Move over burgers and hot dogs – there’s some new foods in town, and they’re clamouring for a well-deserved spot on the grill. From fresh fruit and doughnuts to polenta and clams, get your grill on this summer with these mouthwatering recipes.
The savoury complexity of haloumi’s nutty flavour is amplified when it’s heated on the grill, making it the perfect stand-alone ingredient to elevate a simple piece of toast drizzled in olive oil. Pair with a refreshing summer salad for a delicious meal that’s as easy as it gets.
These little bite-size beauties are one of our favourite vegan snack ideas to satisfy those midday munchies. Even those on the fence about polenta will find it hard to deny how delicious it is when grilled with olives, fresh parsley and red peppers.
Seafood lovers, rejoice! You can whip up this fresh clam recipe on the grill in mere minutes. Place a few dozen little neck clams directly on the grill grate, close the BBQ lid and let the juices bubble over. Season with parsley and serve with a small piece of ham inside each clam.
Bacon on the grill is the perfect way to liven up your breakfast routine – but what about broadening your lunch horizons with this Korean-infused sandwich? This twist on classic grilled cheese features plenty of aged cheddar, crispy bacon and spicy Korean kimchi for a mouthwatering dish that’ll make you want to grill all year round.
If you’re not grilling avocados, you’re seriously missing out on a plethora of delicious snacks. Find inspiration with these 40 creative and tasty ways to eat avocados (that don’t involve toast!).
These Asian-inspired skirt steaks benefit greatly from the perfectly grilled scallion side dish. Gently grill the veggie until it starts to soften and turn golden. Even scallion naysayers will be intrigued enough to give it a try.
This gorgeous summertime salad pairs grilled melon and asparagus for a richly flavoured and hearty side dish. Even heated up, the melon makes for a juicy, refreshing addition to the course.
This indulgent twist on the traditional doughnut is so good, it’ll become a dessert staple in your household (trust us). Brush both sides of plain store-bought cake doughnuts with melted butter and the cinnamon-sugar mixture, and grill for two minutes on each side. Voila!