Two Favourite BBQ Recipes


If you’ve ever wished you could have a backyard barbecue without having to cook your meat on the grill, consider one of these delicious recipes. Unlike many American bbq recipes, these dishes are easy to make and taste fantastic. Here are some of our favourites. Just follow these simple steps to create delicious BBQ dishes. Then you’ll be enjoying your BBQ in no time! You’ll be amazed by the taste and quality of these delicious recipes!

Favourite BBQ Recipes

Grilled bananas and fruit are some delicious BBQ treats! You can stuff the bananas with peanut butter, chocolate buttons, or even fudge, and then wrap them in tinfoil and place them on the BBQ grill. Serve them with some barbecue sauce or ice cream to finish them off! You can also serve bananas stuffed with ice cream or marshmallows! These delicious treats are the perfect way to end your barbecue meal.

If you’re entertaining children, you can also make some BBQ recipes with a vegetarian twist. Kebabs are a great alternative to burgers, and you can use shop-bought meatballs or make your own. You can also thread different kinds of veg on skewers to make a variety of dishes. During the summer months, try kebabs made with fresh vegetables.

Pork ribs are another delicious option for bbq. This recipe calls for a marinating time of more than 24 hours. The longer the ribs marinate, the more juicy they will be! Chicken kabobs are another great option. They’re loaded with barbecue sauce and taste delicious. Honey mixed with barbecue sauce makes chicken taste delicious! Just don’t forget to include chicken in your BBQ recipes!

There are many different ways to make BBQ burgers, and this easy recipe is no exception. These burgers have a perfect combination of sweet and savory flavors. A BBQ rub is a must before hitting the grill! It contains paprika, garlic powder, brown sugar, cayenne pepper, and cinnamon. All of these flavors combine perfectly for the ultimate secret weapon in the kitchen. With a bit of practice, you’ll soon become an expert at this BBQ technique.

For vegetarians, there are several vegetarian options for burgers. Grilled vegetables are a tasty alternative to barbecued meat. Simply brush the vegetables with olive oil and season them with salt. If you want something a little lighter, try grilling salmon. This light meat makes a delicious meal and is delicious when served with a salad and new potatoes. One more option is to cook shrimp in the shell and remove them later. You can even purchase pre-shelled shrimp.

You can also grill s’mores pizza. It has a delicious charred flavor and is easy to make. To make it a bit more challenging, you can use seasonal fruits instead of cherries. And for a sweet finale, grill bananas for dessert! These are some of my favourite BBQ recipes. Make them for a family barbecue this summer! You will be glad you did! Enjoy! There’s nothing quite like a delicious meal!

Try These BBQ Recipes

There is no shortage of barbecue recipes. Almost everyone who barbecues food has a few favorite recipes. Here are a couple of fun barbecue recipes to try out. You never know when you’ll find a new family favorite!

Prep time: 6 to 7 hours
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Serves: 4

2 lbs. venison backstrap (tenderloin)
1 qt. apple cider
1 1/2 lbs. thick sliced bacon
2 12oz. bottles of barbecue sauce

Cut venison into 2 inch chunks and place in a shallow baking dish. Pour enough apple cider into the dish to cover the venison pieces fully. Place the dish in a refrigerator and allow to soak for two hours.

Remove venison from the cider and shake the pieces vigorously to free them of cider. Throw away the cider that is left in the dish. Wash the dish before putting the venison in it again.

Put the venison back in the dish and pour in the barbecue sauce generously — so that it covers the venison fully. The dish should then be covered and returned to the refrigerator for two to three hours.

Remove the venison from the fridge and let it stand for half an hour in normal room temperature. Next, wrap bacon slices around each chunk of venison. Secure the with toothpicks to make sure that it does not fall off during grilling.

The venison is now ready to be barbecued. Heat the grill and brush some olive oil on the grill grate. Lay the venison packed in bacon on the hot grill. You can expect the bacon to cause flame-ups, but don’t worry. Let it get slightly burnt. It adds to the smoked flavor. Turn the venison a few times to ensure smooth and even cooking, and serve hot.

Prep time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Serves: Four

4 extra-thick rib pork chops, 1″ to 1 1/4″ thick
3/4 cup dry breadcrumbs
Large pinch dried rosemary, crumbled fine
Large pinch dried marjoram, crumbled fine
1 Tbsp. melted butter
1/2 cup minced sweet onion
1 small clove garlic, minced
1/2 tsp. salt

Slice shallow pockets in the pork with a sharp knife.

Take a deep dish and toss the breadcrumbs, herbs, butter, onion, garlic, and salt. Mix well, then stuff the mixture into the pockets.

Grill the chops. They should be grilled at medium-high heat for 8 to 10 minutes per side. To ensure even cooking, the chops should be turned several times.

Serve once the chops are nicely browned.