Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Recipes in the 'Grill' category
155 results found under: Grill
These great Mediterranean wraps are prepared with smoked tofu, eggplant, spinach, and herb mustard. You can either cook the eggplant on a grill or a broiler.
These Asian appetizers are a little like a burrito, but a whole lot like a spring roll. They require some serious prep time, but the final product is well worth the effort... and the wait.
This Mexican Asada requires 4 hours of marinade in a mixture of lemony juice, garlic, onion, tequila, Tabasco and pepper. Prepare this steak with caution as you don't want to overcook the meat.
There are a lot of mahi-mahi recipes out there. But none are comparable to this broiled fish dish that's infused with fresh fruits, shallots, fresh rosemary and more. It will capture your family's hearts -- hook, line and sinker.
When burgers become tiresome, simply substitute the beef for salmon, ginger and potatoes. These palate-pleasing patties are perfectly fine for a quick lunch or a decadent dinner.
The subtle touch of apple really makes this lamb recipe good to the core. For best results, it's important to make sure you don't overcook. Serve with wild rice, baked potatoes or a side salad.
These burgers are made from the three amigos -- ground beef, ground pork, and ground veal. It's the Holy Trinity of burger patties! Although they're the same staples used in meatloaf, this recipe stands apart with distinct flavors.
Don't be turned off by the notion of eating lamb. From gyros to burgers, it can be used in a multitude of dishes. In this case, we're telling you how to prepare the latter.
You'll be a hero for your gyros when you prepare this traditional Greek sandwich. Talk about a recipe that melts in your mouth. This puts those festival and carnival gyros to shame.
You'll be on a roll with this veal dish. Stuffed with pecorino cheese and mortadella, the roll-ups are then slow cooked on the grill. Serve with rice pilaf or risotto.