When it comes to grilling, nothing beats the best tasting BBQ recipes you can find. The problem is that there are so many versions floating around out there, it can be hard to tell which one is actually good and which one is just a hassle to make. We’ve compiled a list of some of the more popular choices and their spicy counterparts.
First off, let’s start with corn on the cob. Corn on the cob is a baked, steamed cored tail of corn prepared using a mixture of butter and vinegar along with spices like garlic, chilli, cumin, and black pepper. You can season this with a little bit of olive oil if you’d prefer a milder version. Serve with lemon juice or white wine (we like to drink white wine for its flavor) and enjoy a sweet and spicy combination. Keep your guests in suspense with secret recipes like Hot Apple cider vinegar.
Also check this Spicy BBQ Sauce recipe, we’re sure you’ll also love.
Spicy mustard is a must for any BBQ recipe. The thicker, dry version packs a powerful punch, but if you’re more of a mild man (or woman!) then you can opt for the version with just a bit of mustard oil sprinkled onto the meat. Either way, you’re guaranteed to be a hit at any party.
Cherry tomato chilli is very similar to the BBQ cherry tomato chilli we talked about earlier. They’re both made with thin strips of tomatoes cut into strips and mixed with hot sauce and served with bread. The cherry tomato is thicker and goes well with creamy pasta or a nice piece of whole grain bread like us. To add even more heat, you can drizzle a little of red or green pepper on top, if you’re feeling particularly brave. It’s another great way to up the heat factor without having to resort to high heat sauces.
If you love chilli, you’re in for a real treat! This dish is usually topped with a curry sauce and served with fresh vegetables. If you’re not quite up to making your own curry, try a store bought version with coconut milk and lime juice instead.
For lunch or dinner, you can have potato salad. There are dozens of different versions available so it’s unlikely that you’ll run out of options. Just remember that if you want to go all out, you can always substitute sour cream for a yogurt base. That way, you’ll be getting a creamy base that you can top with anything you’d like. As an alternative to the sour cream, you can also serve fruit like blueberries, grapes and nuts for a satisfying meal as well.