Summer is a time of hanging out in backyards with friends and family, and the food made at grill outs really holds a special place in many people’s hearts. The backyard can become a fairgrounds of flavor of friends during the summer, and cooking up delicious foods are a part of this tradition’s appeal. Here are five delicious recipes for BBQ grill outs to try at your next get-together.
Beer-Braised Hot Dogs with Sauerkraut
These hot dogs are the perfect addition to any home grill out. To prepare this mouth-watering BBQ recipe you need to slowly heat up the dogs in a skillet until the beer syrup slightly coats. Try adding in some real Wisconsin maple syrup for an added dose of sweetness!
Muffins with Malt
Muffins are a BBQ staple and tradition, as they perfectly complement zesty meat’s flavor. These malty muffins are an expansion on the classic recipe, and they add more of a rich kick to the mix. All you need to make these treats is to whip up a batter of your favorite muffin recipe, and then add in a few tablespoons of CTL Foods’s Soda Fountain Malted Milk Powder.
Grilled Hawaiian Pizza
This delicious pizza takes only 20 minutes to prepare, and then an additional 20 minutes to cook. Prepping it is simple; all you need to do is add some classic Hawaiian pizza ingredients to the top of some pizza dough, and then add it to the grill. This concoction serves four people, so you may want to make more than one!
Chile-Lime Corn Wheels
This is a BBQ side dish that is sure to tide over guests while you cook up the main courses! Making this grill out recipe is easy and only takes 20 minutes, thus making it the perfect addition to any BBQ buffet. This concoction is made up of sweet corn, lime wedges, garlic, and dried red chilies. It’s probably in your best interest to have a drink handy while eating these spicy morsels.
Malty Cheese Ball Recipe
This final recipe is another great side dish idea, and it’s perfect for waiting guests or those that can’t stomach any more of the main course! These cheese balls are very easy to whip up, as all they require are a few minutes’ prep time and some refrigeration. They are made up of rolled-up cream cheese, soda fountain malted milk powder, and chopped nuts.