This Mexican-style grilled corn on the cob is slathered with sour cream and then sprinkled with tangy Cotija or feta cheese and paprika. If you like, serve lime wedges on the side. Crisp-tender fresh green beans and sliced shallots combined with canned kidney beans and chickpeas create a colorful three-bean salad that goes perfect with grilled sausages, chicken, or pork. The oregano and grainy-mustard dressing provides a pleasing contrast to the mild beans.
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This super-refreshing Mexican-inspired slaw substitutes crunchy jicama and cucumber for the usual cabbage. Dress the slaw with honey, lime juice, and chili powder, and serve alongside fajitas or grilled-shrimp tacos. Minced ginger, lemon zest, and fresh jalapeno or serrano chile add an exciting bite to the standard tomato salad.
Pair this easy side dish with grilled tuna, mahi mahi, or steak. This crowd-pleasing succotash is made with fresh green beans and corn, cooked gently so they still have plenty of crunch. Scallions, celery seeds, and paprika add zest. It can be served immediately -- or refrigerated overnight to let the flavors mingle. This easy Spanish-inspired salad combines store-bought roasted red peppers with fresh tomatoes and torn pieces of crusty bread in an almond and sherry vinegar dressing.
Serve this bold salad with skewers of grilled shrimp and chorizo. This is the classic slaw: Pile this tangy coleslaw on pulled pork sandwiches or serve alongside grilled hot dogs, burgers, or chicken. Sweet potatoes are seasoned with dried thyme, cayenne pepper, and olive oil, then grilled until they're tender and caramelized.
Toss the hot potatoes with butter and scallions, and serve warm with jerk chicken or barbecued ribs.watch
Grilled Tri-Tip Steak Marinade – Modern Honey
This recipe is an easy way to use up your zucchini surplus! Thinly sliced zucchini is roasted until it's browned and sweet, then marinated in a dressing of minced garlic, olive oil, and white-wine vinegar. Top with torn fresh mint leaves just before serving. Try this salad paired with grilled lamb kebabs. Here's a genius way to use those unripened green tomatoes: Cut them into thick slabs and char them on the grill until they're softened and slightly sweet.
Drizzle the grilled tomatoes with a creamy sauce easily made in the food processor with fresh basil, garlic, lemon juice, and prepared mayonnaise.
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Use a vegetable peeler or a mandoline to slice thin ribbons of cantaloupe, cucumber, and yellow summer squash for this refreshing and colorful salad. Just before serving, drizzle with yogurt-lime dressing. To keep corn on the cob from drying out on the grill, remove the silk but keep the husks, and soak the ears in cold water for 10 minutes. Just before serving, peel back the husks of the hot corn and spread with butter and chili powder or paprika. Beets become sweet and tender when they're wrapped in foil and set on the grill for 45 minutes.
Combine thinly sliced English cucumber with sour cream and fresh dill, then spoon the mixture over the cooked beets just before serving. Top sliced tomatoes with mixed olives, lemon zest, and extra-virgin olive oil to make this easy but sophisticated salad. Dazzle your guests by using a rainbow assortment of heirloom tomatoes in red, orange, yellow, and green.
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Add grilled eggplant to the classic caprese salad of fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil for a summer vegetable extravaganza. Turn this into a main-dish salad by adding slices of grilled chicken, or serve it on its own as a vegetarian main dish. This honey-butter-topped cornbread recipe from chef Emeril Lagasse is made in a cast-iron skillet right on the grill so it develops a deliciously crunchy exterior.
This amazing steak marinade starts with oil because it helps to tenderize the meat. Adding an acid helps to break down the tough fibers of the meat so freshly squeezed lemon juice is added to the marinade. When you add sugar to a marinade, it helps to give the steak a nice crust on the outside. Use a fork to poke holes throughout the steak so the marinade can seep in. You want to give this marinade time to do its job so let it rest in the refrigerator for a bare minimum 30 minutes. It is ideal to leave the steak in the refrigerator for a few hours to let it tenderize and develop those deep, rich flavors.
The steak is now ready for the grill! I used to be the girl who was a little afraid of the grill. To grill a tri-tip steak, start with high heat. This is an important step as you want to develop a crust on the steak.
I always salt both sides of the steak. Grill the steak for about minutes per side. Watch for flare-ups and move to another part of the grill if it is flaring up too much. After it has been seared, lower the heat to medium or medium-low and continue to grill. Let it cook for another minutes or until it reaches degrees in the center of the steak. Since tri-tip steaks vary in thickness, your best bet is to use a meat thermometer to check for temperature. The instant-read thermometer reads degrees for rare, degrees for medium-rare, and degrees for medium.
Now the important part! Let this baby rest…it has been working so hard. Why do we want the steak to rest when we are starving and want to dive right in? If you were to cut the steak as soon as you pull it off of the grill, all of those heavenly juices would run right out of the steak and onto your plate. We want to keep those precious juices inside the steak! Let the steak rest for at least minutes. Patience is a virtue, people.
Cookout Sides & Salads
While you are waiting, this is the time to focus on the side dishes. I am guilty of forgetting about even making sides since I am usually so focused on the main dish. Then I am scrambling to figure out what I could whip up really quickly to pair with our main dish. As a busy Mom of 4, I am always trying to find creative ways to get more vegetables into our meals. I discovered the easiest frozen side dishes made by Alexia in my grocery store and have been hooked ever since.
I have been a fan of Alexia side dishes since I first tried their sweet potato fries and have been devouring them ever since. I love that Alexia uses only the highest quality ingredients without all of the fillers that others use. I feel good that I am actually feeding my family healthy vegetables with no GMO ingredients added. I am such a risotto fan but it takes a long time standing in front of the stove stirring and stirring and stirring.
Cook up a couple of big juicy steaks and pair them with a tangy slaw of grilled cabbage and onions.
Alexia has come out with an easier and healthier way to eat risotto — Butternut Squash Risotto with Parmesan and Sea Salt. It is made in one bag in the microwave in less than 10 minutes! I literally ate the entire bag! I kid you not. I made myself a bowl of it and just kept going back for more. It is made with vibrant sweet butternut squash cut into tiny squares, savory parmesan cheese, a touch of cream, and sea salt. It is simply perfect. Riced cauliflower has been so popular lately because it is a savory low-carb side dish.
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It is as simple as placing a bag in the microwave and clicking start. You can find even more about Alexia gourmet side dishes by clicking http: These Alexia side dishes pair so well with this Tri-Tip Steak. Where are my grill lovers? Happy Grilling, my friends!