Juicy Smoky Grilled Pork Chops
One of the must try barbecue recipes are the grilled pork chops, and you can prepare as easy as your barbecue skill will permit. Mix one tablespoon each of seasoned salt, garlic powder, onion powder, and ground paprika, then one teaspoon of ground black pepper, two teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce, and one teaspoon of liquid smoke flavoring in a bowl. Rinse the pork chops and afterwards sprinkle and massage the spice mixture into the meat then let it be for at least ten minutes. When grilling, it is best to use indirect heat for a slow but thorough cooking. To achieve the juiciness of the pork chop, enclose the pork chops in an aluminum foil when grilling to keep the food moist inside and to have it cooked evenly. Grill each side for about 12 minutes each side.
Grilled Salmon With Butter and Dill Pickle
Salmon is excellent for grilling because it barely needs tasting in order to determining if it is already cooked. For the spice mixture, you will need to blend four tablespoons of softened unsalted butter, one fourth cup of finely dices dill pickles, one teaspoon of minced tarragon, and one half teaspoon of Dijon mustard, then season it with ample amount of salt and ground pepper. For the salmon preparation, rub it first with oil then season with salt and pepper as well. Grill your seasoned salmon with moderately high heat. When grilling, the let the skin side down on the grill first for about three minutes until the skin is already crispy and slightly burnt, the turn the salmon to the other side and grill for another four minutes. When cooked, top your grilled salmon with the previously prepared mixture.
Classic Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Sauce
The conventional tastes for barbecue always include sweetness and heat. The classic sweet and spicy barbecue sauce contains ingredients that complement to achieve this goal. Combine one and a half cups of brown sugar and ketchup, half a cup of red wine vinegar and water, and one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce in a blender. Then, season the mixture with two and a half tablespoon of dry mustard, two teaspoons of paprika and salt, and two dashes of hot pepper sauce. If you prefer it to be less sweet, you can cut off on the amount of sugar. To tune it more into a steak sauce, you can add more Worcestershire sauce.
Pineapple Chicken Kabobs
For a simple but uncompromised flavor, you can do an ultra-easy to prepare pineapple chicken kabobs, which you can serve in 30 minutes. You will only need skinless boneless chicken breasts cut into cubes, pineapple chunks, green bell pepper, onion, preferred barbecue sauce, and the skewers. For the cooking, preheat your outdoor grill first into medium-high heat. Do not forget to oil the grate lightly. While the grill is preheating, thread the chicken, pineapple, green bell pepper and onion onto your sticks and then brush them with your barbecue sauce. Cook your kabobs on the grill 7 to 10 minutes each side. Your barbecue is ready to be served when the middle of the chicken is no longer pink and the juices are clear.