Fast & Fresh grilled dinners
Fire up these delicious summery meals, ready in 30 minutes or less
Forget that greasy, batter-covered mess that normally comes to mind with fish and chips. This dish is done entirely on the grill ("chips" too!) so the result is both delicious and healthy.
Recipe: Grilled Fish and "Chips"
Take all the best flavors of summer and serve them on grilled bread for a fresh and summery open-faced sandwich. Eat a few as a whole meal or make a few smaller ones and serve them as appetizers while the grill heats up for bigger items.
Recipe: Open-face Caprese Sandwiches
The secret to this dish is in the sauce. It's sweet, creamy, and a bit spicy. We've served it over simple chicken breasts for an easy dinner, but it would be great on grilled chicken satays or even grilled chicken wings.
Having a group over for a cookout but not sure if someone is a vegetarian? This is a great item to add to the grill. Guests can then fill the pitas with ingredients of their choice.
Recipe: Grilled Halloumi Pitas
The spicy marinade of the grilled lamb lends lots of kick to this quick dinner. But it's the zing of this easy-to-toss-together salad that won us over.
If you like a good roast beef sandwich, then this dish is for you. The horseradish acts as a seasoning on the steak, adding just the right amount of flavor. Served alongside the grilled mushroom salad, what's not to love?
We put the shrimp on the skewer tail first so that you can easily cook them on the grill, then easily remove and eat the shrimp. The cucmber salad is cool and refreshing.
Some people like to serve these on grilled buns for a whopper of a chicken sandwich. We prefer to serve the chicken in its natural, top-heavy state with a simple side of black beans. You be the judge.
A bit on the elegant side, this grilled salmon dinner is a nice thing to make if you want to impress guests. The sauce is very flavorful and pairs wonderfully with a dry white wine.
It’s an unusual combination, but when coffee and chile mingle with meat, the flavor is extraordinary. The relish adds an exclamation point.