Grilled Salmon with Creamy Dill Sauce

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Fresh dill is the sweet and grassy secret weapon in the creamy sauce that’s slathered over these smoky grilled salmon fillets. Tangy Greek yogurt and lemon juice join the feathery herbs to create a citrusy spread that will leave you licking the plate. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection.

Grilled Salmon Burgers with Green Goddess Dressing

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Dazzle guests with your impressive grilling skills by whipping up these juicy, ginger-infused salmon burgers at your next cookout. The patties hold up like pros over the heat thanks to a quick chill in the fridge. A creamy, herb-laced green goddess dressing brightens up every bite. Read more now for the recipe.

Grilled Flatbread Pizza

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Skip the shish kabob and make smoky, charred pizza the star of your next cookout. In this recipe, fluffy flatbreads are smeared with pesto and topped with tart sun-dried tomatoes, salty feta, chicken, and fresh herbs, and tossed on the grill. They’re simple, savory, and deeply satisfying. Read on for the full recipe

What’s the Difference Between Baby Back, St. Louis, and Spareribs?

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There’s no question that a finger-licking-good rack of ribs is just the thing to wake up a weary palate. But have you ever taken the time to determine when to choose baby back over St. Louis-style, or what makes spareribs so darn flavorful though they have the least amount of meat? We share all the juicy details here.

Classic American Pulled Pork for Sandwiches and More

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Piled on a plate or served on a sandwich, this classic American pulled pork is so versatile, and making it is totally foolproof – even a barbecue beginner can master this simple recipe. Cooked low and slow for hours, the results are smoky and tender, and the tangy sauce pops with flavor. Learn how to make it now.

Juicy Bacon Cheddar Burgers

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These juicy bacon cheddar burgers have incredible flavor in every single bite. The classic flavor combo is actually mixed into the ground beef, making them juicier and even more satisfying, with lettuce, tomato, and onion on top. After you devour one, you’ll say goodbye to the basic burger forever! Read more now.

Brazilian Espetinho de Peixe (Fish Kebabs)

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Espetinho de peixe, or classic fish kebabs, will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to Brazil. Pieces of protein-packed fish are marinated in a citrus and herb mixture that imparts a ton of flavor to the dish. Layered with mushrooms and bell peppers, they’re grilled to perfection. Get the recipe now.

Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Pork Sliders

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Find the fluffiest buns you can and hop on this slider train stat. These magnificent mini sandwiches are layered with juicy pork slices, tart pickles, and a scratch-made, smoky barbecue sauce infused with Worcestershire, peach preserves, and chipotle peppers in adobo. Keep reading to wrap your hands around this recipe.

Moroccan Lamb Kebabs Are Street Food Made Easy

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These Moroccan lamb kebabs are proof that grilled meat on skewers always makes for a wonderful meal. The marinated meat is juicy and tender, served with a flavorful yogurt sauce that will have you licking your fingers with joy. Serve them on their own as a snack, or as a delicious meal with hummus and salad.

Summer Grilling Just Got Tastier with Citrus Marinated Beef Kebabs

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Citrus marinated beef kebabs are the ideal meal for summer grilling season. The meat is juicy and tender after sitting in a flavorful marinade. Skewered with lots of colorful veggies, it’s an easy, flavorful, and satisfying meal that you will want to make on repeat all season long. Get the recipe now.

Korean Barbecue Burgers

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Want your next backyard bash to be a culinary success? Whip up these Korean barbecue burgers. In this recipe, regular ground beef is taken to the next level with an infusion of ginger and soy. Even the toppings and condiments get a creative twist, with gochujang slaw, spicy mayo, and fresh mint. Get the recipe now.

Your Go-To Chickpea Veggie Burger Is Here

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No crumbly veggie patties here! Our spinach-filled chickpea burgers hold together like a dream and are packed full of nutrient-rich ingredients. Topped with ketchup, avocado, or a homemade sauce, even non-vegetarians will be satisfied. Read more now on Foodal to add this recipe to your collection of healthy favorites.