Caribbean pork with tropical salsa

Your ultimate summer grilling menu

Grab your tongs and get ready to up your grill game.

Good barbecue is the official food of summer. But it doesn’t have to be all burgers and hot dogs. These healthy grill recipes courtesy of our recipe partner CanolaInfo.org will get you thinking outside the bun.

 

Chunky grilled vegetable guacamole 

Forget the stuff in a tub – this dip will shine at your next backyard party.  Get the recipe. 

Chunky grilled vegetable guacamole

Grilled salmon with Dijon raspberry vinaigrette

Packed with protein, this recipe delivers just the right amount of tangy and sweet. Get the recipe. 

Grilled salmon with Dijon raspberry vinaigrette

 

Wilted rainbow chard with seared eggplant and parsley vinaigrette

Serve as a side or toss in some grilled tofu or chicken for a satisfying main dish. Get the recipe.

Wilted rainbow chard with seared eggplant and parsley vinaigrette

 

Tangy grilled asparagus

Grilling veggies seals in flavour and keeps them crunchy. Get the recipe. 

Tangy grilled asparagus

Skewered lime spiced chicken 

Add some zest to your chicken dinner with a few spices and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
Get the recipe. 

 Skewered lime spiced chicken

Lemon herb grilled steak

Steak is the ultimate grill food. Take yours up a notch with a marinade that soaks in flavour.
Get the recipe. 

Lemon herb grilled steak

Caribbean grilled pork with tropical salsa

A light and refreshing way to top off your morning breakfast. Get the recipe. 

Caribbean Grilled Pork with Tropical Salsa 1

The Heart and Stroke Foundation thanks CanolaInfo for its generous support of our recipes online. Acceptance of this support does not constitute an endorsement by the Foundation of CanolaInfo or its individual products.

Funding for this project has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through Growing Forward 2, a federal – provincial – territorial agreement.

3 Responses

  1. lorraine

    I appreciate very much the heart healthy recipes. Perhaps a future item might deal with recipes for one or even two that are ‘heart healthy’.

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