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Top 10 Things To Cook On The Grill

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It doesn’t matter the day of the week, once we hit summer there is never a bad time to do some grilling.  Coming up with new things to grill is a fun challenge.  I personally love to load up aluminum foil with fish, veggies, garlic and butter once in awhile and grill it up.  Here is a top ten of things to enjoy on your grill.

 

Chicken

Chicken is one of the most available and cost-effective items you can grill. Purchasing a mixture of pieces ensures that each guest will find something they like.

Steak

The aromatics from a grill are what bring out some of the best flavor in a steak. Whether it is t-bone or ribeye, cooking a steak on the grill can breathe new life into it. Because meat preferences can vary, you also can cook steak at varying levels of doneness.

Hot Dogs/Sausage

It’s hard to go wrong with the classics and hot dogs, sausages and kielbasas are staples at cookouts. They can be cooked in a matter of minutes. Think of them as a first course of sorts to hold guests over for the rest of the meal.

Fish

Cooking fish on a grill may be intimidating but you will find that fish absorbs the smoky flavor very well. Using cooking spray or olive oil will prevent the fish from sticking. Monitoring it regularly will help you to remove the fish when it is done so that it is flaky with adequate moisture. Experiment with your favorite varieties; no fish is off limits.

Ribs

If you enjoy ribs at your favorite restaurant, you can enjoy them at home. Slow cooking is what makes ribs enjoyable and tender. Baby back ribs are a common choice. For guests who don’t eat pork, you can make beef ribs or rib tips.

Burgers

Burgers are a universal favorite and are best enjoyed when grilled. There are a variety of ground meats to choose from, including beef, chicken, lamb, bison and even salmon. Offer a variety of types of burgers as well as toppings to meet all of your guests’ tastes.

Tofu

If you are vegetarian or if you have vegetarian guests, don’t forget about them. Extra-firm tofu can be cooked on a grill, in a similar fashion to meat with adequate seasoning. Be sure to use a grill pan and do not cook the tofu on or near where meat is being cooked if you are cooking a variety of things.

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