These flame-kissed dishes — meats, veggies, and desserts — will heat mealtime from now through Labor Day. If you're looking for more ways to put your grill to work, check out these grilled chicken and burger recipes.
Grilled pineapple is basically summer in a nutshell.
What you'll need: bamboo skewers ($5, )
If you're gonna do it (er, eat hot dogs), you might as well do it right.
Forget creamy sauces and heavy meats. Instead, freshen up your pasta dish with colorful veggies.
When paired with a sweet honey vinaigrette, these veggies will outshine your main dish.
This mayo-cider vinegar-horseradish-lemon BBQ sauce turns your average thighs into a flavor explosion.
Ainfuses salmon with an earthy flavor.
What you'll need: cedar plank ($20 for 12, )
and a toasted brioche bun give a classic cheeseburger a spicy upgrade.
Your guests expect steak to be savory — but trust us and go rogue with this spicy-sweet brown sugar rub.
Hubba hubba. These are some good looking chops and flavorful to boot thanks to an easy DIY with ginger, cumin and paprika.
Now that's a fish stick we'd serve to grown-up guests any day.
We'll take this warm quinoa and arugula bowl, topped with herby grilled chicken, olives and tomatoes, for lunch every day of the week.
Not your basic burger thanks to the chile sauce and horseradish-spiked patties. Bonus points for the pretzel bun.
This cheesy pesto-like corn salsa is going to change your life.
Now doesn't this look way more exciting than a hamburger or hot dog?
Sorry quinoa, we've got a new favorite whole grain. Meet delicious, chewy farro.
Think of it like Hawaiian pizza on a.
What you'll need: skewers ($16, )
Your search for the tallest burger ends with this guy, decked out in melty blue cheese and balsamic-soaked onions.
Need some fries to go with that burger? Swap the fried russets for these garlicky sweet potato wedges.
Hey vegetarians, we know you can get down with grilling season, too!
Use store bought-pesto instead and this gem can be on your table in less than 30 minutes.
Hearty grilled brats and creamy slaw are definite summer dinner staples.
Switch up dinner with this quick and easy upgrade on spaghetti and meatballs.
Smoky grilled lemons are the secret ingredient to this zingy side.
Satisfy your wing craving with this buffalo chicken sandwich.
Giving new meaning to the term, "veggies and dip."
Because what would summertime be without a good skewer?
Wrap this baby up in a tinfoil package and cleanup becomes a breeze.
You'll wonder why you never used lamb for your burgers before.
Want an easy, wallet-friendly way to impress your friends? Grill up a skirt steak.
Skewered on , red and yellow bell peppers give lamb meatballs some summer color.
Grilling rule to live by: Color equals flavor, so don't be afraid to char those veggies.
A pizza so delicious, you may give up delivery for good.
Dessert deserves a spot on the grill, too!
In case you haven't noticed, you can throw just about anything on the grill, including quesadillas!
This party-pleaser is almost too pretty to eat.
Homemade compound butter really does make this steak perfect.
Save this recipe for mid-summer, when strawberries are at their peak.
It doesn't get any better than buttery garlic bread, except maybe this grilled version.
Keep this pineapple sweet chili sauce on hand all summer long — you never know when you'll get a craving for it!
Because everything tastes better in kebab form.
Three ingredients; a world of flavor.
Perfectly patriotic and oh-so satisfying.