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Just 12 minutes on the grill and this marinated chicken breast dinner is ready to serve.
Served on hearty bread and dripping with low-fat Swiss cheese, this fun onion burger is sure to tingle your taste buds. With the addition of kale, the grilled sandwich also hits a nutritional mark with a bit of vitamin K.
Tip: To get a head start on the potatoes, precook, cover, and chill up to 24 hours. When ready to grill, brush potatoes with paprika mixture and grill 12 to 15 minutes to heat through.
Tip: To get the most juice from limes, lemons, or oranges, let them stand at room temperature for about 30 minutes before halving them and squeezing the juice.
Sage and pepper help bring out the tantalizing flavor of the blueberries in this recipe's easy-fixing topper. You can serve it with any grilled or broiled fish. Bonus: The tasty sauce is great on chicken, too.
Pita bread makes a no-fuss base for this all-veggie pizza that takes on a smoky flavor when cooked on the grill. Whole wheat pita bread is hearty, but other varieties work well, including sourdough or gluten-free.
Tip: When buying lamb, look for flesh that looks pinkish rather than deep red.
Get the grill started for a grilled avocado entrée that's low in cholesterol but full of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat.
These flavorful peppers make colorful condiments for grilled meats.
Tip: Unwashed raw bell peppers stay fresh in a refrigerator crisper for up to five days.
Grill fish fillets and tortillas for a smoky flavor in this Southwestern favorite. Bonus: There's little to clean up when you're ready to eat.
When grilled, these fresh vegetables gain hearty flavor without added calories or fat.
Tip: Lay the vegetables perpendicular to the wires on the grill rack so they don't fall into the coals.
Grills aren't just great for creating delicious dinners. Grilled mango halves make for an extra-decadent dessert.
Tip:if you want your mangoes to be perfectly ripe, store them at room temperature until they yield to gentle pressure but are still fairly firm, then store them in the refrigerator.