Summer is here and the grilling is easy, especially with these three recipes, which keep most of their full flavors to themselves, leaving a fresh grill behind. Here’s to a summer of clean eating!
If beef and pork take center stage during your grilling season, it’s time to add some surf to your turf. This bright and lively shrimp dish will not only give your taste buds a glorious wake-up call, it also puts less grime in your grill. And if you’ve never experienced the smell of grilled lemon, you’re in for a double treat.
The key to a successful grilled corn recipe is cob selection; look for tight husks that squeak when you pull back the leaves and corn kernels that “pop” when you press your fingernail into them. This recipe, especially when coupled with its Charred Spring Onion and Sesame-Chile Butter, will leave everyone with a sincere appreciation for summer and all its in-season gifts.
Hot grilled fruit joins with macerated strawberries and a surprisingly perfect spring of rosemary to create an angel food cake topping that sings with delight. And best part about grilling fruit (other than eating it) is that any sugar remaining on the grill can be easily dissolved with water.
This recipe is extremely adaptable, so keep it going with other fruit! Plums, peaches, and pineapples take on whole new personalities with an open flame.
Happy grilling! We can’t wait to hear what you think of these recipes, and would love to know your thoughts. What grilling recipe means “summer” to you?