Gluten-Free Taco Seasoning Mix adds the flavors of the Southwest to a marinade for grilled steak kabobs. Use fresh corn at the peak of its season so it grills up sweet and tender, making it a perfect summer dish.
Start with an easy, homemade seafood marinade. End with perfection. This Malaysian-inspired grilled salmon recipe feels the heat from ginger and red and black pepper, balanced by tangy soy sauce and a pop of citrus from fresh lime. Add a side of grilled bok choy for one bold finish.
Hot Pepper Blackened Bacon-Wrapped Grilled Asparagus
Up your grill game with the ultimate summer vegetable: Bacon-Wrapped Grilled Asparagus. This simple grilled appetizer shows off the spicy, bold flavor of Hot Pepper Blackened Seasoning. Sprinkle it onto asparagus being grilling for a perfect summer party food.
We chose some of the best cuts around for grilling. They’re juicy, flavorful and always solid go-tos. 1. Skirt: a flavorful cut ideal for marinades, similar to hanger and flank. 2. Bone-in Porterhouse: bone adds flavor and keeps this supreme steak juicy on the grill. 3. Petite Sirloin: flavorful, tender cut with medium fattiness. 4. Tenderloin Steak:the ultimate tender filet, chars nicely. 5. Rib-eye: a flavorful cut, trim excess fat from the edges to prevent flare-ups on the grill.
Brown Sugar Bourbon Grilled Steak and Cheese Fry Sandwich
Thanks to @dadwithapan | Grilled Steak and Cheese Fry Sandwich - This is got to be the best sandwich I've ever had using a Brown Sugar Bourbon Marinade, grilled new york strip, smothered cheese fries on a rosemary garlic buttered bun. YESS!
For a fresh twist on summer party food, top grilled pizza with Southwestern ingredients such as Monterey Jack cheese, cilantro and chicken marinated with Grill Mates Baja Citrus Marinade. This grilled pizza recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
In the mood for bold? Try this grilled steak recipe stuffed with blue cheese. The blue cheese crumbles bring the savory while Grill Mates Hot Pepper Blackened Seasoning brings the heat. Guests will love this awesome spicy steak recipe.
Looking for a new burger recipe for your Memorial Day Cookout? Ground bison is lean and tender with a flavor similar to beef. Serve topped with an herbed spread, tomato and grilled zucchini for a lighter take on the typical burger.
Grilled Montreal Flank Steak with Charred Tomato Salsa
Grilled Flank Steak with Montreal Seasoning + Charred Tomato Salsa = The ultimate grilled dinner. A robust marinade of coarse black pepper, garlic and dill adds a zesty boldness to this juicy steak recipe, rounded out by the smoky charred tomato salsa.
On the grill: Sticky-sweet, juicy pork chops. A savory brown sugar and bourbon marinade layered with peach preserves takes this grilled pork chops recipe to the next level of flavor. Keep the prep easy with Grill Mates Brown Sugar Bourbon Single Use Marinade.
Cowboy Burger with Grilled Pickles & Crispy Onion Straws
Meat rub goes rogue with this amped up grilled cheeseburger, rubbed with a savory blend of Smoky Montreal Steak Seasoning, chili powder and brown sugar. Up the flavor factor further with creative burger toppings: melty cheddar, BBQ mayo, grilled pickle slices and crispy onion straws. This burger recipe really is as bold and fun as it looks!
Soak it all in. With zesty marinated grilled cabbage steaks. Grill Mates Smoky Applewood Marinade Mix adds bold flavor to this veggie main or side dish. “Beef” up hearty cabbage slices with crispy, crumbled bacon, blue cheese and green onion toppers. Tasty!
Bring your A-game to the grill with this ground pork waffle burger rubbed with Smokehouse Maple Seasoning, sweet brown sugar, sage and thyme for an intense flavor combo. Sandwich it between two Belgian waffles and top it with melty cheddar, crispy bacon and an ooey-gooey fried egg for a mindblowing breakfast recipe. It’s the burger grilling dreams are made of.
This Texas brisket recipe delivers authentic pit-master flavor thanks to the slow and low cooking and the blend of spices and coffee in Grill Mates Cowboy Rub. To add authentic wood smoke flavor, see the Smoking Tip.