As important as the main courses at a BBQ, the sides may even top that. From corn on the cob, to grilled broccoli to asparagus we’ll take you through them all.
You definitely cannot attend a BBQ without serving up or eating up some corn on the cob! It is the perfect complement to any main dish at a BBQ. Keep in mind that they only stay warm for about 15 minutes after being cooked!
When the weather is warm, it’s always fun to have a meal outside on the backyard deck. One dish that’s easy to make and always gets rave reviews is grilled chicken on a Stick. It’s quick, tasty, and pairs well with salads, rice, or potatoes!
These delicious steak kebabs feature a delicious marinade that keeps the meat tender while giving you a burst of honey garlic flavor. If you’re feeding a crowd, then double or triple the recipe and feast away!
Is there anything more classic than potato salad at BBQ? Grilled potato salad is an easy, simple and delicious salad you’ve ever tasted. And yes, using the right potatoes are key!
These French fries turn out golden and crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. You truly couldn’t ask for a better finger food to enjoy at your BBQ. Serve up with your favorite sauce and you are good to go.
Palate-pleasing, need I say more? How about easy on the eyes? This dish is the perfect combination of color and taste that will have you serving up at all of your BBQ’s. It is the definition of fresh, grilled corn salad that combines ingredients such as corn, cherry tomatoes, avocado, red bell peppers, arugula, green onions and cilantro!
Quick, easy, fresh and delicious – the four best words you want to hear when referring to cooking. Grilled broccoli is high in protein, high in Vitamin C and low in carbs. It certainly adds some life to any BBQ dish!
This healthy side dish consists of just a few simple ingredients. The result: Crispy tips and tender stalks! This recipe is also vegan, low-carb and keto!! You can add parmesan cheese for added delight.
Quick, what three words first come to mind when thinking of mashed potatoes? How about creamy, fluffy and smooth? Sign me up!
Best Sides on the Grill Collection
- 6 ears corn on the cob
- 2 tbsp butter unsalted or salted
- salt to taste
- Remove silk and fold husks back. Then soak the corn in water for 15 minutes.
- Heat grill to medium-high heat. Then remove corn from the water. Pat dry with paper towles.
- Place cobs on the grill and cook about 15 minutes or until cooked through, turning occasionally.
- Once the corn is cooked to your liking, remove them from the grill,
- Peel off husks and serve with butter and salt.