03 Jul Summer Grilling Recipes With Bone Broth
Barbecue has established a long American culinary tradition. This way of cooking goes all the way back to the nation’s founding.
The smoking method used to cook the meat was offered to Europeans arriving in North America and they also started to use it for cooking their meats and sauces.
There’s almost not a person in the world that doesn’t enjoy an occasional barbecue. It’s truly a USA born cuisine with which you can prepare endless recipes
The history of the American Barbecue, just as the history of the nation itself, is defined by the mixing of various foods from all over the world. And believe me, after you’ve tried some of these recipes including bone broth, a barbecue will become a way to enrich your daily cooking and make it healthier.
Your friends and family probably won’t mind your new hobby, especially in the summer because all of these recipes can be done in your yard together with your loved ones.
Ultimate Beef Burger
1 lb Ground Sirloin
½ lb Ground Chuck
Your choice of Cheese and Condiments
1 Sachet Bone Broth By Design
Pinch of Salt and Black Pepper
Mix both kinds of beef with the Bone Broth By Design sachet, and add some salt and pepper.
Form 4 large patties and place them in the fridge for 30 minutes.
Let the patties come to room temperature for 5 minutes, brush them with some oil, and grill them for about 5 minutes on each side.
Top them as you wish!
Ultimate Summer Corn for your Summer Barbecue
8 Ears of Corn, covered in the husk
1 Sachet Green Broth By Design
Salt and Sugar
Fill a large pot that can hold the corn with water, add the salt, sugar, and Green Broth By Design, making sure the corn is submerged in the water.
Soak for a few hours, then grill on a hot grill for about 30 to 40 minutes or until the outside is well charred.
Bone Broth Steak
1.5 pounds of steak
1 teaspoon sugar
1 cup of Bone Broth by Design
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 garlic clove, crushed
Mix all ingredients together, place in a ziplock bag, and marinate the steak for 4 hours or overnight.
After a few hours, or the next day, grill the steak to the desired doneness. This recipe is good with any cut of steak you like.
Chilled Grilled Tomato Soup
4 pounds ripe tomatoes
Salt and freshly cracked black pepper to taste
1 large onion
¼ cup white vinegar
2 cups Bone Broth by Design ready
Freshly squeezed lemon juice
4 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
Cut the tomatoes and throw them on a grill with a low fire. The tomatoes are done when there is some color. Depending on your flame, this could be 5 to 10 minutes. The grill should be turned on lower fire because the longer the tomatoes stay on the grill, the smokier and yummier the flavor.
Once the tomatoes are done, grill the onions until they are browned. Then, chop the grilled onions and tomatoes and place them in a pot with the white vinegar, and 1 cup of the bone broth. Simmer this for about an hour.
Use the second cup of bone broth to adjust the texture and the thickness of your soup.
Then chill the mixture completely, and finish the cooking by adding the lemon juice, and basil.
Season with salt and pepper to taste, and serve chilled for a bowl of exquisite tomato soup in the summer.
Grilled Lime Chicken
3 pounds Chicken breasts; boneless, skinless
1 cup lime juice
1 tablespoon honey
1 cup Green Broth by Design
Salt, pepper and vegetable oil
Combine all ingredients except the chicken in a blender and blend until combined well.
Pour everything over the chicken, cover it, and let it marinate in the fridge overnight. In the morning, grill it until done. You can garnish it with some lime slices for a refreshing summer vibe.
Part of the fun of grilling is spending time with the people that mean the most to you while using different and fresh cooking ideas from over the world.
With bone broth recipes for the grill, you can prepare the best summer barbecue party for your family and friends.