June marks the beginning of every foodie's favourite season - BBQ season. Gathering with family and friends in the summer helps to create enjoyable memories of afternoons and evenings spent with delicious grilled foods, fun games and good socializing.
The one downside of barbecue is that it can tend to be monotonous across all boards; people tend to stick with bland recipes, relying more on the cooking method rather than the recipe. But pulling out your grill doesn't have to be the end of new and exotic recipes. Here are 5 unique recipes sure to wow your guests and put the sizzle back into BBQ food.
With the sun shining and gardens in full bloom, it's time to break out the sunglasses, dust off the patio and fire up the grill. nothing makes summer more exciting than the perfect barbecue feast. Impress your friends and family with this Indian-inspired beef burger recipe, a delicious new take on a familiar favourite. The exotic tandoori flavouring paired with a colourful coleslaw will be a sure hit, adding a little excitement to your everyday backyard barbecues. Click here for the recipe
Perfect for summer get-togethers, this succulent dish is far from the typical cheeseburger. Packed with flavourful mushrooms and delectable cheese, it will have your mouth watering at first sight. Ready in no time, your guests will be impressed at this simple yet gourmet burger recipe. Click here for the recipe
Kick your tomatoes into high gear with this tasty dish. Perfect as an appetizer or side dish for your grilled steak, this delicious recipe is sure to be a hit and be the talk of outdoor parties all summer long. Click here for the recipe
A tasty spin on a classic dish, this grilled pizza is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at your next get-together. Topped with fresh, summery ingredients, this casual, yet elegant favourite works as an appetizer or a meal. Click here for the recipe
Barbecue cheese? Bet you never considered it. This recipe will have your taste buds applauding. Take a look at this creative appetizer recipe by Jamie Purviane in his newest cookbook, Weber's Smoke. Click here for the recipe