If steak isn’t your thing, try substituting shrimp or extra-firm tofu. Or just use extra veggies and noodles. Remember that when assembling the rolls, arranging the ingredients in neat parallel lines gives the best visual effect when you cut them in half to serve.
Grilled Tomato Gazpacho
Grilling (or broiling) your tomatoes and pepper imparts a lightly smoky, richly complex to this classic cold soup. Serve with a bit of good bread for a light summer meal or bring to your next al fresco gathering for a touch of elegant je ne sais quois.
Grilled Chicken Pita
Grilling brings out the best flavor and texture in eggplant, making it an excellent companion to chicken in this simple summer sandwich. Serve with a seasonal greens salad to round out the rainbow of vegetables more fully, and while you’ve got the grill out, toss some sweet peaches on there for a nutritious, luscious dessert.
Flank Steak with Poblano Sauce
Flank steak gets a bad rep for being the tough steak on the block, but we’re confident that with the help of this marinade (and, okay, maybe some pre-marinade tenderizing, if you want to go the extra mile), you can wow the stuffing out of your guests at your next barbecue. The thickness and large […]
Flank Steak with Cracked Wheat Salad
Flank steak is a wonderful option for sharing steak with guests. Marinated and grilled slowly, it’s a juicy and delightful treat to top a simple tabbouleh-like salad. Tip: Cracked wheat is the whole grain version of bulgur. If you need to, you can sub in bulgur.
Grilled Brazilian Beef with Chimichurri
Grill up something bold with this peppered steak and flavorful sauce. Fresh, bright flavor from greens and garlic cannot be beat as a topping for perfectly grilled beef.
Grilled Steak with Spicy Mango Salsa
The only meat yummier than a perfectly grilled steak is a marinated steak topped with a wonderfully balanced salsa. This mango salsa will set you tastebuds dancing, playing perfect counterpoint to simple couscous and fresh peas.
Garlic Yogurt Marinated Steaks
As with all marinated meat, time is key to developing great flavor in your steak. Serve with a bounty of grilled seasonal vegetables to complete the meal. Tip: If you don’t have a grill (or grilling weather), you can use your broiler with the rack set in the highest position.