50 New Grilling Recipes for Your Favorite Foods

08/26/2016 11:09 am ET Updated Aug 27, 2017

Diversify your outdoor cooking repertoire with these fresh and healthy preparations of meat, fish, vegetables, and more vibrant ingredients.

Chances are that after three months of outdoor entertaining, you've exhausted all of your favorite grilling recipes. While summer may technically be drawing to a close, we still have months of beautiful weather ahead of us, so don't pack up those grills just yet! We've compiled a list of 50 healthy and delicious grilling recipes from our favorite blogs and foodie sites to liven things up and keep those sweet summer vibes alive well into the fall.

CHICKEN

Sweet Chili Peach Glazed BBQ Chicken with Grilled Peaches, Scallions and Onions
Chicken, peaches, scallions and onions are all grilled and served with BBQ sauce for a fantastic easy summer night meal.
Recipe by: The Judy Lab

Mediterranean Chicken and Summer Squash Noodles with Fried Halloumi
Looking for some new ways to use that spiralizer that you just had to have? Look no further. Grilled Mediterranean chicken skewers are served alongside summer squash noodles and fried halloumi in this wholesome, filling, flavor-packed meal.
Recipe by: Half Baked Harvest

Yogurt Marinated Chicken with Tzatziki
This yogurt marinade tenderizes the chicken, making it ultra tender and juicy. Make a double batch of the tzatziki--you're going to need it.
Recipe by: Amanda Frederickson

Filipino Chicken Barbecue
This traditional Filipino chicken skewer recipe will instantly transport you to the streets of Southeast Asia. It's sweet, savory, and absolutely addicting.
Recipe by: Pinch of Yum

Grilled Miso Glazed Chicken Sandwich
Miso is one of those ingredients that you never knew you needed until you finally make the plunge and buy a tub. Use it in soups, toss it with veggies, or use it to marinade chicken like in this recipe.
Recipe by: Mr Hungry Sam

Spicy Za'atar Grilled Chicken
Za'atar and a few other spices are rubbed on chicken pieces that are then grilled to golden, lightly charred perfection.
Recipe by: Cooking and Beer

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