Alternative BBQ Recipes for the Summer

Having a BBQ doesn’t have to be boring, and neither does it have to be unhealthy. These quick and easy BBQ recipes offer a great alternative to the usual chops and sausages that so many people serve up.

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Corn on the Cob

Quick and delicious, you can make corn on the cob in 15 minutes on the barbeque. There are plenty of options here, but the easiest way to do so is to slather the corn in butter and a little bit of salt and pepper, and then wrap in tinfoil. You can then pop the corn straight on the grill and turn every few minutes for an even result.

Delicious Fish

There are plenty of food recipes that include fish but there’s something even more delicious about fish that’s been barbequed. You can opt to grill fish over the barbeque and season with a little bit of lime and coriander as you go, or you can wrap fish in foil, stuff it with onions and spices, or even add a chilli or two, and roast in the coals.

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Veggie Kebabs

For those who love their veggies and the great taste of grilled food, vegetable kebabs are an amazing option. You can use just about any veg on these kebabs and can add peppers for a bit of zing. When you are stacked and ready, simply drizzle a bit of olive oil over your kebabs and turn them on the grill until they are done to perfection.

Marvellous Mushrooms

Mushrooms also taste amazing when barbequed and you can use a number of different food recipes such as those at to get the desired result. A simple yet tasty option is to drop a few dollops of butter into a mushroom, add a sprinkle of garlic and the grill for around 15 minutes. The bigger the mushroom, the longer the cooking time, and some mushrooms can be as meaty as a steak!


Barbeque toasties are a delicious and quick way to feed anyone who is hungry, and are great for kids too. You can make traditional sandwiches with cheese and tomatoes and a dash of onion, with a sprinkle of oregano, wrap them in foil and let them sit on the grill. Alternatively, you can grill them open on warm coals and crisp up the bread beautifully.

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