Looking to Grill out this summer? Here are our 13 Delicious Grilling Recipes and what things to cook on the grill. Plus our Best Grilling Tips.
When it’s time to fire up the grill and grill out it’s no time to go light. Either go big on the flavor or go home is what we believe. We are Texans, meat sizzling on the grill is a must, either marinated steaks, grilled chicken, juicy burgers, or flavorful kabobs will win the day with us. So we have compiled together 13 of some of our favorite Grilling Recipes to sizzle up your cookout and make your mouth start to water. And we have also make a list of grilling tips to make your gill out the most successful.
But you may be lucky enough to live somewhere where you have several winter days that the sun comes out and inspires you to grill out, again and again, all year long.
But before you grill out, read these Grilling Tips:
It’s time for some Grilling Tips and Recipes to make this grilling season the best ever. If you are like us you can’t wait to fire up those grills and grill out. But First:
- Clean your grill with a long handle Grill Brush. Heat grill and brush to remove all leftover particles and grime prior to cooking.
- Oil the grill with high temp cooking oil using either a long handle oil brush or a Griller Grate Oiler Brush
- Go for the convenience and use a Grill Basket for small food like mushrooms, peppers, and onions. Or this same basket can be used for Salmon or a smoky flavored stirfry.
- Always use an Instant Read Waterproof Thermometer and for those larger cuts like brisket this Wireless Remote Digital Food Meat Thermometer so the food is cooked to the perfect temperature. Who wants to waste money and have either undercooked or dried-out dinner.
- For the ease of handling cuts of meat especially those large roasts or briskets a good set of bbq gloves that protect you from the fingers past the wrist is a must for us.
- Assorted Heavy-duty Grill tools in a dust proof case, because as the hubby says, use the right tool for the right job!
- A Yeti vacuum-sealed stainless steel Colster to allow the chef/Cook/BBQ guru to keep his/her beverage cold. Hubby says this should have been the first tip!
Hope you enjoy these Grilling Recipes
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