TIP OF THE DAY: Add More Flavor To Everything You Grill | The Nibble Webzine Of Food Adventures - The Nibble Webzine Of Food AdventuresTIP OF THE DAY: Add More Flavor To Everything You Grill | The Nibble Webzine Of Food Adventures
Grill your bacon and eggs, with spinach and Gruyère cheese. Here’s the recipe. Photo courtesy McCormick.
Grilling Salts: Shake up classic salt and pepper by adding other flavors to the shaker. McCormick makes it easy with pre-filled sea ssalt grinders. See more about them below, and use them to add texture and flavor.
Reverse Sear: There’ll be no more dry chicken coming off your grates with this technique. Check out this recipe for Sweet Soy Bourbon Chicken infused with bourbon, brown sugar and soy sauce.
Chipotle Sea Salt, one of four trending flavored sea salts available in grinders. Photo courtesy McCormick.
Smokin’ Veggie Starters: Most people love grilled veggies, but don’t wait for the main course and sides to serve them. For starters, try this Grilled Vegetable Antipasto Bruschetta, a fusion of Italian bruschetta on top of Middle Eastern hummus.
One of the easiest ways to add flavor, during and after cooking, is with seasoned salts.
McCormick’s easy-to-use sea salt grinders are favorites of ours. Flavors include:
Chipotle Sea Salt Blend
Lemon Zest Sea Salt Blend
Smoked Sea Salt
Sweet Onion Sea Salt Blend
As gifts for grilling hosts, we like to package all four inside a related gift like this Weber grilling basket that keeps mushrooms, chiles and other small vegetables from falling onto the coals