Grilled Dinner Ideas
The best grilled dinner ideas and grilled dinner recipes to try for summer (or even all year round!)
The absolute Best Grilled Turkey Burger recipe out there! These easy turkey burgers are super juicy, flavorful, & easy to make. Made with 5 simple ingredients, these healthy turkey burgers are great for weeknight dinners & summer BBQs. Stovetop instructions included. #grillingrecipes #turkeyburgerrecipe #grilledturkeyburgers #turkeyrecipes #grillrecipes #burgers #burgerrecipes
This bourbon wing recipe combines two of my favorite things: wings and bourbon of course. What’s better, I’m using a bourbon barrel-aged hot sauce from Horse Soldier bourbon that’s next-level complex. The subtle bourbon and oak flavors imparted after the aging is really unique and unlike anything found on a grocery store shelf.
I’ve developed this apple cinnamon brine for pork ribs that is not only easy to make but will give you consistently juicy and delicious results every time. One of the fun things about using a rib brine is that it works as well for St Louis cut ribs (spare ribs) as well as it does for baby back ribs.
This smoked mac n cheese is definitely going to have you and your guests asking for seconds. It makes an excellent addition to my smoked meatloaf, or the perfect topper for my meatloaf comfort burger or BBQ platter sandwich as well. The best “type” of cheese is subjective, of course. I personally love this combination of extra sharp cheddar and Gruyère.
I’d consider smoked chicken and cheese enchiladas a comfort food, but one that doesn’t have to be reserved for only the cold winter months like a beef stew. One of the best things about enchiladas is that you can fill them with about anything. Of course, today is all about smoked chicken enchiladas but you can use this same recipe with beef, pork, or just shredded cheese.
These easy steak fajitas are an awesome and quick dinner or the perfect Game Day appetizer. It's a recipe that works just as well with fresh meat like I use here as it does with leftover steak, which is always a challenge to reheat. If you use leftover seared steak, just slice it and throw it on the quesadilla cold, it will heat up as you grill the tortillas.
This Mustard Crusted Pork Shoulder has long been a favorite of mine. I learned to do pork using the low and slow technique years ago and while that technique produces great results, I am also a fan of hot and fast cooking. This recipe combines the higher heat from the latter style of cooking to build a bark that’s triple what other mop sauces will produce.
Garlic Herb Steak Foil Packs - Make these low carb, gluten free foil packs in the oven or on the grill for the perfect low carb summer dinner! #keto #Ketodiet #ketorecipes #Ketosteakfoilpacks #ketofoilpacks #foilpacks #steakrecipes #grillingrecipes #summerrecipes #healthy #gutenfree #food #recipes
When it comes to comfort foods, it’s hard to beat an open-faced hot beef sandwich. I mean, it uses a bunch of the comfort style food groups so it has to be near the top of the comfort food hierarchy, right? It’s got mashed potatoes, hearty beef and gravy, and bread — does it get any better?
Unlike an ordinary meatloaf, this smoked meatloaf isn’t just a great weeknight meal, it’s special enough to serve at a dinner party. I know. I know—the idea of serving meatloaf at a fancy dinner party seems a bit off, but trust me on this one. This meatloaf is an absolute show stopper.
The smoked coppa roast might just be the best piece of meat you’ve never tried. Let me rephrase that. If you’ve ever smoked a pork shoulder and then pulled it into a pile of deliciousness you’ve had the coppa. You might even have heard of the coppa roast by what it’s more commonly referred to: the money muscle.
If you’ve ever had a dry meatloaf, I’m going to give you the secret to solving that age-old problem in this blog. Meatloaf isn’t often something associated with outdoor cooking. This classic comfort food has had entire cookbooks written about it, but nearly all of those are designed for a meatloaf pan and an oven.
Pork ribs (either St. Louis-style spares or baby back ribs) are easy to cook, but unless you’re a very experienced pit master, it can be difficult to know when they’re ready to come off the grill or smoker. After reading this blog to the end, you’ll know definitively when your pork ribs are done.
These easy pork sliders are the perfect recipe for serving at gatherings and sporting events. I love trying various sandwiches and appetizers from all cultures and origins. I first was introduced to this style of slider many years ago when my sister-in-law—who is a much better cook than I—made them for a family gathering.
Dry brining is how this juicy pork recipe starts and really brings this cut of meat alive. This process seasons the meat similarly to wet brining, but without the water. Coat the pork with equal parts kosher salt and sugar and let rest for 24 hours. Allowing the meat to brine for 24 hours will ensure the brine penetrates into the meat.