Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen

Top 10 Grilling Recipes


May is National BBQ Month and with so many upcoming holidays and outdoor gatherings in the coming months, I wanted to share the Top 10 Most Viewed Grilling Recipes here at Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen.Top 10 Grilling Recipes-Carrie's Experimental Kitchen.jpgIf you don’t see something you like on this list, I’ve added a Grilling category.  On the homepage of Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen, click on Recipe Index, then Specialty, then Grilling.

Grilling index

Also, many of the older recipe posts were not in ZipList format; therefore, the option to print out the recipe ceased to exist once I switched to WordPress. Thank you to a new reader on Facebook for pointing this glitch out to me. I was able to rectify the problem quickly and have now  added a PDF/Printer button to every post.

I hope you enjoy this Top 10 Roundup of the Most Popular Grilling Recipes!

#10. Mediterranean Stuffed Flank Steak

Med Stuffed Flank Steak

#9. Grilled Ribs with Honey Maple BBQ Sauce

Ribs with Honey Maple BBQ Sauce 

#8. Corona Grilled Pork Chops

Corona Grilled Pork Chops 

#7. Ginger-Soy Marinated Strip Steaks

Ginger Soy Marinated Strip Steak

#6. Lemon-Ginger Grilled Pork ChopsLemon Ginger Grilled Pork Chops 

#5. Wine & Balsamic Marinated Filet Mignon

Wine and balsamic Filet mignon 

#4. Honey Lemon Grilled Chicken

Honey Lemon Grilled Chicken Breast

#3. Grilled Chicken with Summer Fruit Salsa

grilled chicken with summer fruit salsa


#2. Grilled Flank Steak Stuffed with  Brie & Zucchini

Flank Steak Stuffed with Brie and Zucchini

And the #1 grilling recipe was…

 Madeira Marinated London Broil

madeira marinated london broil 2-cek

 Did your favorite make the list? Tell me which recipes you’ve tried! 


  1. Coop
    May 14, 2014 at 4:10 pm - Reply

    Hey Carrie, I don’t have your email but when I saw this latest post I wanted to share.

    So we’ve been doing a lot of grilling lately and I’ve doing a bit of experimenting with grilled vegetables.

    Because it’s vegetables, I try to keep it simple as not to over power the meat that I spent all the time preparing and grilling. Anyway, here’s my most recent experiment that I’ve adapted from what many people do in the oven:

    Brussels Sprouts.

    One container of Sprouts
    1 Tbs Olive Oil
    1 tsp Lemon Pepper Seasoning

    Wash/ Clean & remove bottom portion as you would normally prepare.
    Cut them in half and place in a bowl or resealable container/zip lock bag.
    Add Olive Oil and lemon Pepper.
    Toss, shake, fold… whatever it takes to coat the sprouts evenly and set aside

    Heat grill to High Heat and place a grilling basket / wok over the heat for a minute or 2 to heat it up.
    I give the basket quick spray with PAM, but I don’t think its needed.

    Place the sprouts in the basket, spread them out evenly and close the lid. Wait about 3-5 minutes, stir or shake the basket. Close the lid and repeat stirring every 3-5 minutes until the sprouts get your desired doness/charring. The reason I cut them in half to speed up the grilling time so depending on how many you make, it only takes about 10-15 minutes,

    serve immediately.

    Its something that you can make after you’ve cooked the main dish (while your grilled meat is resting)
    and the grill is still hot . It’s an easily modified recipe for seasonings/ preferred taste (I use McCormick Lemon Pepper grinder) and can be adjusted as needed for multiple servings.

    Take Care and I hope to see you guys soon!

      May 19, 2014 at 8:30 am - Reply

      Thanks for sharing Coop! I’m not a fan of the sprouts, but they do sound great with the lemon pepper seasoning. I’ll have to give these a try next time I’m cooking for a crowd. Hope all is well! 🙂

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