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Summer is drawing to a close, but it’s still nice and warm out in many regions of the country. It’s perfect grilling weather, and with the holiday coming this weekend, it’s great to have some ideas for what to cook on the grill. Here’s a list that will satisfy pretty much everyone who will be eating with you this weekend.
1. Grilled Turkey Burgers
Grilled Turkey Burgers are a perfect, healthier option for Labor Day grilling. They are filling and pair well with any burger topping you care to add.
2. Tarragon Chicken
This is one of those “5 ingredients or less” recipes that really wows you every time. For such simple ingredients, the flavors of this Tarragon Chicken are pretty epic.
3. Grilled Naan Pizza
This Grilled Naan Pizza will take your grill to a whole new level. It’s a BBQ chicken pizza made with naan, and it’s absolute perfection off a grill.
4. Barbecue Rosemary Pork Chops
This simple and delicious Barbecue Rosemary Pork Chops recipe is an easy meal to get on the grill fast this summer. It cooks up with lots of flavor and only uses a few easy-to-find ingredients. In fact, you probably already have them at home in your cabinets.
5. Grilled Tandoori Chicken
If you love Indian flavors, this Grilled Tandoori Chicken is amazing right off the grill. Serve it with rice and some veggies for a complete meal. Don’t forget the naan!
6. Barbecued Southwestern Chicken And Shrimp Skillet
If you are a “surf-n-turf” kind of person, you will really enjoy this Barbecued Southwestern Chicken And Shrimp Skillet. It combines chicken and shrimp with bell peppers and plenty of seasoning.
7. Barbecued Southwest Meatballs with Garlic & Lime Avocado Sauce
Yes, you can make meatballs on the grill, and boy, are they tasty. This Barbecued Southwest Meatballs with Garlic & Lime Avocado Sauce is a great option for your summer grill, and you can serve them with rice or pasta or simply enjoy them as is.
8. Mexican Chicken Skewers
If you want to combine grilled flavor with tacos or burritos, this deliciousness is exactly what you’re looking for. Mexican Chicken Skewers can be enjoyed right off the skewer, or you can slide everything off the skewer directly into your burrito or taco.
9. Homemade Barbecue Sauce
If you’re into making your own barbecue sauce, this Homemade Barbecue Sauce is a great one to try. You can use it as is or use it as a base to add other flavors to. Either way, it’s a great staple item to keep on hand this summer.
10. Grilled Zucchini
You can’t beat the flavor of Grilled Zucchini in the summer. That telltale char makes the best flavor. You can serve them as is or mix them into other things. Either way, it’s a great way to use up a lot of that summer zucchini harvest you’re about to get out of your garden.
11. Grilled Baby Carrots
Grilled Baby Carrots are convenient and delicious. Just pick up a bag at the store, and without any peeling or chopping, you can toss them with spices and then get them on the grill in minutes. It’s an easy, tasty side dish for any other grilled food.
12. Grilled Zucchini Salad
If you aren’t sure what to do with grilled zucchini, try this Grilled Zucchini Salad. The flavors are wonderful, and it makes a great side dish to grilled meats.
13. Blueberry BBQ Sauce
This Blueberry BBQ Sauce is amazing on chicken, pork, or beef. It’s that extra something special that packs the flavor in on the grill, and it’s totally delicious.
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This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry.