Grills are one of the best tools for cooking. Even people who don’t know their way around the kitchen find themselves gravitating towards a grill. They’re easy to use and cook food in a flash.
Barbecued food has that beautiful brown sear, grill marks, smoky flavor, and savory taste of barbecue. Break out your quirkiest apron for an afternoon or evening of outdoor entertaining. We’ve got eight fantastic BBQ recipes that are a delicious departure from your grilled burger and hotdog routine.
The heat of this spicy and savory Jamaican-style grilled chicken goes perfectly with fresh, sweet mango salsa. Some real heat is in this dish, as the recipe calls for one large Scotch bonnet pepper.
It’s time to break free from your go-to pork chop dinner and give it a kick of flavor with brandy or dark beer. This recipe calls for a good bourbon like Jack Daniel’s, cayenne pepper, dark brown sugar, cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, and Worcestershire sauce.
This black bean burger might make you give up meat. Its meaty texture holds up well on the grill. The black bean burger patties are the perfect match for the recipe’s accompanying chipotle “mayo” made of silken tofu, cider vinegar, lemon juice, mustard powder, and chipotle paste.
The can of cola this recipe barbecue sauce calls for brings a delightful sweetness. The sugars along with the ketchup, apple cider vinegar, and brown sugar give it a good caramel crust and beautiful grill marks. The dry rub is also the secret to this recipe’s success.
This flavor-packed fish recipe couldn’t be easier to make. All you need is skin-on salmon fillet, light brown sugar, smoked paprika, grated lemon zest, ground black pepper, and salt. It only takes 25 to 28 minutes to cook.
Chicken tandoori-style kebabs are flavorful with its Indian spices that include Garam masala. Other spices that add to delightful flavors of this dish are chili powder, smoked paprika, and turmeric.
There’s a reason “shrimp on the barbie” is a thing. The grill is one of the best ways to prepare shrimp. And while it’s easier to buy shrimp peeled and deveined, grilling it fresh and with the shell on delivers the best flavor.
The secret to what makes this recipe so tasty is in the sauce. The shrimp delivers enough flavor on its own, and the sauce enhances that. It’s a simple sauce made of apple cider vinegar, honey, ketchup, hot sauce, garlic, and ginger.
This garlic grilled ribeye steak recipe is quick and easy. It takes only 15 minutes, including prep. You don’t have to marinate it for hours. What enhances the flavors of the meat is the garlic baste that involves a lot of garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, and Worcestershire sauce.
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