Autumn isn’t over yet, which means there’s still time to throw an amazing cookout before the dreaded snow gets here. Now is the time to show off that new propane grill to the neighbors. Just make sure you’ve got enough to last you the whole day. If you don’t, you should look into our propane fuel delivery services to get yourself stocked up.
Once that’s all settled, it’s time to figure out what to cook. Anybody can cook standard burgers and hot dogs, so if you want to try out something new, keep reading our list of delicious foods to cook over a propane grill.
Bread and Cheese
Appetizers aren’t all that common at a cookout, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have them. Offering your friends and family some bread and cheese cooked to perfection on your grill is the best way to go about this. Not just any old bread and cheese will do, though.
Most cheese would simply melt, so you’ll need to get some Halloumi since it’s semi-hard and brined. For bread, your best bet will be to use a baguette. They are perfect for grilling.
Fruits and Vegetables
The number of fruits and vegetables you can throw on the grill is outstanding. We’re sure you’ve seen people grill a few slices of pineapple or maybe some sweet potato wedges and stuffed peppers. However, we’d be surprised if you have had grilled watermelon, peaches, avocado, or even lettuce before. Of course, there are still more options than that, but whichever ones you decide to try grilling up, we’re sure they’ll go great with the rest of your meal.
A perfect example of a meal you could add these fruits and vegetables to would be a pizza. While a common dish, we don’t really see people cooking them on the grill too often, and we think that should change. Different types of pizza, like brick-oven pizzas, have gotten more popular lately, so why not try a grilled one? According to the Internet, there’s no such thing as a bad pizza, after all, so you might as well test it out to see if it holds true.
For the last delicious food to cook over a propane grill, we bring you the quesadilla. Just like the pizza, this is another popular dish that we just don’t see cooked on a grill too often. The big difference for this one, especially if you like to make them as full as possible, is that you might want to start cooking these the traditional way to ensure that all the ingredients get thoroughly cooked.
Once they are, you can finish it up on the grill to get the tortilla extra crispy and completely melt the cheese throughout. You can even use that grilled avocado from earlier to make some homemade guacamole to dip them in. There’s no way that combo wouldn’t be fantastic.