Get Grilling this 4th of July
Is there any holiday that screams “cookout” like the Fourth of July? Whether you’re a traditional burgers-and-hot-dogs fan or you’re looking for something new, we have some fantastic recipes for you to try as America celebrates its independence this year!
Shrimp Skewers with Dill and Feta Sauce
Fresh, fragrant dill and salty feta pair perfectly with grilled shrimp. Plus, it’s ready in a snap.
Grilled Corn with Cheese and Lime
Grilled corn is a Mexican street food tradition. And, if we’re honest, one of the best-tasting things you’ll ever eat. This version kicks things up with quesco fresco, lime and cayenne.
It’s the marinade and slow cooking over indirect heat that makes all the difference in this dish.
Firecracker Grilled Alaskan Salmon
Tasty salmon with a little heat, that may just be the best salmon you’ve ever tasted. The marinating takes some time, but the fish grills quickly.
Sometimes, you need to serve up an appetizer that’s tasty – and easy. Adding grilled peppers and onions to store-bought salsa fits the bill.
BBQ is a tradition, and everyone has their favorite recipe. But the dry rub and frequent basting with sauce makes this one you should definitely try.
Burgers with Pineapple-Jalapeno Salsa
Here’s that burger recipe we promised. Just … with a twist. This homemade sweet-and-spicy salsa will get your tastebuds jumping!
Sausages and Polenta with Marinated Peppers
Ok, so they aren’t hot dogs. But it’s close, and no one really needs a hot dog recipe anyway. Plus, it’s delicious. And you can lighten things up be swapping turkey sausages for the more traditional pork if you prefer.
Why not end your meal with a grilled fruit dessert? Serve these peaches with the honey and nut cream cheese, or vanilla ice cream.
Happy Fourth from all of us at Maximum Comfort Pool & Spa!
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