Grilling avocados is a great way to enjoy the fruit's unique structure and design. It's as simple as slicing it in half, removing the pit, then brushing it with olive oil and seasonings.
Even if you've got a sweet tooth, the grill can help you satisfy it. When it comes to pound cakes, especially the stale and store-bought ones, they hold up well to the heat of the grill.
You need to be quick and efficient while grilling herbs because even the heartiest, woody herbs, like rosemary and thyme, take only around 15 seconds on the grill.
Smoky flavor can be added to food by placing a sheet of aluminum foil with almonds, shelled walnuts, pecans, or pumpkin seeds on top of a grill.
Salads, appetizers, and pasta salads all benefit from the charred brininess that pitted olive skewers bring to the table.
Once you grill pizza, you won't want to bake it again, especially in the summer. Pre-grilling the dough on one side and placing it on a cooling rack is the key to grilling pizza successfully.
You may question why you have never grilled a quesadilla before. Don't worry, you may begin immediately. A charred and crispy grilled quesadilla evokes thoughts of campfire-cooked meals.
Simply cut the lettuce head into quarters & drizzle each piece with olive oil. Each piece of lettuce should be seared for 15 to 20 seconds, or until the ends are charred and crispy.
Yes, even tofu has a scorched, rustic flavor after being grilled. However, not all tofu has the same texture and firmness, so when grilling, you should pick a firm (non-silken) kind.