8 Easy Gas Grill Recipes

Are you looking for something easy and yummy to cook on your new gas grill? There are many delicious meals that can be prepared on a gas grills, including meats, chicken, fish, and seafood. Alternatively, vegetarians can also enjoy grilled veggies and fruits.

A gas barbecue is one of the best ways to enjoy delicious foods that you won’t experience through any other cooking method. Here are the eight best gas grill recipes:

Gas Grill Recipe #1: Grilled corn on the cob

Corn on the cob is always delicious, and if you are looking for an easy recipe, this one is a must. You have to be patient, though, because you should first let your ears of corn soak in a pot of cold water with some salt and sugar for around an hour.

Soaking in brine will give your corn on the cob a wonderful salty taste.

When it’s time to cook the corn, remove it from the brine, and cook on a lightly oiled grate, about 3 minutes on each side.

Gas Grill Recipe #2: Convenient foil packets

Foil packets are a convenient way to cook an entire meal simultaneously. For each guest, prepare a sheet of aluminum foil and fold it into a packet.

Fill each pocket with the ingredients of your choice, seal the edges of the foil, then cook on your gas grill for about 30 minutes.

But which ingredients should you add to the packet? Think about sliced sausages, meatballs, potatoes, vegetables, beans, and cheese. Don’t forget about seasoning!

Gas Grill Recipe #3: Grilled salmon

When it comes to easy gas grill recipes, grilled salmon is a light and flavourful option. Start by cutting your salmon fillets into pieces, and place them in the marinade for at least an hour.

You can use your favourite marinade or prepare a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, and onion powder.

Remove the salmon from the marinade, and pat it dry. Preheat your grill, oil the grate, and grill the salmon pieces, skin-side down, for 5 minutes. Flip them over, and cook until you can easily flake them with a fork.

Gas Grill Recipe #4: Ranch bacon and chicken kabobs

If you love cooking chicken on your grill, try these ranch bacon and chicken kabobs. Start by cutting boneless chicken breasts into 2-inch pieces. Prepare a marinade with ranch seasoning, olive oil, and some pepper, and let the chicken marinate for at least 3 hours.

Cook bacon in your microwave, then cut each slice into 2-inch squares. Thread chicken and bacon pieces on skewers, and cook them on your grill for about 8 minutes on each side.

If you are using wood skewers, let them soak in water for at least 20 minutes before placing them on your grill. This will prevent them from burning. Remember to do this every time you are grilling food on wooden skewers.

Gas Grill Recipe #5: BBQ pork tenderloin

Does a juicy pork tenderloin for dinner sound good? You first have to place your pork tenderloin in a marinade made from BBQ sauce, brown sugar, garlic powder, and black pepper. Let it soak the flavours for at least 4 hours.

You can then grill the tenderloin for about 30 minutes. Turn it around every 10 minutes, and baste it with more BBQ sauce.

When it is cooked to perfection, let it rest for 10 minutes before slicing and serving. This will ensure that the meat is juicy and tender.

Gas Grill Recipe #6: Sweet and spicy grilled shrimp on skewers

If you are in the mood for something sweet and spicy, try this simple way of preparing grilled shrimp.

Mix half a cup of chilli-garlic sauce with half a cup of honey, and place peeled and deveined shrimp in this marinade for half an hour.

Thread them on skewers, making sure to pierce them through the head and the tail so they will not turn around on their own. Grill them for about 10 minutes, turning frequently.

Gas Grill Recipe #7: Fried egg and bacon burgers

Instead of lunch or dinner, you could prepare a delicious breakfast on your gas grill. How about a fried egg burger, topped with bacon and plenty of melted cheese?

To cook your eggs and your bacon, you will need to place a skillet on your grill. Spread some butter or margarine on the insides of your burger buns, and toast them on your grill.

When everything is ready, assemble your egg burgers with your favourite toppings.

Gas Grill Recipe #8: Grilled fruit kabobs

What about dessert? You can easily cook fruit kabobs on your gas grill for a sweet and colourful treat.

Start by melting ½ cup of margarine and ¼ cup of honey together in a small saucepan. Cut fruits such as bananas, peaches, and strawberries, and thread them on skewers. To cook them, place the skewers on a sheet of aluminum foil on the grate of your grill, and set on medium heat.

Spoon some of the honey mixtures over the fruits, and let them cook for 5 minutes on each side. You can then enjoy them, using the rest of the sauce as a dip. You can also spread the remaining sauce on some vanilla ice cream, which is wonderful to eat with grilled fruits.

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