26 Foods You Never Thought to Grill
We’ve been overdosing on burgers and dogs since Memorial Day, and for the love of God, we need a change. Here: 26 foods--from A to Z--you probably never thought of grilling.
Boil and drain them, then throw your halved 'chokes on the grill cut-side down.
Throw this southern staple on the grill for a hearty and rich side dish.
Brush them with olive oil and grill facedown, then toss them in a salad with balsamic vinegar, Prosciutto and cheese.
For a smoky kick, first grill the tomatoes, peppers, garlic and onions before pureeing.
Grill each side for about two minutes until marks appear. Pair with a chilled rosé and sunset.
Cook for one to two minutes on each side for the ultimate wedge salad.
Brush everyone’s favorite trendy green with olive oil and grill for two minutes until the edges are charred.
Grill these bad boys until the shells turn a nice, bright red.
Cut the mango into flat pieces, drizzle on some olive oil and grill for about six minutes.
Cook cut-side down for two to three minutes, then serve as a dessert or on a savory salad.
For next-level oysters, place these shellfish cupped-side down on the grate. Cover and cook for just two minutes.
Mix this grain into patties, then throw on the grill for a healthy hamburger alternative.
Season a sliced head, then grill for a minute on each side, starting flat-side down.
Grill these mild yet flavorful peppers for about six minutes, flipping halfway through until blistered and soft.
Grilling your own pizza is easy and it's so much fun customizing your pie with all your favorite toppings.
Grill sliced oranges--or just about any citrus fruit--for one minute per side.
Place sliced watermelon on the grill and let each side cook for two minutes until char lines appear. Pair with tangy feta for the ultimate summer dish.
De-pit, halve and grill Hass avocados flesh-side down for five minutes. Then serve them straight up, stuff them or mash them into avo toast 2.0.
Yams or Sweet Potatoes
Season sliced yams or sweet potato wedges, brush them with olive oil and grill for about 40 minutes on medium-high heat.