honey, chocolate, chili, and…lime? That’s right – and it tastes delicious. The zingy citrus-herb butter perfectly brings out the warmer, savory flavors in the chicken rub, proving once again that cocoa powder is a completely legitimate ingredient in things that aren’t candy. If you remember loving chocolate but even the…

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Salmon with Tomato Pesto

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You’ve made pesto with basil – maybe even with asparagus. But have you ever tried it with tomatoes? It’s a new and different taste, but just give it a shot; you might like it! Tomatoes have a delicious natural sweetness that fits perfectly with grilled salmon, and pesto is a…

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Grilled Pork With Basil Rub

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Does anything smell more like high summer than fresh, newly-crushed basil? Even without a ripe tomato as its partner-in-crime, basil brings an irresistible herbal flavor (not to mention a mouthwatering smell!) to these pork chops, in the form of a quick and simple wet rub. With some lemon along for…

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Steak and Cucumber Salad

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Cool and juicy cucumbers are the perfect summer vegetables: add a touch of elegance here by slicing them into thin diagonal rounds instead of chunks. A zippy garlic-lime sauce adds some extra flavor to that crunch; top it all off with some juicy steak slices for contrast, and you’ve got…

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Aussie Burger

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In the land that brought us the platypus, is it any surprise that an ordinary burger would evolve into something completely over-the-top? The Aussie burger sets off the patty itself with a sweet, crunchy slice of pineapple and the slightly sharper tang of marinated beets, and tops everything off with…

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Cuban Style Pork Chops

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Add some zing to a tender pork chop with a lime and cumin spice rub, turn up the heat with fresh-cracked peppercorns, and then serve it all with a side of juicy mango slices warmed up in the skillet: it’s a fresh new take on the pork-fruit combination, and with…

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Honey-Mustard Drumsticks

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Sweet on your tongue and sticky on your fingers, but still with that unmistakable tingle of mustard at the back of your nose, honey-mustard sauce is a crowd favorite for a reason. And after a nice long marinade, these drumsticks soak it all in, just in time for a quick…

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Beef Satay

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In its native Indonesia, satay is a masterpiece of culinary variety, a simple concept expanded to embrace any kind of meat you can fit on a stick. There’s steak, pork, and chicken – but there’s also liver, tripe, quail eggs, eel, and rabbit, all of it marinated, grilled on a…

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Shrimp Sausage Skewers

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Shrimp are the perfect complement to strong, sauces because they don’t have a very distinctive flavor themselves. These skewers use them to balance the juicy, fatty sausage and the spicy creole seasoning: without the shrimp, the skewers would be a little overwhelming. As it is, they’re just plain delicious, and…

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Grilled Steak Salad

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Sometimes, the best things in life are the simple pleasures – food doesn’t have to be fancy or complicated, just fresh, flavorful, and on the table when you’re hungry. This salad fits the bill perfectly, with nothing that’s unfamiliar or challenging to cook, and a delicious final result that’s ready…

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Tilapia With Thai Curry

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If you always thought tilapia was bland and boring “health food,” think again: when you’re not afraid to add fat and spices to your dinner, the fish can really shine. Coconut curry sauce gives every bite of this fish a bold, spicy flavor, backed by the underlying richness of coconut…

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Sea Scallops and Asparagus

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Arranged on a bed of asparagus and topped with a bold orange vinaigrette, these scallops look like an appetizer straight out of a fancy restaurant, and they taste just as good. Scallops are technically part of the mollusk family, and the edible part of the scallop is the muscle that…

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