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Whether it’s ribs, shoulder, wings, or drumsticks, we’ve got you covered for BBQ recipes! And whether you want to smoke, braise, grill or cook that meat in the oven, the flavors of BBQ are hard to resist!

Summer BBQ Recipes!

  • Barbecued Chicken on the Grill

    BBQ Chicken cooked slowly on the grill, slathered with your favorite barbecue sauce — does it get any better? This is the best recipe for making perfect BBQ chicken for all your summer gatherings and cook outs.

  • Irvin Lin

    The Best Dry Rub for Ribs

    This BBQ Spice Rub is fantastic for ribs, but it's also great on pork chops, pork loin, and pork shoulder! You can even add it to your favorite BBQ sauce for an extra kick.

  • Hank Shaw

    Bourbon Barbecue Sauce

    Outrageously good homemade barbecue sauce with molasses, chili, onion, lemon juice, tomato sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and bourbon.

  • Hank Shaw

    BBQ Grilled Chicken Wings

    These Amazing BBQ chicken wings are slow-grilled and slathered in a classic Buffalo wing sauce. Make plenty because everyone will want seconds!

Grilling 101

  • Sara Bir

    How to Choose a Grill

    Buying your first grill, or fifth? There’s a lot to consider: charcoal or gas, huge or petite, spendy or budget. Here’s how to select the grill that’s just right for you!

  • Elise Bauer

    Herbed Turkey Burger

    These easy, flavorful turkey burgers can be cooked on the grill or stovetop. Keep them juicy using turkey leg and thigh meat and a little olive oil. Season with fresh herbs from the garden and serve with a side of chips!

  • Sally Vargas

    Asian Beef Lettuce Wraps

    Try this easy Asian-inspired take on lettuce wraps with grilled beef, crisp vegetables, and fresh herbs. The spicy marinade of sriracha, ginger, lime, and fish sauce doubles as a dipping sauce!

  • Nick Evans

    Grilled BBQ Chicken Sandwiches

    It’s summertime and that means it’s time to grill! These easy grilled BBQ chicken sandwiches are just what you (and your backyard) ordered. Tangy barbecue sauce, shredded chicken, and toasty bun piled high crunchy slaw make this a family dinner win!

  • Erin Alderson

    Rosemary Olive Steak Kabobs

    1 hr

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb

    What's a summer cookout without steak kabobs?! Olives, steak, and rosemary are a match made in heaven. Tender grilled sirloin…juicy olives…What more could you want?!

  • Megan Keno

    Grilled Mexican Street Corn (Elote)

    20 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian

    Mexican street corn is a staple of summer and it's easy to make at home! Top char-grilled corn on the cob with a tangy, creamy sauce, sprinkle with crumbled cheese and dive in. Make this for your next backyard cook-out!

  • Elise Bauer

    Beef Kebabs

    1 hr

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Call them kabobs, kebabs, or shish kebobs, what's a summer grill without them? Top sirloin chunks, marinated in soy sauce, garlic, ginger, olive oil marinade, grilled with onions, mushrooms, bell peppers.

  • Summer Miller

    How to Grill the Best Burgers

    We tested all sorts of methods for mixing, shaping, and grilling backyard burgers, and even talked with grilling expert Steven Raichlen! Here is our take on the perfect grilled burger.

  • Elise Bauer

    Easy Grilled Salmon

    45 min

    Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb, Paleo

    Here's an easy way to grill salmon without the fish sticking to the grates. Promise! And mix up your approach with 4 different marinades while you're at it.

  • Irvin Lin

    The Best Dry Rub for Ribs

    This BBQ Spice Rub is fantastic for ribs, but it's also great on pork chops, pork loin, and pork shoulder! You can even add it to your favorite BBQ sauce for an extra kick.

  • Elise Bauer

    Grilled Corn on the Cob

    20 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian

    No need to soak your corn on the cob, or give it any special treatment before grilling. The secret to the easiest grilled corn? Grill it as is, husks on. Read more on why this works.

  • Sally Vargas

    Seafood Paella

    This saffron-infused paella is loaded with mussels, clams, and shrimp. Cook it on the grill in your biggest skillet for best flavor (no special pan required). It serves a crowd and would be so much fun for your next cookout.

  • Summer Miller

    How to Grill the Best Steak

    The most foolproof way to grill the best steak? It's not complicated—it's about small details, like a picking the best cut, air-drying in the fridge, and making an herb butter sauce for basting. Fire up the grill!

  • Nick Evans

    Easy Grilled Steak Fajitas

    For casual family dinners, backyard BBQs, or camping trips, these Easy Steak Fajitas are always a hit. Cook the veggies in foil packet while the seasoned steak grills alongside. Everything can be assembled ahead, and dinner is ready in 10 minutes!

  • Hank Shaw

    BBQ Grilled Chicken Wings

    These Amazing BBQ chicken wings are slow-grilled and slathered in a classic Buffalo wing sauce. Make plenty because everyone will want seconds!

  • Elise Bauer

    Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp

    1 hr

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Bacon-wrapped shrimp! Ridiculously good, grilled or roasted in the oven, and seasoned with chili and lime. Two tricks ensure crispy bacon without overcooking the shrimp. Perfect for your next backyard BBQ!

  • Claudia Cash

    12 Amazing Ways to Grill Chicken this Summer

    Got chicken? Got a grill? Then you're halfway to making any of these twelve delicious recipes! From chicken satay to chili garlic chicken to grilled spatchcocked chicken, you enough recipes to keep you happy all summer long.

  • Summer Miller

    Grilled Salmon with Cucumber Mango Salsa

    23 min

    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb, Paleo

    This quick and easy grilled salmon is kissed with lime and chili pepper, then topped with a cool, refreshing, colorful, and utterly delicious cucumber mango salsa. It’s okay. Go ahead and do a happy dance—you just won summer!

Recent Grilling Recipes & Ideas

  • Elise Bauer

    Herbed Turkey Burger

    These easy, flavorful turkey burgers can be cooked on the grill or stovetop. It serves a crowd and would be so much fun for your next cookout.

  • Summer Miller

    How to Grill the Best Steak

    The most foolproof way to grill the best steak? It's not complicated—it's about small details, like a picking the best cut, air-drying in the fridge, and making an herb butter sauce for basting. Make plenty because everyone will want seconds!

  • Nick Evans

    Grilled Chicken Under a Brick

    1 hr, 10 min

    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Paleo

    Want to know the secret to crispy chicken skin? Grilled Chicken Under a Brick! No actual brick required, just something heavy. Get ready for weeknight chicken dinner perfection!

  • Elise Bauer

    Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp

    1 hr

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Bacon-wrapped shrimp! Ridiculously good, grilled or roasted in the oven, and seasoned with chili and lime. Perfect for your next backyard BBQ!

  • Summer Miller

    Grilled Salmon with Cucumber Mango Salsa

    23 min

    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb, Paleo

    This quick and easy grilled salmon is kissed with lime and chili pepper, then topped with a cool, refreshing, colorful, and utterly delicious cucumber mango salsa. Go ahead and do a happy dance—you just won summer!

  • Hank Shaw

    Grilled Branzino with Rosemary Vinaigrette

    27 min

    Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb

    Ever had branzino? Either way, you'll love it grilled! Buy the whole fish, grill it, and serve it topped with a rosemary vinaigrette. (Best substitutes are walleye, Pacific rock cod, or a large Atlantic black sea bass.)

  • Summer Miller

    Grilled Chili Lime Flank Steak

    2 hrs, 17 min

    Low Carb, Paleo

    This grilled flank steak is seasoned with the smoky flavors of chili powder, paprika, and cumin. Combined with the sweetness of honey and a zip of lime juice, this flank steak is flavorful, but without covering the tender, meatiness of the cut.

  • Elise Bauer

    Grilled Corn Salad

    45 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian

    Here's an easy summer salad made with grilled corn, peppers, and zucchini! Serve it with burgers and grilled chicken at your next backyard barbecue. Keeps well, too!

  • Elise Bauer

    Chipotle Burger

    Want to add a spicy kick to your burgers? These Chipotle Burgers are made by mixing smoky chipotle peppers in adobo with the ground beef! Top with jack cheese and avocado for the best burger of the summer.

  • Elise Bauer

    Barbecued Chicken on the Grill

    BBQ Chicken cooked slowly on the grill, slathered with your favorite barbecue sauce — does it get any better? This is the best recipe for making perfect BBQ chicken for all your summer gatherings and cook outs.

  • Irvin Lin

    The Best Dry Rub for Ribs

    This BBQ Spice Rub is fantastic for ribs, but it's also great on pork chops, pork loin, and pork shoulder! You can even add it to your favorite BBQ sauce for an extra kick.

  • Hank Shaw

    Slow and Low Country Ribs

    BBQ Pork "Country Ribs" - cut from the shoulder, cooked slow and low, and glazed with the barbecue sauce of your choice! This country-style ribs recipe teaches you all you need to know.

  • Hank Shaw

    Dr Pepper Barbecue Sauce

    Barbecue sauce made with Dr. Pepper soda, onion, tomatoes, orange juice, vinegar, honey, and cayenne. Great with pork ribs or brisket.

  • Hank Shaw

    Bourbon Barbecue Sauce

    Outrageously good homemade barbecue sauce with molasses, chili, onion, lemon juice, tomato sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and bourbon.

  • Hank Shaw

    BBQ Grilled Chicken Wings

    These Amazing BBQ chicken wings are slow-grilled and slathered in a classic Buffalo wing sauce. Make plenty because everyone will want seconds!

  • Lisa Lin

    BBQ Chicken Burrito Bowl

    25 min

    Gluten-Free, Healthy

    Make-ahead BBQ Chicken Burrito Bowl with corn, black beans, and pico de gallo. Great for lunch or dinner during busy weeks!


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80 Best Grilling Recipes to Try This Summer

There's a reason so many people love firing up the grill in the summer: It brings back wonderful memories from past cookouts with friends, relatives, and neighbors, and it beckons those same people back for more good times. Oh yeah, and it's just plain delicious.

Here, you'll find a compilation of fabulous grilling recipes, each of which will inspire you to get creative at the grill. There are dozens of summer recipes for meat lovers, of course, like Ladd Drummond's legendary grilled tenderloin, plus an impossibly easy tutorial for a ribeye steak dinner with a decadent onion-blue cheese sauce and&mdashwait for it&mdashthe dreamiest grilled enchiladas. Yum! You'll also find plenty of grilled chicken recipes (the perfect addition to your Fourth of July menu!). And because nobody likes feeling left out, this best-of list is loaded with less typical favorites: vegetarian-friendly grilling options, salads made with grilled ingredients, picnic sides galore, and even Fourth of July desserts you can cook right alongside your mains.

Here's to great memories, great friends, and even better food. Fire it up!


BBQ Recipes

This surprising barbecue dish is taking over local menus—and it's so good, our barbecue editor developed his own recipe.

Recipe: Confit Smoked Chicken Thighs

This low and slow cooking technique locks in smoky flavor and juicy, tender meat.

Truth Barbeque’s Triple Chocolate Cake

Leonard Botello IV shares a longtime family recipe that’s become a staple at the Houston joint.

Recipe: Smoked Turkey Legs

In honor of the State Fair of Texas, here’s how to enjoy these annual treats at home.

Recipe: Smoked Lamb Shoulder

A simple recipe is all it takes when you use Texas pasture-raised lamb.

Recipe: Bone-in Pork Loin

With some advice from Roy Perez of historic Kreuz Market, I smoked a delicious dinner that couldn’t have been easier.

Recipe: Smoked Mac and Cheese

How to get a Muenster-Parmesan crust with a nice, smoky flavor.

How I Made Smoked Skirt Steak Fajitas, Three Ways

For my experiment, I used a beer marinade from Valentina's, a kalbi-style marinade from Roy Choi, and a simple rub.

How to Cook Smoked Tri-Tip

An underrated cut of meat, tri-tip is a practical (and delectable) choice as beef prices skyrocket.

Recipe: Sous Vide Pork Steak

How to turn pork slices into a juicy steak without leaving your kitchen.

How to Smoke Brisket on a Weber Grill

The secret lies in an old barbecue trick.

My Quest to Conjure Up Devil Sauce

Using history as a guide—especially Frank X. Tolbert's priceless Texas reporting—I set out to create the ideal BBQ complement.

The Best Wurst Christmas Tree Ever

Move over, fruitcake. Turn sausage into the hallmark of your next holiday party.

Barbecue and Chili Come Together in an Easy Recipe

The perfect Frito pie awaits! Skip hours of cooking time by bringing home the brisket (and a few other key ingredients) from your favorite BBQ joint.

Recipe: Thin Barbecue Sauce

This sauce is for smoked meats—not chicken fingers or French fries.

Recipe: Bacon-Wrapped Bacon

Decadent? Sure. Delicious? Absolutely.

BBQ Anatomy 101: Smoked Spinalis

The best cut of beef your butcher won't sell.

Pressure Cooker Pinto Beans

From dry to done in 90 minutes.

Cracking Gooseneck

Leaning on the Texas crutch.

Beef Shorter Ribs

Smoking on a backyard grill.

Texas-Style Potato Salad

Mixing the right amount of mustard and mayo.

Beef Belly Bacon

Raise Your Steak Game

If you&rsquove never heard of the reverse sear, then the best steak of your life is still in your future. Ever since I first used the reverse sear method, I haven&rsquot cooked a steak any other way. It&rsquos that good. And simple. What is a reverse sear? The name sounds a little

Toasted Sugar Ribs

Brown sugar, white sugar, and honey are all common sweeteners in the pitmaster&rsquos arsenal. They&rsquore great in a pork rub or on chicken to accelerate the browning of the skin. In fact, sugar might be the most popular ingredient in commercial barbecue rubs, which is why I was excited to learn

Tootsie Tomanetz’s Pork Steak

Tootsie Tomanetz has been cooking barbecue for fifty years, an art she didn&rsquot start practicing professionally until she was in her thirties. When she began her career in Giddings, offset smokers weren&rsquot nearly as popular as they are today. Then, barbecue was cooked directly over wood coals, and that&rsquos the

Have a (Beef) Heart

I grew up with an aversion to beef offal. My mother would basically force-feed us beef liver, and I couldn&rsquot stand the stuff. I still can&rsquot, but when I asked a rep from 44 Farms about cuts they had a hard time selling, beef heart was near the top

The Rib Sandwich

Perhaps you&rsquove seen it on a menu and have been too embarrassed to ask if what you&rsquore ordering is a sandwich full of bones. That&rsquos understandable. &ldquoRib sandwich&rdquo does sound like a dental episode waiting to happen, and while yes, it does have bones, it&rsquos often the best deal at a Texas

A Glossary of Casings

Smoked sausage is a pillar of Texas barbecue. We talk a lot about the staggering sausage varieties&mdashpork, beef, fine-grind, coarse-grind, hot guts, jalapeno-cheese, macaroni and cheese&mdashbut what&rsquos discussed less frequently is what we stuff those fillings into: the casings. Last week I went on a barbecue tour with Greg Mueller

Puffy Pork Belly

Not quite bacon, not quite chicharrones, puffy pork belly is the Goldilocks zone between the two, a dish that emerges when one makes the decision to deep fry a skin-on pork belly. I&rsquove written before about how much I love the crispy pig skin that gets chopped into the barbecue at

Sausage Making, Freedmen’s Style

When a process is notoriously complicated and unpleasant, people tend to trot out a time-worn idiom: you don&rsquot want to know how the sausage gets made. While the saying is especially useful when it comes to any political bureaucratic dealing, it&rsquos a bit derogatory and it slightly diminishes the art of the craft,

Prime Rib Primer

Over the last few days, I&rsquove shared recipes for a from-scratch ham, a smoked fried turkey, and a smoked pork crown roast. Now for the mother of all holiday meal centerpieces: the prime rib. Aside from beef tenderloin, prime rib is usually the most

Ugly Pork Crown Roast

Pork crown roast is a popular cut with an inferiority complex. It wants to be taken as seriously as prime rib, thought it would probably settle for the respect of rack of lamb. Alas, a bone-in loin of commodity hog isn&rsquot much to look at, so butchers dress it up by making

Smoked Fried Turkey

I&rsquom of the opinion that most foods can be improved when they&rsquore smoked, and one of my favorite dishes that proves this proclaimed axiom is smoked turkey. We&rsquove got plenty of great options in Texas, all of which likely beat the oven-roasted turkey that your family overcooked at Thanksgiving. But when it

Christmas Ham, Part II

Do you have a ham brining in the refrigerator? No? Then go back to step one here. (Don&rsquot worry. If you missed step one, there&rsquos still time for a New Year&rsquos ham.) For everyone whose ham is about to complete its salt-water bath, here&rsquos what to do next.

Make a Christmas Ham

Yes, really. Make a ham. From scratch. Don&rsquot just reheat one from the grocery store like you did for Easter. You still have the time to get it on if you start now. After a seven- or eight-day brine, you can have one you can call your own on your

Cracking the Cracklin’ Code

Chicharrón, pork rinds, gratons, cracklins&mdashcall them what you like, but fried hog fat with the skin on is a wonderful thing. I recently attended a Louisiana boucherie (what is essentially a communal gathering where a whole hog is butchered and broken down read more about it here), and I was


Chowhound’s 13 Most Popular BBQ Recipes to Make Before Summer Ends

You’ve got the grill. You’ve got the gadgets. You’ve even studied BBQ tips from a pitmaster and researched the best meat delivery services so your free-range, grass-fed, kosher proteins are set to arrive at the door any minute (ICYMI, check out the best Labor Day meat deals too). Patio-proof, unbreakable dinnerware? Check. Slushy cocktails to go in those sturdy glasses? Double check. What else is there?

From sauce-slathered short ribs to miraculously moist grilled chicken, homemade seasonings, and even a few seafood surprises, we’ve gathered Chowhound’s 13 most popular and clicked-on BBQ recipes from last summer to give you a head start on this season’s outdoor cookin’. Bust out the charcoal and lighter fluid cuz it’s gonna be a hot one!

Check out even more recipes and cooking tips our Chowhound community loves.

1. Easy BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs

This popular ribs recipe is easy, technically speaking, but does require some prep and planning. A lot of it can be done ahead of time if you have the luxury, and finished on the grill when guests start to arrive. Serve with some crisp summer slaw and baked potatoes. Get our Easy BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs recipe.

2. Easy Fish Tacos

For something, a little unexpected try grilled fish tacos next time you break out the BBQ. Marinate the white fish—something semi-firm like snapper, cod, or mahi-mahi—and serve with pickled onions, lime wedges, and sliced avocado. Get our Easy Fish Tacos recipe.

3. Montreal Steak Seasoning

This is a classic beef seasoning that you can buy in the store but it’s much more fun to say you made your own, right? If you’re hosting a socially distant BBQ, you can always package it up and give it out to guests for a fun take-home. Get our Montreal Steak Seasoning recipe.

4. Grilled Country-Style Pork Ribs

Fun fact about country style pork ribs: They’re not actually ribs but rather a boneless cut from the loin. Let a rub sit on the meat overnight for best results and then grill until a nice crust appears. Get our Grilled Country-style Pork Ribs recipe.

Related Reading: The Best Rubs You Can Buy

5. Cajun Seasoning

Have a bunch of this Cajun seasoning on hand all summer and you’ll never have a boring piece of grilled chicken or burger again. Don’t go crazy on the heat as you can always kick it up with a little extra pepper or cayenne to order. Get our Cajun Seasoning recipe.

6. Argentine Chimichurri Sauce

So you don’t technically make this one on the grill either but sometimes a good sauce to slather onto meats after they come off the coals (or gas) can make the difference between a good and great backyard BBQ. Get our Argentine Chimichurri Sauce recipe.

7. Smoked Barbecue Baby Back Ribs

This recipe requires some special equipment. If you don’t have a smoker, like our favorite below, then you can always turn your grill into a smoker rather easily. Smoking anything imparts a deep, sometimes all-consuming flavor, that balances nicely with the sweetness of BBQ sauce. Get our Smoked Barbecue Baby Back Ribs recipe.

*Special equipment alert: If you don’t have a smoker and have to hack it, you’ll need a charcoal grill to turn into a smoker. You will also need long heatproof tongs, matches or a lighter, newspaper, 1 disposable aluminum 9-by-5-inch loaf pan, 1 disposable aluminum 8-inch square pan, a baking sheet, 2 oven mitts, 2 buckets of water (one to soak the wood chips and the other to refill the aluminum loaf pan), and an oven thermometer.

Weber 14-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker Charcoal Smoker, $219 from Amazon

8. Juicy Lucy Burger (a.k.a. Jucy Lucy)

As you’ll read there is some serious drama as to what midwest bar this juicy burger originated in. We’re just glad it’s part of our summer arsenal. Worcestershire sauce is one of summer grilling’s best-kept secrets and the umami flavor is key in this grilled burger recipe. Get our Juicy Lucy Burger recipe.

9. Smoky-Sweet BBQ Beef Short Ribs

These fabulous BBQ short ribs technically get their start in the oven but are finished on the grill. Short ribs prove less intimidating than a full-size rack of ribs, but make sure you follow the cooking times and temps as closely as possible for best results. Get our Smoky-Sweet BBQ Beef Short Ribs recipe.

10. Grilled Chicken Breasts with Balsamic Rosemary Marinade

You can’t go wrong with grilled chicken at a summer BBQ but give it a formidable injection of flavor as in this very popular balsamic and rosemary marinade. Get our Grilled Chicken Breasts with Balsamic Rosemary Marinade recipe.

11. Grilled Paella

Chowhound’s Grilled Paella

Paella is to Spain as BBQ ribs are to the U.S. The perfect dish to serve a large group (or, since social distancing is still important, one or two with tons of leftovers for the week!), and eat outside in the sunshine with a cold beverage in hand. Use any type of seafood you’d like but remember some hold up to grilling better than others. Get our Grilled Paella recipe.

Lodge 15-Inch Carbon Steel Paella Pan, $49.90 from Walmart

12. Carne Asada

There is a ton you can do with a good carne asada. Tacos or fajitas (obviously), top a salad, or pile it high on some good ciabatta for a sliced steak sandwich. Feel free to crank up the heat if you’ve got Scoville junkies in tow. Get our Carne Asada recipe.

13. Maple Mustard Grilled Salmon

Salmon and summer grillin’ go together like PB&J. A nice firm fish that holds its form, this maple, and mustard marinated fish dish will be a hit with BBQ guests, and is an easy/exciting alternative for those trying to avoid red meat or pork. Get our Maple Mustard Grilled Salmon recipe, and read up on the best fish to grill according to a chef.

Related Reading on CNET: The Best Places to Buy Seafood Online


Tips & Tricks For The Perfect Barbecue Dish

First things first, preheat the barbecue before you start cooking. While the grill is hot, clean it and then oil the bars of the grate when it is time for cooking. This will ensure that your meat doesn't stick to the grill and you'll get those grilling impressions. Also, have a sharp blade at all times for dicing and slicing. A spray bottle with water near the grill is a must, in case of flare-ups.

While cooking meat, avoid piercing it with a fork or prongs as the juices will escape, making the meat drier and less flavorful. Instead, use a spatula or tongs to move and flip your food. The same goes for leaner proteins like fish. If you are using chicken with the skin, rub the outside with a little butter or oil and then lightly season it. It'll give the chicken a nice and crispy texture.

Barbecues are not just about meats, there are plenty of options for vegetarians too. Potatoes, cherrytomatoes, bell peppers, sweet potatoes are great on the grill. Before they hit the BBQ, toss them with a light coating of oil, sprinkle some seasoned salt and wrap in aluminum foil. When using onions and eggplant, you should cut them into thin circles for a crispier outside.

An important thing that you must pay attention to is the marinade. Do not rely solely on the BBQ sauce, experiment with different types of marinade, seasonings and rubs to make your grills stand out like teriyaki sauce or garlic and herb marinade. Add a little wine or beer to your standby sauce. No matter what type of marinade you choose, try to get the meat in the mixture at least 24 hours ahead of time.


This Kansas City Style BBQ Sauce Is The Real Deal

Say so long to bottled BBQ sauce and hello to amped up homemade Kansas City-style sauce with this step-by-step recipe. Thick and sweet, Kansas City barbecue sauce has been a crowd favorite since the introduction of KC Masterpiece in the 70s. Our delicious recipe features multiple layers of flavors, sweets, and heats.


When you want the hamburger experience minus the meat, this five-star recipe from Melissa Clark is here for you. Mushrooms, tofu, beans and beets are roasted to amplify their flavors, then combined with beans, cheese, tempeh, rice and spices. It’s a long ingredient list, but the assembly is simple, and it lends itself well to improvisation: Cooked steel-cut oats or farro work in place of the rice, tofu for the tempeh and Parmesan or mozzarella for the queso blanco. And pretty much any cooked or canned bean will do.

When the zucchini you planted at the start of the summer have taken over your garden and the bins at the farmers’ market, here’s a great way to use them up: Cut each squash lengthwise or diagonally — long and thick enough so they won’t fall through the grill grates — toss with olive oil, salt and pepper, then grill until tender. Sprinkle with red-pepper flakes and drizzle with fresh lemon juice.


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These Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipes Are So Good&mdashand Easy, Too

Bye-bye, bottled BBQ sauce. You&rsquove got some major competition with these flavorful homemade BBQ sauce recipes that contain ingredients you likely have in your pantry and fridge already. Dress up your chicken, pork, ribs, and beyond in our best BBQ sauce recipes and prepare for rave reviews.

Like icing on a cake or toppings on a pizza, the best BBQ sauce can take the main component of your recipe from good to great. Whether you slather them on ribs, mix with pulled pork or chicken, or use as a sauce for a takeout fakeout BBQ chicken pizza, these homemade BBQ sauce recipes are designed to elevate your entrພ to new flavor heights. So walk right past the bottled varieties and try these DIY condiments instead. And don&apost think these sauces are only for summer grilling—you can use them year-round no matter the cooking method.


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