It’s the most wonderful time of year: grilling season! With farmers’ markets offering peak fresh produce and summer soirees happening every weekend, you better believe the grill is calling your name. Here are 5 recipes that will keep you grilling and the good BBQ times rolling.
Alison Roman always understands the assignment. So when it comes to firing up the grill at her New York City pad, she turns up the heat and turns out absolute magic. Her newest grilled wings recipe is super simple and embraces a low-and-slow cooking method dressed with classic Frank’s RedHot flavor.
Expert-level cooking hack: Let your cast iron work its magic on the grill. Carla Lalli Music’s genius (and easy) crispy smoky rice recipe brings together the spectacular worlds of crunchy and umami, making for an excellent main dish or side. Mushroom lovers rejoice!
Why settle for a bland taco when you can create a decadent one? Rick Martinez’s citrus-marinated carne asada tacos bring both the sweet and the heat with delightful flavors from bold chilies making each bite even more delicious than the last. (Also, who ever said no to guacamole?)
A grilled whole fish is one of the most impressive dishes to serve guests. Melissa Clark is the queen of crafting recipes that are not only totally doable but that quickly become at-home menu staples. Her whole-fish recipe boasts classic Thai flavors that beautifully enhance the smoky flavor when cooking with charcoal.
For those craving some BBQ but who don’t have access to a grill, DeVonn Francis’s grilled jerk chicken is the perfect example of how to recreate the flavors of outdoor cooking inside your kitchen. His twist on the popular dish includes a sour plum sauce that pairs perfectly with ultra-crispy chicken, all created on the stovetop.