It's Memorial Day Weekend, so that means you'll probably be eating some food from the grill. Let me guess, you're planning on grilling some burgers for Memorial Day? Guess what, your guests may have been at a friend's cookout on Saturday, a neighbor's BBQ on Sunday. It's time for you to be a hosting hero by providing something a bit different than the summer grilling staples of burgers and hot dogs.
Fortunately, we are here with some innovative grilling recipes that will take you well beyond the burger. In fact, we even have a dessert here, too. Let's get going!
Have you ever considered adding an appetizer or two to your grilling repertoire? If not, you definitely want to make sure you do so this summer. It is far easier than you might imagine, and ideal for times with friends or guests as it gives you little, easily whipped up nibbles that make for an unforgettable meal.
Did you ever think about stuffing burgers to allow faster cooking times and juicier meat? Whether you are using beef, turkey or chicken, these combinations are amazing!
There is nothing more American to grill than a Burger, but it's OK to get a bit global in your menu. If you have yet to try "satay" of any kind, your summer grilling will benefit from a bit of experimentation with these delicious treats. Satay is an Asian dish, consisting of small pieces of meat grilled on a skewer and served with a spiced sauce that typically contains peanuts. Try some chicken satay, pork satay or beef satay using the links provided.
Though we have considered some great recipes already, we have to also add a dessert! You will find yourself torn between this iconic Grilled Apple Crisp from Reader's Digest and the irresistible Grilled Pound Cake from Taste of Home.
You're ready to wow your guests with great new food to try off the grill. Now you just need to get out there and get your yard looking good for your cookout! What's a good meal without a nice view to go along with it?