Delicious and nutritious. Who could ask for more? This Cajun-spiced salmon sandwich is cooled by creamy avocado-mayo, making it a wonderful source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
Using sweet spices like allspice to flavor meat and veggies is a classic flavor profile of Jamaican cooking. Adding plantains to the kebab brings not only the spices but the vegetables of the Caribbean to your grill.
If you haven’t tried to grill your sweet potatoes before then you are in for a treat. The grill caramelizes the sugars in the potatoes to form nice crusty grill marks over a soft interior.
Marinated chicken and salsa are an excellent pairing, especially for a big cookout, because you can make the salsa ahead and set the chicken up to marinate at the same time. The flavor of both components will improve with a night in the fridge, and having the chicken ready to throw on the grill will […]
Yogurt is a fantastic base for a marinade. A little fat is required to carry flavor when you’re marinating, and plain, low-fat yogurt has enough fat to do the job while bringing its own delightful tanginess to a dish.
These robust flavors will delight your taste buds on a warm summer’s evening—paired with the nutty flavor of a whole wheat roll, you’ll be wishing there were leftovers.
Cilantro makes an excellent alternative to basil in forming a pesto that works well with Asian flavors like sesame and soy sauce. Serve this chicken over brown rice with your favorite grilled veggies.
Wishing for November in the middle of grilling season? Try Thanksgiving in a burger, paired with a whole wheat roll.