Discover 30+ Barbecue Recipes To Try This Summer
As soon as the warm weather rolls in, there's no better time to fire up the grill.
Petite Pommes Anna
You can make these potato cakes up to the first stage of cooking and keep them at room temperature up to 4 hours. Then, brown them in the oven while the ham is resting.
Squash Wedges With Spicy Breadcrumbs
This recipe works best with moist squash such as butternut or acorn. It’s also delicious using the roasted flesh of spaghetti squash.
Mini Cheese Balls
Roll these tangy spheres of chèvre in earthy poppy seeds, smoky chopped almonds or minced chives. (You could also try toasted sesame seeds, chopped pistachios or za’atar, the Middle Eastern spice blend.) Add a little sweetness with a drizzle of fresh honey.
Maple Glazed Fresh Ham
Do not be tempted to trim off all the fat: it’s needed to baste the lean leg meat as it roasts and keep it moist and succulent.
Famous Fudge Cake
The squares, which hail from Newfoundland, have an old-school East Coast charm with their mix of cherries and nuts.
A winning combination of peanut butter, oats and chocolate, these simple squares take just minutes to prepare — and they never stay around for much longer than that!…
Soft on the inside with a crackly finish on top, these gingerbread squares are packed with dried fruit and warm, bold spices. They’re the ideal holiday treat with a pot of tea.
These bite-sized sweets have got everything you want in a square: chocolate, Skor bar bits, nuts and a sticky coat of sweetened condensed milk.
Touches of honey and cayenne punch up the classic combo of lemon juice and olive oil.
Roasted Rainbow Carrots With Harissa
Harissa is a Moroccan chili paste sold in a tube and can be found at select supermarkets and Middle Eastern food stores.
Honey Balls With Crushed Pistachios
It’s best to fry the dough in 2″ to 2 1⁄2″ of oil. This recipe calls for 3 cups of oil, but you may need more or less, depending on the size of your pot.
Baked Wild Salmon With Lentils & Kale
This main course comes together in less than 20 minutes and uses just one dish.
Sweet & Salty Nuts
This recipe calls for Marcona almonds, but you can use walnuts, as well.