Monday, May 12, 2008

Grilled Steak/Chicken & Asparagus


I think grilling is a great way to produce a variety of dairy-free, egg-free, and nut-free meals. With just some basic seasonings and marinades, you can create easy and great tasting food that everyone in the family can enjoy. As the weather has started to warm up a bit, we've begun firing up our grill more often. Here are two allergy-friendly grill recipes that my family really enjoys.

RECIPE for Grilled Flank Steak With Rosemary by Bon Appetit

Recipe Notes:
  • The marinade in this recipe is very flavorful and can be used on other meats. As you can see from my picture, I like to apply it to chicken. When using chicken breasts, I like to pound the meat to about 1/2 inch thickness prior to marinating.
  • I have found, along with other reviewers, that the additional salt in the recipe is not necessary and can result in an overly salty end-product depending on the thickness of your meat.


RECIPE for Grilled Asparagus With Balsamic Vinegar by Cooking Light
  • This makes a great side. Just a very tasty way to cook up some asparagus.

1 comment:

Jennifer B said...

I just discovered your blog over the weekend. The picture looks very yummy, and what a good point about grilling being an easy way to eat allergen-free! Thanks!