I have so many peppers growing this summer that I can’t keep up with them. With a great depth of flavor from the chargrilled, roasted red peppers, Romesco Sauce is a nice accompaniment to barbecued meats, fish and vegetables.
This recipe is great for either a weeknight or weekend dinner requiring very little attention once the chicken is on the barbecue. Making your own harissa paste will give you a much more vibrant and flavorful result than something from a jar. You will only need half of the harissa for the chicken recipe, leaving you extra to keep in the fridge to use in your cooking over the following days.
This summer, expand your grilling horizons. Fruit and vegetables have a place on the grill as well.
Fire up the grill for a backyard cookout that your family will love. Dig into these spicy chicken drumsticks.
Fire up the grill for a backyard cookout your family will love. Dig into burgers, brats, or saucy ribs. Fruit and vegetables have a place on the grill tool. Grill up some sweet onions and make this delicious Grilled Onion Dip.
Keeping sausages in a foil pan of beer on the grill is a delicious way to keep them warm so guests can help themselves.
Wild caught salmon, seasoned with garlic and rosemary, tastes so good grilled on a cedar plank. Salmon is very keto friendly and is virtually carb-free. I prefer to use wild caught salmon rather than farmed.
Make the most of cookout season with this simple, any-night-of-the-week, recipe. Make sure to prick the sausages first so they won’t split on the grill.
I love to grill meats and vegetables. For perfectly cooked chicken start over a medium-high heat until grill marks appear, then finish cooking over a medium heat.
Grilling peaches elevates the sweetness in this easy dessert that’s perfect for entertaining.