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Anyone have quick and easy recipes for barbecuing on the grill or just something to throw on the grill?

I started learning how to grill on my own like about a month ago i was just wondering if anyone might have good quick easy recipes.

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11 Responses to “Anyone have quick and easy recipes for barbecuing on the grill or just something to throw on the grill?”

  1. Nikki B said:

    try hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs and maybe chicken

  2. smilyface292 said:

    get some chiken brest ad put bbq sause on it

  3. Rich Z said:

    Mix beer with mustard to make a marinade. Soak boneless chicken breasts overnight in it. Put them on the grill at medium for about 15 minutes each side (till golden). It tastes great and gets rid of leftover beer.

  4. Loresinger99 said:

    If you’re just starting out chicken is the best choice because its a little more forgiving than other meats of fish.

    Use boneless breasts and slice them up a little so that they’ll accept your marinade more fully. You can use italian dressing, fruit juice, herbs/wine/vinegar, or whatever flavors you like because chicken accepts everything! I use strawberry juice, white wine, ginger, garlic and soy.

    Let your chicken sit in your marinade for 24 hours in the fridge. Heat up the grill and spray it or oil it so the chicken won’t stick. Turn it down to about 1/3 power as chicken cooks quickly and you want it to get some of your bbq sauce flavor inside. For the strawberry chicken I use honey, crushed berries, salt, pepper, and ginger/garlic again. For other blends I typically use home made bbq sauce but really I think the commercial blends have really stepped up their game lately so use what you enjoy.

    A couple of turns and it will be nicely done with a lightly crispy exterior and juicy inside. YUM

  5. poodle_mams said:

    Some easy things tried & true:

    1. Fresh whole mushrooms seasoned w/ Tony Chachere’s or salt & pepper, sliced onions, butter. Wrap in foil, put on grill.

    2. Small-diced potatoes, drained canned corn, drained canned black beans, chopped onions, chopped pepper, butter, sliced cheddar cheese, Chachere’s or salt & pepper, double-wrapped in foil & cooked on grill.

    3. Tomato halves w/ mozzerella & olive oil on top

    4. Kebabs: wet wooden skewers threaded w/ seasoned/marinated chunks of meat or chicken, chopped bell pepper, onion, mushroom, cherry tomatoes, pineapple, etc.

  6. Behhar B said:

    My favourite is a freshly caught trout wrapped in aluminium/tin foil. Add white wine and rosemary to the fish before you close the foil up. Deeeee-lish!!!!!!

  7. Missy C said:

    Cabbage on the Grill

    1 cabbage cut into 1/4th
    place 1/4th of cabbage in a pocket of tin foil
    salt and pepper to taste
    small amount of water
    close up tin foil and place on the grill for about 30 minutes.
    (1 cabbage makes 4 servings)

    Hope you enjoy…..

  8. llama_lover6 said:

    when you are making hamburgers, take out the ground beef, put in worchestersheir saouce or something like that, and sweet and zesty barbecue sauce. then make about 3/4 inch patties. with the grill uncovered, grill them on one side for 4 minutes, then with the grill still uncovered, grill the other side for 4 minutes. Then flip it and cover it for 7 minutes, flip it, cover it for 7 minutes. Then add condiments, and enjoy!
    other good grill ideas…shrimp, steak, hot dogs, pizza, fruit <--- yes, it's pretty wierd, but pretty good, chicken, ham, and that's all I can think of

  9. April B said:

    Marinating is the key to good barbeque (or cooking meat in any manner) — the easiest one I know is to take a ziploc bag and fill it with 1/3 a bottle of Italian dressing (others work well too so experiment) and then take boneless chicken and poke holes in it with a fork then put the chicken in the ziploc bag and shake to coat with dressing.

    Marinate in fridge for at least an hour and then put on the grill (chicken takes longer to cook (should be 180 degrees F) so cook on low heat for 7-10 minutes on each side and stick knife in center to be sure there is no pink.

    The key to having tender and juicy meat (chicken, fish, hamburger or steak is to turn it once and don’t squish the juice out of it with the spatula.

    Don’t cook anything until it is charred as this black portion is a carcenogen and even the fat drippings can be toxic (that’s another reason you shouldn’t flatten with a spatula)

    Kabobs are good too — remember to soak the wooden skewers in water so they do not burn.

    Putting veggies (especially onions, potatoes, carrots, squash) in tin foil and sealing and placing on grill to let them cook is great too.

  10. sarah b said:

    After you have eaten all your perfectly barbecued meat you will just have a little bit of space left for dessert ….

    Toss a few bananas on the barbecue grill (still in their skins), turn them over a couple of times until the skins are completely black (but not crispy).

    Open the skin using 2 forks and serve the piping hot banana with your favourite vanilla ice-cream ….. Lovely!!!

  11. vasiliska-rum said:




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