What is the most popular food to grill?
It’s clear that the country’s most popular BBQ foods include meat. Think hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork, and grilled chicken. Some non-meat options also made the list. Among those, the ones you’ll most likely find in many gatherings are potato chips, fruit salad, and watermelon.
When should you throw food on the grill?
Wait until your charcoal has burned to an even temperature before placing any meat on the grill grates. When the charcoal firsts turns white, it is hot on the outside, but still cool on the inside. You want to wait until at least 2/3rds of the charcoal have turned white and the charcoal has stopped smoking.
What can I grill besides burgers?
17 Delicious Grilling Recipes That Aren’t Burgers
- Grilled Guacamole.
- Grilled Watermelon Salad.
- Grilled Chipotle Lime Sweet Potato Fries.
- Grilled Strawberry Shortcake Kebabs.
- Grilled Pears with Cinnamon Drizzle.
- Grilled Polenta Bites.
- Grilled Romaine and Corn Salad.
- Grilled Tuna Skewers with Salsa Verde.
What can I grill besides meat?
From savory to sweet, here are 14 foods you should be grilling this summer instead of meat:
- Pizza. PIN IT. Photo by Sophie Maschinot. …
- Corn. PIN IT. Photo by Tiare Brown. …
- Eggplant. PIN IT. Photo by Sabrina Congel. …
- Zucchini. PIN IT. Photo by Sabrina Congel. …
- Polenta. PIN IT. …
- Avocado. PIN IT. …
- Romaine Lettuce. PIN IT. …
- Brie. PIN IT.
How long should charcoal burn before grilling?
Let the charcoal or briquettes burn until they’re covered with white-gray ash (it takes about 5 to 10 minutes for the coals to get to high heat and 25 to 30 minutes to get to medium heat).
Should you oil the grill before cooking?
Oiling your grill grate helps prevent food from sticking when cooking. To to this, dip a wadded paper towel in a little oil and, using tongs, wipe the oil evenly over the grate. Be careful not to use too much oil, because that’s a sure fire way to start a good flare-up—a little goes a long way here.