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    Lightly on the Grill

    I love summertime and the easy fare typical to barbeques and picnics. Everything taste better from the grill and one can take advantage of the abundance of local produce, fresh picked and in season. The dieting danger is that typical American side dishes and salads are loaded up with mayo and other high calorie, high fat ingredients. In contrast, these recipes are relatively lowfat and healthful giving all of us some better options. Best part is they all look yummy and you, the family and guests will be none the wiser.

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    7 Reviews |  By Ducky

    This is a recipe I found years ago in the LA times...It's really good with a heavy BBQ meal...refreshing and low fat... Adopted 8/2006.

    Recipe #112212

    10 Reviews |  By M&Mers

    This is the easiest side dish you will ever make! Everyone we have ever served this to cannot believe there are only 2 ingredients. Even non-zucchini lovers will come back for seconds. We use the exact same recipe for asparagus.

    Recipe #34484

    143 Reviews |  By Poker

    Indoor Or Outdoor BBQ Potatoes. Either way they come out yummy. For better clean-up in oven you can also do the foil!

    Recipe #32015

    I like to use a grill basket when I make this, so I don't have to worry about losing pieces of the salmon. You can also do this in the broiler.

    Recipe #31837

    Easy and simple. You can use whatever BBQ sauce you like, I like the sweet kind.

    Recipe #121621

    1 Reviews |  By silky

    Doing your sides on the bbq is a great way to save time and energy.

    Recipe #71717

    Vert simple and tasty! (You can also do this in the oven if you prefer, Just baste the chicken and bake until done, basting occasionally during baking). Cook time is for grilling!

    Recipe #58894

    This is the only way I prepare salmon. It is wonderful. The marinade can be frozen, too. Cooking time includes marinade step.

    Recipe #57302

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    These are delicious served with rice or couscous. Cook on the bbq or use your broiler. The curry powder amount can be increased if you wish. Prep time includes maximum marinating time.

    Recipe #29720


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