5 Foods That are Best Cooked on an Outdoor Grill

When spring is in the air, it’s the perfect time to through something on the grill and dine al fresco. Whether you prefer a succulent steak or lighter fare, here are five foods that taste better when cooked on an outdoor grill.

  1. Steak

The amount of options you have when preparing a steak on a grill are limitless. There are cuts ranging from the T-bone to the ribeye, with a variety of herbs and seasonings. Not to mention, picking the right temperature to pull the steak off the grill is the most precise portion of the art! Those who like a juicier piece of beef can keep their steak to rare while a person with more tender tastes can cook it well until it’s charbroiled.

  1. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs

Nothing quite captures the delight of summer light eating a juicy burger and a hot dog wrapped in a golden bun with ketchup and mustard. The cheapest and simplest option also tends to be one of the most promising, especially when an outdoor social gathering calls for food.

  1. BBQ Chicken

Choose a delicious barbeque sauce or craft your own from a trusted recipe. The sweet taste of the barbeque sauce coupled with a chicken breast cooked to the perfect tenderness can satisfy taste buds of even the pickiest eaters.

  1. Vegetable Kebabs

Kebabs are a worldly dish that the vegetarians can relish in.  Skewer your favorite bell peppers, mushrooms, onions and tomatoes – and for thes For non-vegetarians feel free to add some tender, marinated and diced chicken, beef or lamb to the mix.

  1. Salmon

Salmon is one of the healthiest types of fish to eat, loaded with omega-3s and vitamin B12 but also packed with flavor. You can guarantee a tasty and healthy meal by choosing wild-caught salmon and grilling it until it has the perfect texture.

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Justin is an experienced interior designer/decorator.
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