Summer grilling is all about flavor and convenience. Try these quick and easy 5-ingredient-or-less grilled dishes from Weber’s Time To Grill.
Tuna Steaks with Lemon Vinaigrette
Grilled tuna steaks are a quick and easy weeknight meal, taking only about 8 minutes on the grill. Brush the 3-ingredient
lemon vinaigrette on the fish before grilling for a flavorful dish. For stronger vinaigrette, add Dijon or soy sauce.
Make this salad for a fun summery take on the classic caprese salad. The grilled eggplant is a nice addition to the tomatoes,
basil, and mozzarella cheese. This easy dish is ready in less than 20 minutes and great to serve as an appetizer at a dinner
With this recipe, we’ve taken the grill time from four hours to about an hour and fifteen minutes. Cooking the ribs wrapped
in foil speeds up the grill time while still maintaining the juices and the meat’s tenderness.
Fun enough for a party and easy enough for a weeknight meal, these skewers are versatile and packed with flavor. In less than
10 minutes, you’ll have a grilled dish that has the perfect balance of acidity, richness, and saltiness. You can even go a
step further and stuff the chicken and olives into a pita with hummus for a Greek-inspired meal.
This simple dish is enhanced by the garlic butter, which doesn’t take away from the lobster’s natural flavor. If you grill
the lobster and corn at the same time, it will only take about 10 to 15 minutes. This dish also makes a pretty presentation
with the mix of colors.
Bottled marinara sauce is the key to making this dish easy to prepare. Arrange the grilled scallops on top of the sauce and
garnish with chopped prosciutto and fresh herbs. This meal is ready in less than 20 minutes and elegant enough to serve to
Make a complete breakfast in a heavy skillet with only 5 ingredients. This hearty meal consists of bacon, eggs, and sweet
or savory toast. Ready in less than 30 minutes, you’ll have a filling meal that’s worth indulging.
Save time with this dish by using store-bought pesto and cooking tomatoes on a grill pan along with the fish. Adding the pesto
to the white wine marinade adds flavor and color to the fish. Quick enough for a weeknight dinner and easy to prepare when
entertaining guests, this dish is sure to be a hit.
The key to avoiding a sulfurous taste when making Brussels sprouts is to roast them until they are barely tender. Marinating
the vegetable in lemon-infused olive oil and fresh thyme leaves also adds flavor to this dish.
For more easy grilling recipes, see Weber’s Time to Grill. This 2011 cookbook serves up plenty of ideas for making inspired meals with the least amount of labor. Every single recipe
keeps prep time and ingredients to a minimum while maximizing favor.