5 Summer Grilling Recipes to Try

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spice rub Summer is the ideal time of year to gather outside with friends, family and a cold drink while the grill is heating up.

Looking to fire up your grill soon? Our spice rubs for chicken, ribs and steak are made from the perfect blend of seasoning and spices to take your meats to the next level. Add a generous sprinkling of spice rub to whatever you’re grilling, and impress your guests with the ultimate savory flavor.

Here are a few great summer grilling recipes for you to try at home:

1. Vegetable Beef Kabobs

This kabob recipe from Taste of Home Magazine uses fresh vegetables and beef to make a perfect summer meal. The beef is seasoned with dried tarragon and ground ginger to give it a kickin’ taste.

2. Pizza on the Grill

Ever tried making pizza on a grill? No? Try it now! This grilled pizza recipe screams summer and is a snap to make. Make your own crust, seasoned with spices like basil and minced garlic. Then simply add your favorite toppings and eat up!

3. Grilled Panzanella Salad

This grilled panzanella salad recipe from the Food Network is a little outside the box, and it can be served as a side dish or as a main course. Some of the ingredients include zucchini, tomatoes, bell peppers, red wine vinegar, and salami. Yum!

4. Mexican Grilled Shrimp

Southern Living is responsible for this finger-licking-good grilled shrimp recipe. This recipe uses a smoky, sweet sauce that uses ingredients including chipotle chiles, dark brown sugar and tamarind paste.

5. Barbecued Chicken

We couldn’t talk about summer grilling recipes without giving you a great recipe for some barbecued chicken! This recipe from Martha Stewart uses ingredients such as light brown sugar, molasses, and cider vinegar to make a flavorful BBQ sauce.

What’s your favorite food to grill in the summer?

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