Break Out The Grill For Dinner Tonight

Try grilling recipes

With summer break here, many people are ready to grill out nearly every night. But, a lot of folks may want to mix it up a bit and try some new recipes. Here are some ideas from delish that many backyard chefs might want to check out the next time they fire up the grill.


  • Harissa Grilled Chicken. Harissa, a spicy North African chili condiment, is a key ingredient for this recipe. To really let the flavor sink in, some people allow the chicken to marinate for a full day.
  • Peach Balsamic Grilled Chicken. Summertime is an ideal time to bite into a sweet, juicy peach. It’s also a great time to grill up a few pieces of this popular fuzzy fruit with a balsamic chicken dish.
  • Spicy Coconut Grilled Chicken. This recipe may become wildly popular for families who try it, thanks to the potpourri of flavors bursting from the coconut milk, pineapple juice, ginger, and garlic.
  • Santa Fe Chicken Foil Packets. Grillers who want to spice things up a bit may want to try this recipe, which includes chili-spiced rice, black beans, corn, peppers, and cheese.
  • Piri Piri Spatchcock Chicken. Here is another recipe with African roots. The dish can trace its name back to the Swahili term for the chile used to season this chicken.


  • Grilled Oysters. Oysters are easier to shuck once they have been grilled. They are perfect as a main course or as an appetizer to something else off the grill.
  • Mahi Mahi Tacos. Mahi Mahi anything is appealing to many people, and when the famous fish is paired with this marinade and served on a tortilla, few can resist.
  • Grilled Honey-Chipotle Salmon Foil Packets with Summer Squash. The brilliant display of zucchini, squash, and smoky honey-chipotle sauce make for a colorful meal that many backyard diners enjoy.
  • Grilled Swordfish with Hazelnut Miso Sauce. This recipe calls for a sweet and salty sauce that receives rave reviews from those who try it.


  • Grilled Corn Salsa. Tangy lime and sweet basil can make grilled corn on the cob into a crowd pleaser. Those who turn it into a salsa may have an even greater hit.
  • Grilled Tofu. Anyone who thinks tofu is bland might want to try grilling it up with a miso-soy marinade. It is recommended that the tofu soak for about five hours first.
  • Grilled Green Tomatoes. Many people have had them fried, but those who try them grilled may like them just as well. The tangy-flavored recipe calls for a whipped goat cheese schmear.

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Some people may not think of grilling their pizza, but once they try it they may never have it any other way. The tip here is to prep everything before beginning, because the grilling can go really fast.


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