Four extraordinary barbecue recipes

Four extraordinary barbecue recipes

Anyone can grill sausages, neck steak and feta cheese. How about a breath of fresh air on the grill? Grill-news has the hottest grilling trends for the summer!

Spring is finally here – time to move life outside and grill as often as possible! If you want to do something good for your health, you’d better not eat fatty meat and sausage, but rather vegetarian summer dishes with lots of fresh vegetables, fish and lean meats. 

As far as “cooking” on the grill is concerned, there are no limits to your imagination: Did you know that onions, strawberries and Brussels sprouts are also great to sizzle on the grill? Five fresh grilling ideas we would like to present to you today. 

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Grilled pizza

To get really crispy, a pizza crust needs dry heat. And that’s exactly what it gets on the grill! You don’t even need a pizza stone for this brilliant grilled pizza margherita recipe, because the dough is nice and thin and fluffy. But also with grilled vegetables, feta and some mint succeeds great pizza pleasure – try it out, the basic dough offers all the possibilities.

Strawberry marshmallow skewers

 Why didn’t we think of this idea before? Strawberries and marshmallows on a skewer, what a fabulous duo. Fabulously easy to prepare too: wash and clean the strawberries and alternate them with marshmallows on skewers. Grill, turning frequently, until the marshmallows are lightly browned. Serve with a mint curd and chopped, toasted pistachios as a garnish. 

Grilled beet

Beets are grilled and served with a tomato-cilantro vinaigrette and feta cheese.

Makes our mouths water!  To avoid long cooking times, precook the beet with their skins and then give them that roasted flavor kick on the hot grill. Uwe recommends a cilantro-tomato vinaigrette to go with the grilled tubers. We can also imagine that a simple tomato salsa would taste great with it!

Grilled Brussels sprouts

Brussels sprouts are polarizing: You either love or hate the little light green florets. However, if you were treated to musty, overcooked cabbage as a child, you should at least give grilled Brussels sprouts a chance: Because roasting at a high temperature gives the florets a great nutty flavor. To prepare, clean the Brussels sprouts, cut them crosswise at the base of the stalk and blanch them briefly. Thread onto wooden skewers and grill, turning frequently, until the heads are lightly browned. If you like, drizzle a little orange marinade over the hot Brussels sprouts.