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30 Genius Recipes That Will Let You Make Dinner on the Grill Every Day This Month

30 Genius Recipes That Will Let You Make Dinner on the Grill Every Day This Month

Abandon your oven and cook every evening meal on the grill for the rest of summer

In the summertime, when the temperatures start to rise, the last think anyone wants to do is turn on the oven or stove and transform the kitchen into a hot, sweltering inferno all for the sake of dinner. If you are fortunate enough to have outdoor grilling space, then by all means make good use of it and cook your meals alfresco as often as you possibly can.

We have gathered 30 great grilling recipes to help make thinking about and organizing a whole month’s worth of dinners a breeze in every sense of the word!

30 Genius Recipes That Will Let You Make Dinner on the Grill Every Day This Month

In the summertime, when the temperatures start to rise, the last think anyone wants to do is turn on the oven or stove and transform the kitchen into a hot, sweltering inferno all for the sake of dinner. If you are fortunate enough to have outdoor grilling space, then by all means make good use of it and cook your meals alfresco as often as you possibly can.

We have gathered 30 great grilling recipes to help make thinking about and organizing a whole month’s worth of dinners a breeze in every sense of the word!

Charcoal-Grilled Swordfish Steaks

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Chargrilled Whole Squid With Chile and Mint

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Grilled Beer and Buttermilk Chicken With Sriracha Glaze

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Grilled Burmese Steak Lettuce Wraps

Grilled Chicken, Avocado, Rice, and Cheddar Burrito

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Grilled Chicken Fajitas

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Grilled Corn and Poblano Tacos

Grilled Cumin-Lime Zucchini Quesadillas

Grilled Eggplant and Quinoa Salad

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Grilled Eggplant, Halloumi, and Pesto Burgers

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Grilled Eggplant, Tomato, and Mozzarella Salad

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Grilled Fish Tacos With Lime Cabbage Slaw

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Grilled Fish With Watermelon Salsa

Grilled Mussels With Garlic Butter and Lemon

Grilled Peach, Feta Cheese, Arugula, and Dandelion Green Salad

Grilled Red Snapper Zarandeado

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Grilled Romaine Hearts With Caesar Vinaigrette

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Grilled Salmon and Avocado Salad

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Grilled Steak With Tzatziki Salad

Grilled Thai Curry Chicken Skewers With Coconut Peanut Sauce

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Grilled Tuna Burgers With Wasabi Slaw

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Grilled Veggie Kabobs With Green Goddess Dressing

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Reuben Dog

Spicy Greek Yogurt and Lime-Marinated Chicken

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Spring Herb Lamb Burgers With Whipped Feta and Grilled Tomato

Super Simple Whole Grilled Branzino

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Swordfish-Bacon Kebabs With Cilantro Gremolata

Thai Grilled Steak Salad

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Vegan Portobello and Peach Burger

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One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


One Month of Make-Ahead Meals

These simple guidelines map out the best way to cook up your five building-block recipes on Saturday or Sunday -- so you can get out of the kitchen faster than ever during the weeks ahead. -- Get plenty of resealable sandwich-size and freezer storage bags when you buy your ingredients. -- Get family and friends into the kitchen to help. Grown-ups and big kids can chop and little kids can help organize ingredients. Have everyone clean as they go! -- Make the building-block recipes in the following order.

NOW WE&aposRE COOKIN&apos!

PORK: Preheat the oven and get the meat going. TOMATO SAUCE: While the pork is in the oven, start the sauce so it can simmer at the same time. VEGGIES: Next up, vegetable prep. Arrange the cut veggies on the baking sheets and, as soon as the pork is out of the oven, increase the oven temperature and pop them in. CHICKEN: Have all the ingredients ready. If you need the baking sheets the vegetables are on, scrape the veggies onto a platter or cutting board to cool. Simply line the sheets with parchment and get roasting. RICE: While the bird cooks, make the pilaf.

After you make your building-block recipes, you&aposre all set to put together these superfast weeknight meals. You can cook any or all of them, in any order that pleases you, but if you follow the sequence below you&aposll get the most variety possible.


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