Fire up the coals for grilled appetizers. From grilled shrimp to tender chicken and marinated vegetables, guests will be clamoring for more of these sizzling grilled appetizer recipes.See Popular Grilled Appetizers Recipes
Party time? Start with tasty apps from the grill. They're easy to prep and ready in minutes.
Prepare this simple appetizer in just 15 minutes, then grill a few minutes more. Serve with a variety of fresh fruits.
For an easy meal, serve these Greek-inspired shrimp skewers over couscous tossed with bell peppers, tomatoes, and chopped parsley.
Saffron and lamb, mainstays of Spanish cooking, go well together. Sprinkle with fresh parsley before serving this main dish.
30 MINUTES OR LESS. This makes a hearty hors d'oeuvre or a rustic first course.
The tropical flavors of mango and ginger paired with the Latin heat of jalapenos and tequila turn shrimp into a sweet and glossy appetizer or main dish.
Fresh bread and wine transform these grilled shrimp appetizer kabobs into a light meal for four.
A staple at Todd English's Olives restaurants is his much-lauded house-made flatbread, topped with sticky-sweet fig jam, pungent Gorgonzola cheese and salty prosciutto. Use store-bought pizza dough instead of homemade.
Spicy shrimp, tempered by a flame-taming cilantro dip, makes a great grilled dish for summer parties.
Bright cherry tomatoes and nutrient-rich asparagus are beautifully dressed in a tangy Dijon and champagne vinaigrette, then tossed with crumbled feta cheese in this brilliant fresh salad. When buying asparagus, look for firm, bright green stalks with tight tips. If stems are tough, simply remove the outer layer with a vegetable peeler.
You can't just eat one! Great for game time or a great party appetizer.
French bread slices are topped with garlic butter and a fresh tomato-basil topper for this grilled appetizer.
For a fast but sophisticated appetizer, spread orange marmalade on Brie and grill. Garnish with nuts, then serve with bread, fruit, or crackers.
Cooking these rustic rounds on the stovetop is fast work, fun to do and gives them a toasty exterior and moist center.
Inspired by Turkey's stuffed grape leaves, Mehmet Gurs ingeniously wraps goat cheese in the briny leaves then quickly grills the little packages so the cheese melts.