Grill Recipes

Grill Recipes

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Today's backyard chefs are exploring all that backyard cooking and patio cuisine have to offer, grilling breakfast, lunch and dinner outdoors. They are using new and improved grills, new grilling tools and new techniques, all designed to keep up with this lifestyle shift outdoors.

If you're in the market for a new grill, consider how often you will use it, storage space and fuel type.

A portable charcoal grill may be the best choice for someone who will tailgate or occasionally barbecue at the beach or the park. Someone who plans to grill on the patio several times a week may need an easy-to-use propane or natural gas grill with temperature control. Electric grills are the right choice if you don't want to use gas or charcoal or your living requirements won't allow such a grill.

The availability of storage space is another consideration. A well-ventilated space and a grill cover are needed to store a grill outside. Grills can also be kept indoors if they are disconnected and the gas cylinder valve is plugged before storing the gas container outside. Never store the gas container in your house.

When buying the grill, consider the cooking surface, cooking system, burners and accessories. Porcelain is common and inexpensive; however, cast iron has better heat distribution and temperature control. Higher BTUs mean higher temperatures; lower BTUs mean better temperature control.

Burners, including rotisserie and back burners, allow for versatility in the amount, preparation and kinds of foods cooked.

Once you choose your grill, you may want to learn some grill safety skills:

Never light any grill indoors, and place the grill at least 10 feet away from any structure.

Children should be kept away from a grill that is in use or cooling down.

For gas grills, always check the tubes, connectors and hoses for any sign of blockage, cracking, holes and leaks, and cover gas hoses to protect yourself from hot surfaces or dripping grease.

For charcoal grills, never light or burn charcoal indoors-carbon monoxide buildup can be deadly-and never pour lighter fluid on charcoal that is already lit. Finally, never leave any grill unattended when lit.

Food just tastes better on the grill. When you mention grilling, most people think of hot dogs and hamburgers. But the grill is for more then that. You can create delicious and mouth-watering meals on your grill. From appetizers to desserts, "300 Recipes For The Grill" is packed with recipes that will impress your friends and family.

Just take a look at some of the recipes you will find inside the "300 Recipes For The Grill" E-Book:

* Grilled Apple Crisp...
* 30-Min: Lamb Grill For Two...
* Amy's Grilled Chicken Breasts...
* Australian Grilled Fish...
* Barbeque-Spiced Grilled Tenderloin Steaks...
* Basil Grilled Chicken...
* Basil-Grilled Loin Chops...
* Broiled Or Grilled Fish W/ Black-Bean Salsa...
* Broiled Or Grilled Marinated Chicken...
* Butterflied Pork Loin On The Grill...
* Calypso Grilled Pineapple...
* Cantonese Style Grilled Leg Of Lamb...
* Cheesy Apple Ham Grill...
* Chicken Tandoori (Indian Grilled Chicken)...
* Citrus Grilled Jumbo Scallops...
* Deluxe Grilled Chicken Sandwiches...
* Easy Grill Roasted Prime Rib...
* Escalibada (Grilled Vegetables)...
* Firecracker Grilled Alaskan Salmon...
* Gegrillte Bratwurst (Grilled Bratwurst)...
* Glazed Grilled Trout...
* Grilled Angel Food Cake With Nectarines...
* Grilled Apple-Nut Stuffed Pork Chops...
* Grilled Asian-Spiced Mango & Chicken...
* Grilled Bananas...
* Grilled Beef Kabobs...
* And Many More!

So, go ahead and grab your free app on grill recipes today and you can be serving up these sizzling dishes at your next outdoor gathering!

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Comments and ratings for Grill Recipes
  • (53 stars)

    by Monica Silvey on 12/01/2014

    Can't see anything due to yellow background!!

  • (53 stars)

    by Sheena Clarke on 21/11/2013

    Horrible

  • (53 stars)

    by John Eldredge on 06/04/2013

    The recipes look interesting, but the white text on a yellow background color scheme would soon give me a headache from eye strain. Uninstalled.

  • (53 stars)

    by Pamela Keels on 18/03/2013

    I couldn't even get in to look at recipies

  • (53 stars)

    by A Google User on 14/10/2012

    Uninstalled how am i sopposed to see wat im clicking with those colors lime green/white