It’s summer andthat means it’s time to fire up the grill and make some amazingbarbeque favorites. With the beautiful warm weather, it’s theperfect time to entertain friends and wow them with some new dishes.While the corn on the cob, rib racks and grilled chicken are barbequestaples, there are so many things you can create on the grill. Tospice up your backyard parties and outdoor kickbacks, try these 12grilling recipes perfect for this summer.
This easy and quickrecipe is both delicious and hand-held, making it great for mixingand mingling at a summer soiree. Succulent shrimp combined with lemonzest and tomatoes will be your new favorite dish.
This recipe callsfor purple asparagus—or any color is fine—tossed in oil, salt andpepper. Grilling this vegetable brings out the flavor and color intasty way.
What’s not to loveabout Italian sausage, fresh basil, and mozzarella cheese on pitabread? This is olive-oil-drizzled flatbread is grilled to perfectionright on the grill.
Deliciously seasonedsquash is sliced thickly and tossed with olive oil, oregano, thyme,salt and pepper before throwing on the grill. This dish works greatas a meat replacement for vegans or vegetarians, or as just a sidedish to any meat entrée.
A spin on classiccookout fare, this recipe combines the deliciousness of surf andturf, featuring salt-brined grilled chicken glazed with oysterbarbeque sauce.
Coated to perfectionwith a succulent teriyaki glaze, these skewers include mango, bellpeppers, and sweet onions, seasoned with Sriracha and chili powder.
Tasty grilled wingstossed in lemon honey marinade and oregano, on a bed of whipped feta,is on the menu with this recipe that’s sure to become a backyardparty hit.
Salmon steaks,tossed and grilled with a tangy and sweet coriander sauce, are sureto wow the taste buds of your cookout guests.
Is yourmouthwatering already from just reading the title? This recipe ispacked with surprise and flavor, and calls for corn on the cobseasoned with sugar and spice rub, grilled and then tossed inbarbeque sauce and crushed chips or sesame seeds.
Picturingtraditional potato salad with diced potatoes? Think again with thisinnovative take on potato salad, including sliced potato and lemonoregano dressing.
If you’ve nevertried making food with cola, this summer is your chance. This recipecalls for cola as the base for the marinade to grill classic cookoutribs.
Wonderful as an appetizer or dessert, this dish includes tasty grilled pineapple wedges tossed in coconut flakes, and paired with lime and honey dip.