This dish highlights traditional Mediterranean flavors like dill, cucumber, olive oil, and garlic. Serve these juicy pan-grilled
pork chops with chopped tomatoes, cucumber, and red onion, plus a creamy yogurt sauce that's similar to the classic Greek
Let's admit it - plain grilled chicken breast just isn't that exciting. Jazz up those breasts with a simple sauce made from
common pantry ingredients, like red wine vinegar and Dijon mustard, and a little fresh tarragon (you could even substitute
dried to save a run to the grocery). Serve over mixed greens for a fresh and healthy dinner.
Sliders are a trendy (and delicious) way to prepare hamburger meat. By cooking them over a grill pan instead of an open grill
flame, you'll save time and effort that could be better spent enjoyed with friends and family.
Grass-Fed Beef Tenderloin Steaks with Sautéed Mushrooms
Grass-fed beef has a slightly mineral flavor that grilling really highlights well. This simple steak dinner is easy, yet elegant
enough to "wow" guests, making it the perfect choice for Friday night entertaining, when everyone is likely a little tired
from the work week.
This salad isn't for the faint of stomach! Stuff baked taco salad shells with pan-grilled seasoned shrimp, lettuce, mango,
tomato, and radishes, then drizzle with homemade cilantro-lime vinaigrette. Pair with your favorite white wine for a truly
refreshing summer dinner experience.
Lettuce wraps are a popular staple at Asian restaurants. It's easy to make your own at home - and cheaper too! This recipe
calls for flank steak, an inexpensive cut of meat, and many ingredients that you'll already have on hand.
Fish cooks so quickly that taking the time to light and preheat a charcoal grill seems a little inefficient. Instead, grill
red snapper fillets over a grill pan for a super quick weeknight meal that requires very little prep time or clean up. Orzo
pasta is a refreshing alternative side dish to steamed rice or vegetables.
Skewer some chicken seasoned with peanut oil and curry powder and grill in a grill pan over medium-high heat. Pair with diced
pineapple (whose sweetness will balance out the heat in the rest of the dish), sliced red onion, and fresh cilantro - all
flavored with fresh lime juice and ground red pepper. A homemade peanut-chili dipping sauce really brings it all together.
Grilled Grouper with Browned Butter-Orange Couscous
Although the grilled grouper is mighty tasty, the real standout in this meal is the couscous. It's bright, beautiful, and
flavorful, making it a memorable addition to any menu where you might otherwise serve rice or potatoes.
Tired of your usual chicken, beef, and pork main dishes? Turn to lamb. Perfectly seasoned lamb chops pan-grilled over the
stove are truly delicious, especially when brushed with a light coating of peach preserves. Serve with sautéed broccolini
Take your taste buds on a little cruise down to the Caribbean with these Jamaican-inspired chicken thighs. Chicken thighs
are a great alternative to the more classic chicken breasts, since they always turn out juicier and are a little more forgiving
for the amateur cook. Chopped jalapeño pepper, red pepper, and black pepper add some serious heat to this dish; it pairs wonderfully
with mashed sweet potatoes and a mixed green salad.
Pressed panini sandwiches are a creative way to use your grill pan. The simplistic Italian pizza margherita inspired these
sandwiches, which feature sliced plum tomatoes, shredded mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, and olive oil.
In this recipe, green onions, white wine-and-herb chicken marinade, garlic salt, and pepper really raise the turkey burger
flavor bar. Top with sliced avoacdo and mayonnaise for the ultimate turkey burger experience.
These little gems are a twist on what are commonly known as "afterburners" or "jalapeño poppers". Not only can you prepare
them over a grill pan, but we've added a little goat cheese to the traditional cream-cheese filling and crafted a spicy dipping
sauce that comes together in a flash.
When it comes to indoor grilling, don't forget the tofu! These Asian-style gourmet sandwiches could be easily transformed
into all-vegetarian stackers with some "fakon" (vegetarian bacon). They're also a great way to use up leftover zucchini.
Panzanella is a traditional Italian summertime dish featuring bread and tomatoes tossed with oil, vinegar, and herbs. In this
recipe, pan-grilled chicken adds a protein punch to make this a filling meal. If desired, serve with seasoned green beans.
Pump up the flavor of classic pan-grilled fajitas by marinating the chicken and vegetables in beer, soy sauce, fresh lime
juice, canola oil, Worcestershire sauce, and crushed garlic. For the ultimate one-dish meal, grill chicken and veggies in
your grill pan, then toast the tortillas in the pan as well.