If you want to find ways to work more fish into your diet, This recipe has become a staple. You can cook this anytime -not just during summer season since it can be grilled indoors or out!
It's always fun to eat off of a skewer.These shrimp and pineapple skewers are the perfect light dinner. Plus they come together so quickly. Keep an eye on your shrimp if your grill is hot because they will be cooked in about 2 minutes per side. As soon as they're opaque, they're ready to go! Enjoy this fun meal as a midsummer dinner with a side of grilled green beans.
This grill recipe is very easy, fresh, and healthy. The mango salsa on top brings it all together and gives the meal a tropical vibe.
Just a few reminders when grilling fish: Make sure your grill is hot before adding the fish. If you add the fish when the grill is too cold the fish will stick to the grates instead of releasing cleanly. Also, brush olive oil on both sides to add some flavor to your fish, and keep it from sticking to the grill.
During summer grilling outweighs frying when it comes to calamari. In this recipe, its paired up beautifully with mint and grilled red peppers. This will surely hit the spot.
Give your traditional burger a twist. This tuna burger offers the flavors of a Niçoise salad, on a bun. All the things you love about a niçoise salad is packed into a burger and grilled to perfection.
A very quick and delicious recipe you can never go wrong with. This simple delish brings out the burst of summer with tangy smoky flavor to the table. Plus the combination of fish and lemon is asolutely perfect and healthy.
Who doesn't love tilapia? this fish is inexpensive, sturdy, and pairs well with assertive flavors. Grilling adds more layer of flavor. Take advantage of the grill by throwing together a simple charred tomato salsa to accompany your fish. Don't skip it—especially if cherry tomatoes are in season!
Amp up your grill game with this recipe. Lemony salmon kebabs are about to be your go-to for grilling season.
These shrimp recipe get it's zesty taste from a packet of taco seasoning. You might not think to add taco seasoning on shrimp recipes—but think again: Marinated in a mix of taco seasoning, enchilada sauce, and lime juice, these shrimp are seriously bangin'.
Save the BEST for last! Lobster tails can be enjoyed by boiling or steaming, but grilling is one of the absolute favorite method to prepare it.Lobster tail is kinda expensive, and therefore it seems pretty fancy. But it's actually incredibly easy to make. This recipe comes together in under 30 minutes and is the perfect dinner to make for a special occasion. Plus the herb butter goes perfectly with it.