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10 Unique Grilling Recipes

We’ll take any excuse to fire up the grill, but sometimes you’ve gotta mix it up from the usual burgers and dogs. That’s why we’re rounding up our favorite unique grilled recipes, from salads to salsas and seafood boils (oh my!). Try ‘em out this summer for easy outdoor cooking.

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Charred Romaine Salad 

Hardy lettuces like romaine, escarole, endive, radicchio, and even kale can handle the heat on the grill beautifully. The charred leaves add a surprising level of smokiness to side dishes and summer salads alike.

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Grilled Iceberg Wedge Salad 

A twist on a classic, our wedge salad brings bold flavor and, most importantly, it begins by grilling the iceberg to get a hint of char alongside the lettuce’s naturally cool and crisp texture.

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Grilled Avocado and Cantaloupe Salad 

This recipe combines that coveted charred flavor with refreshing melon and buttery avocados for a salad that’s supremely seasonal—and an easy pairing with all things grilled. 

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Grilled Flatbread with Summer Squash 

Summer squash is relatively mild when raw, but once grilled it becomes smoky, slightly sweet, and super tender, making it a top-notch flatbread topper.

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Baba Ganoush with Grilled Eggplant 

Hummus gets much of the dip spotlight, but we’re also big fans of its smoky, tahini-spiked cousin, baba ganoush. This eggplant dip works just as well with toasted pita, cut veggies, or as a flavorful sandwich spread.

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Grilled Lemon-Cilantro Punch 

Next time you’re standing over a hot grill, might we suggest throwing some lemons on for a super refreshing, large-format cocktail? The heat helps release their juices, making ’em well-suited to salad dressings or drinks. To mix up a mocktail, just leave out the liquor or choose a non-alcoholic spirit. 

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Grilled Seafood Boil 

An all-out seafood boil doesn’t require fancy equipment. All you really need is a couple pieces of foil and a grill. The key to a truly delicious rendition is making sure every bit of our buttery Old Bay spice mixture gets rubbed into your seafood, sausage, and veggies before the packets hit the flames.

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Coconut Sambal Chicken Tacos with Grilled Pineapple Salsa

 If you’re looking for a way to shake up your taco game the next time a craving hits, we’ve got a sweet-meets-smoky recipe that pairs juicy grilled chicken with a charred pineapple salsa. Top your tacos off with a few extras like cilantro and sliced avocado and dig in. Plus, these tacos give you yet another reason to fire up the grill.

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Grilled Peach and Burrata Salad

Sugary-sweet grilled peaches pair beautifully with the richness of the fresh burrata cheese and the saltiness from ribbons of aged prosciutto. There’s nothing unexpected or crazy about our version. Why mess with a very good thing?

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