Start your grills! And keep it simple. Because the barbecue builds so much additional flavour, grilling recipes can keep ingredients to a minimum and still deliver bold, exciting taste to the table. These recipes all contain six ingredients or less (we don’t count the pantry staples oil, salt, pepper and flour, if applicable), making them quick, easy and last-minute friendly. No more running to the store for forgotten ingredients with this lineup.
Candied Maple Balsamic Brussels Sprout Skewers with Red Onion
While roasted Brussels sprouts are always a hit, this vegan-friendly BBQ recipe elevates them further by pairing the vegetable with red onion and tossing in a sweet marinade before grilling on skewers.
Get the recipe for Candied Maple Balsamic Brussels Sprout Skewers with Red Onion
Citrus Marinated Grilled Turkey
Turkey isn’t just for the holidays. Try it during BBQ season with this streamlined tecnique featuring a bright and sunny citrus marinade.
Sweet Potato Toast with Steak, Roasted Peppers and Arugula
Whether you use last night’s leftover grilled steak or cook up a fresh one, this light dinner (a brand new way to enjoy meat and potatoes) will surprise and delight even the most carb-loving diner.
Boiling bratwurst sausages in beer infuses them with even more flavour, all without additional ingredients. Once cooked through, the sausages are finished on the grill for a snappy exterior and smoky note. Serve in a bun or on their own with your topping must-haves.
Asparagus and Tomato Skewers with Honey Mustard-Horseradish Sauce
A vegetarian main course or simplified side, this recipe takes summer’s freshest veggies to the grill and pairs them with a honey mustard-horseradish sauce for a little extra pizzazz.
Lemon and Herb Marinated Grilled Chicken Thighs
Crispy chicken thighs are perked up with zippy lemon herbs for a never-dry barbecued main that tastes and looks next-level.
Rib Eye Steak with Onion Blue Cheese Sauce
Pair barbecued steak with a savoury onion and blue cheese sauce for a sophisticated weeknight meal that’s elegant enough to serve up on the weekend to guests.
Grilled Portobello Mushrooms with Tomatoes and Fresh Mozzarella
Meaty portobello mushrooms act as edible bowls filled with summer tomatoes, gooey mozzarella and zesty herbs in this irresistible vegetarian main.
Smash burgers are a fast-food favourite, but you can make them at home using your barbecue. Smash the patties thin, throw them on the grill and have your go-to toppings at the ready to dress as you see fit.
Beer Can Chicken
Beer can chicken ensures juicy, tender meat with a crispy skin arrives on your dinner table in style – and with a touch of whimsy.
Grilled Lamb Chops
It doesn’t get much easier than grilling lamb. Everyday spices and a hot grill work to create a main course that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
Perfect Grilled Chicken
Everyone needs a perfect grilled chicken recipe in their repertoire, and consider this yours. Enjoy juicy, flavourful results every time with Ree Drummond’s foolproof recipe.
Great Grilled Vegetables Platter
Few dishes offer as much variety with so few ingredients as a grilled vegetable platter, making everyone at the table happy.
Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu
Pared-down chicken cordon bleu that’s achievable on a busy weeknight? It’s true! The comfort food classic transitions beautifully into summer by skipping the breading, not the decadence.
Salmon with Tomatoes and Capers
Wrap salmon in a foil package along with moisture-giving tomatoes and flavour-boosting capers for a speedy barbecued dinner that’s a healthy, fast and forgiving way to cook fish.
Marinated Chicken Breasts
Low input, high return, a grilled chicken dinner makes the whole room happy. This straight-forward technique turns bland chicken into a delicious, rave-worthy main. Pair with a little green salad or your favourite summer side.
Grilled Taters with Onion and Garlic
Transform potatoes from boring and bland to grilled and great with this foil-packed BBQ recipe. It’s a side that will steal the show.