Things You Didn’t Know You Could Grill

Mar 15, 2016 03:20 AM EDT | By Staff Reporter

Think outside the bun this summer. Use ideal warm climate to tidy off the grill and have a go at something new. In addition to the standard and most common barbecued foods, we've gathered a couple of delicious grilling foods that your guests will definitely enjoy.


Don't bother warming up the house and cooking your pizza in the oven rather take it off to the grill. Brush the dough with olive oil and barbecue it over medium-low heat. Flip it over and put your desired toppings, being mindful so as not to overload the outside layer. Keep on grilling until the outside layer is completely cooked and the cheddar is melted.


Cheddar doesn't generally soften into gooiness on the grill; several kinds turn soft and easy to chew. Thick cuts of halloumi or any cheddar wheels with a thick coat are perfect when grilled. Gently oil the cheddar and grill on medium-high heat. Serve with bread. 


Add sugar on your fruit until it's browned to get a flavorful taste when grilled. Brush the fruit with oil and grill on high heat until well-cooked and caramelized. Eat alone or with vanilla frozen yogurt for ideal sweetness.


Add a slight scorch to your lettuce by grilling a head of Romaine lettuce. Just split the heads and brush with olive oil. Grill on the medium-high heat until well-cooked. Then serve with buttermilk dressing.


Chunks of bacon grill perfectly on the medium indirect heat. Add the pieces to servings of mixed greens or place them on sticks for a delicious bite.


You can really grill nuts. Grilling adds a pleasant toasty sweetness to your most loved nuts like peanuts, cashews or almonds. Place the nuts on a foil-lined grill-proof cooking sheet and put oil and seasonings on the nuts. Heat the nuts until toasted.

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