20 Foods You Wouldn’t Think to Grill



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Keep reading to find out what recipes made it into this week’s SWAT

20 Foods You Wouldn’t Think to Grill

The Daily Meal reached out to own Culinary Content Network of bloggers in search of exciting recipes to share with our readers. It’s summer time, which of course in eating terms means it’s grilling time! Who doesn’t love a good piece of grilled salmon, or grilled chicken, or of course grilled ribs! But this week we are digging deeper into our grilling repertoires because there are so many ingredients that can benefit from a good dose of direct heat and fire. This week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme) invited our bloggers to show us their skills and present us with their best recipes featuring foods that you wouldn’t think to grill.

Blackened Apricots with Creme Fraiche & Pistachios

Grilled and Smothered Articokes

Grilled Broccoli

Rachael Pack

Grilled Cherry Tomato and Goat Cheese Bruschetta

Grilled Corn Mac and Cheese

Grilled Cornbread Panzanella with Avocado and Corn

Panzanella salad comes from the Italian region of Tuscany and utilizes old, stale bread. Calling all crouton lovers, this salad was made for you.

Orginal recipe comes courtesy of Abbe Odenwalder of This Is How I Cook food blog.

Check it out here!

Grilled Gluten-Free Pound Cake

Sweet and Savoury Grilled Eggplant

Grilling eggplant brings out an insane level of natural sweetness, there’s not a grain of salt or sugar added to this recipe.

From Dan Zehr of Platter Talk food blog. Click here for the recipe!

Grilled Halloumi and Peach Salad

Grilled Pineapple Salad

Save some space on the grill for the salad! Grilling makes everything better, and grilled fruit is a revelation. The natural sugars caramelize almost on contact with the heat, so you get an interesting flavor profile and super defined grill marks. This recipe comes from blogger The View From Great Island.

Grilled Pizza with Corn, Proscuitto, and Tarragon

Grilled Plumcot Salad with Toasted Walnut Vinaigrette

Grilled Potato Salad with Sprilized Cucumber

Simple but genius, grilling the potatoes makes the potatoes very sturdy, they can then stand up to whatever dressing you create. Recipe from Peter Block of Feeding Your Soul Too.

Check it out here!

Grilled Potato Salad with Basil, Blue Cheese and Tomatoes

Grilled Watermelon Steaks

Taking everyday ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, Maldon sea salt, freshly ground pepper, Balsamic Reduction Sauce and a sprinkle of feta make this a side dish winner!

Recipe submitted by Savory Experiments food blog.

Click here for the recipe!

Grilled Wild Mushroom Pizza

Grilled Yuca with Garlic Mojo Sauce



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