Put a Skewer In It! The Best Foods to Grill on a Stick
The char from the grill isn't the only thing making Bill and Giuliana Rancic's chicken skewers delicious. Rosemary branches replace traditional wooden sticks, providing both flavor and function.
We normally enjoy them smothered in gravy or tomato sauce, but popping meatballs on a stick sounds much more appropriate for summer festivities.
Make this healthy recipe – vinegar, lemon and dill make the salmon ultra flavorful – for a light summer meal.
Move over, burgers – veggies deserve a spot on the grill too. These meaty creminis topped with a simple balsamic marinade come together in a snap.
Tortillas are optional with this ridiculously easy-to-make Tex-Mex kabob.
All the flavors of the classic Italian salad, heated up on a smoky grill until the cheese is gooey and the tomatoes are charred and delicious.
We're recasting this cocktail-party favorite as a grilled entrée with these smoky skewers.
The combination of shrimp, corn, sausage and potatoes with a Old Bay seasoning is the ideal summer feast, no question – but the added flavor of the grill makes it even better.
WATERMELON & HALLOUMI
Your eyes do not deceive you: That is most certainly watermelon and halloumi cheese charred to sweet, melty perfection. Serve over a farro salad with mint and a drizzle of balsamic for a fresh, summery bite.
Olive oil, salt and pepper, whole grain mustard and a pound of Brussels sprouts are all you need to fire up this vegetable side dish.
STEAK & POTATOES
Shake up the quintessential supper by serving charring bite-size pieces on the grill. Just boil the baby potatoes before grilling so the steak can be served medium-rare.
Toss your dessert on the grill, too! Charred pineapple dipped in a honey yogurt sauce makes for a sweet ending to your cookout.