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Easy Grilling Tips for Your Paleo Grill Season
As the weather is warming up and the sun shines later in the evening, you are probably ready for some extended outdoor time! What better way to enjoy this weather than with firing up the grill and sharing a meal around the picnic table.
Before you run out and throw some meat and vegetables on the old grill, you should take some time and follow these simple Grilling tips that are sure to make your food more delicious and clean up a lot easier.
- Clean Your Grill: Nobody wants to eat food off of a dirty grill so make sure you clean that grill before and after each use. Invest in nice grill brushes to make things easier on yourself.
- Marinate: As you think about your Grill meal, it is best to prepare in advance. Marinate your meat in juicy marinades. Let your Vegetables soak in oil and salt and pepper. This will help food not stick to the grill as you cook.
- Get The Grill Hot: Heat up your grill so that meat cooks thoroughly and evenly. Grill should be around 400- 500 degrees.
- Use Grill Trays or Tinfoil: We use a grill tray from Pampered chef to cook all of our vegetables. Tinfoil is great for cooking fish and when it comes to steaks or chicken, my husband likes to throw it straight on a well greased grill grate.
- Use a Meat Thermometer: This is the most important tip! Rather than cutting open every burger or chicken breast, use a meat thermometer to check the doneness of your meat.
Happy Grilling Season! Enjoy this tasty Marinade and grilling recipe as you Kick- Off this tasty Grilling season.