It’s finally grilling season! Bust out that old barbecue and get cooking outside. After a long, cold winter, it’s great to get out and cook al fresco. Plus, not having to turn on the oven saves you from heating up the whole house. Check out some of these great grilling recipes from our friends at Cooking Light! For more Top-Rated Gill recipes, click here!
Grilling vegetables brings out their rich flavors and gives them a nice smokiness. These grilled Italian vegetables are delicious over pasta or on an appetizer platter with cheese and bread. Leftovers can be tossed in a salad.
These simply prepared chicken tacos are an example of healthful Mexican cooking and are a way to teach your kids about grilling techniques, Mexican spices, and basic salsas. Serve with Pico de Gallo or Tomatillo Salsa and crisp vegetables.
It gets too hot in the summer to turn on the oven. But what if you’re craving some homemade pizza? Try throwing it on the grill! Slight char marks give the pizza a smoky flavor and the vegetable toppings give it a healthful twist.
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