Fire up the grill and try one of our favorite grilling recipes, from classic main dishes -- including chicken, ribs, pork, burgers, steak, and more -- to seasonal sides, salads, skewers, and desserts.
Tri-tip -- a Santa Maria-style sirloin -- gains rich, beefy flavor from a regimen of seasoning, basting, and smoking. Grilled avocados complete the roast with buttery distinction.
Grilled Recipe Tip: For the most authentic barbecued tri-tip, use red oak wood chips, which impart a signature flavor.
These mouthwatering hamburgers taste even better with the addition of a juicy whiskey-cheddar filling. Prepare them the night before for a 20-minute grilled dinner solution.
It wouldn't be summer grilling without hot dogs, and this recipe takes classic grilled frankfurters to a whole new level. Lettuce, tomato, and avocado complement the sausage sandwich, along with a simple corn relish. To add a bit of heat, top the loaded dogs with sliced fresh jalapeno peppers.
Marinated in a white balsamic vinegar, this salmon's sweet-tart flavor pairs perfectly with cool cucumbers and crumbly feta. Give your kabobs added citrus flavor by soaking the skewers in lemon juice instead of water.
Grilled peach halves gain sweet, smoky flavor from a maple grilling plank. Paired with creamy goat cheese, honey, and walnuts, the grilled fruit makes a perfect low-cal summertime dessert.
A cookout wouldn't be complete without our signature barbecued chicken recipe. The secret to success? Brush on the barbecue sauce only during the last 15 minutes of grilling for a gorgeous glaze that won't have time to burn.
Apple cider, cloves, and peppercorns give tender pork chops a sweet-and-spicy brine. Bonus! After marinating, the chops take just 7 minutes on the grill.
Grilled Recipe Tip: For a good all-purpose brine, use a ratio of 2 cups kosher salt per 1 gallon (16 cups) of liquid.
Great as either a side or main dish, these stuffed sweet peppers are loaded with flavor. Filled with a hearty mix of veggies, shrimp, chicken, and sausage, and topped off with Alfredo sauce, this delicious grilling recipe is sure to be a hit.
An arugula, mint, and lime marinade adds bright flavor to this array of colorful baby veggies. Serve them with the remaining sauce for dipping, and they'll be gone in a flash.
Smoky heat does incredible things to even the simplest vegetables. Find out how to grill your veggies to perfection every time.
Most foods only get better when wrapped in prosciutto, and these grilled scallops are no exception. Marinate the mild seafood in a blend of balsamic vinegar, fresh mint, parsley, lemon peel, and garlic for a guaranteed flavor boost.
Stuffed mushrooms never tasted so good. Fill portobello mushroom caps with a blend of spicy mustard, baby spinach, bread crumbs, cheddar cheese, and chopped pecans for a seriously addicting grilled appetizer.
Stuff a whole broiler-fryer chicken with your favorite can of beer and a mouthwatering spice mixture for poultry that is brimming with flavor. To make the recipe nonalcoholic, just substitute apple juice or even water for similar results.
For a sweet summer treat, grill bananas for 4 to 6 minutes, then sandwich the fruit with chocolate-hazelnut spread and butter cookies. Not a banana fan? Swap in your favorite fruit and adjust the cooking time accordingly.
Caramelizing fruit on the grill builds flavor and works with apples, bananas, strawberries, peaches, and more. Discover our ideas for delicious warm fruit desserts and side dishes.
Homemade honey-wheat crust is the secret to these delicious grilled pizzas. Pile chunky tomato sauce, thick salami, red sweet peppers, and three gooey cheeses onto the crusts for a grilled pizza brimming with bold smoky flavor.
With a little TLC, even the toughest cut of brisket can turn into a tender barbecue masterpiece. Finish the beef brisket with our finger-licking-good homemade barbecue sauce, then pile it onto grilled kaiser rolls.
Grilled Recipe Tip: Opt for generous marbling and a thin veneer of fat to yield the most tender beef brisket.
Make the most of colorful summer veggies, such as yellow summer squash, zucchini, and red sweet peppers, in this easy grilled flatbread sandwich. Fresh homemade pesto gives the veggie gyro bright flavor that includes grilled Halloumi cheese.
Butter, lime, fresh cilantro, and a dash of paprika are all you need for tender stalks of sweet corn. The summertime side dish requires little prep and takes just 20 minutes on the grill to perfect.
These party-ready skewers kick it up a notch with a tequila-infused lime-and-garlic marinade. The bright, flavorful sauce also dresses the accompanying jicama-and-avocado slaw.
Grilled Recipe Tip: If you're using wooden skewers, soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before using.
Everything for these easy chicken fajitas goes on the grill with just 15 minutes of prep. A mixture of Mexican crema and taco seasoning adds authentic South-of-the-Border flavor to the fajita toppings.