So you’ve made it through Monday. After a long day of work that’s full of partially useful meetings, about a million emails, and more than a few headaches, you just want to kick back and relax. But, as the saying goes, a person’s gotta eat.
Sure, you could head to the nearest fast food location and dig into something with about 3,000 calories that will leave you feeling like you got hit by a bus. Or you could turn to the team at Mighty Flame Propane Cylinder Exchange to get a few new grilling ideas that won’t take much time or effort, but that will leave you feeling much better about yourself.
Grilling Made Easy
Steak and a Grilled Potato
When Monday gets the best of you, why not treat yourself to something truly delicious? Our first suggestion is to pick up your favorite cut of steak and a potato. It doesn’t get much easier than that–or more delicious! We wrote a blog last summer about how to grill an awesome potato and it’s a recipe that we’ve turned to countless times since we first shared it. Grill the potato alongside your steak that’s seasoned with a bit of salt and pepper and you’re off to the races.
Pair it with a good steak and maybe a can of green beans that you toss in the microwave and you’ll be eating like a king or queen without having had to do much work. It doesn’t get any better than that.
Grilled Ranch Pork Chops
This recipe for grilled ranch pork chops comes from Gimme Some Grilling and as they point out, they require only “three ingredients and twenty minutes” which makes them “the perfect grilling recipe for busy nights.” We couldn’t agree more.
Our recommendation is to serve these pork chops with a side of corn on the cob. It’s a match that’s made in heaven, and both can easily be tossed onto the grill. They’ll be done around the same time and the sweetness of the corn contrasts perfectly with the savory taste of the ranch and the pork chops.
Knife and Fork Grilled Caesar Salad
The whole premise of this post was to make something easy that also would be relatively healthy. This recipe for Knife and Fork Grilled Caesar Salad from AllRecipes fits the bill perfectly. You might notice that the recipe has a prep time of 15 minutes with a cook time of 10 minutes, but we found that once the grill is preheated everything else comes together very quickly, ensuring that you don’t have to spend much time getting things ready.
One reviewer noted that this recipe “was fun, delicious, and a great plan on a caesar salad” and another mentions that “the bread had great flavor.” If you’re craving some protein, simply grill up a few chicken breasts as well and put them on the grill just before you add your salad. The end result is quick, easy, and pretty darned healthy. It’s a win/win!
Stay Tuned For More
At Mighty Flame Propane Cylinder Exchange we love sharing grilling tips, tricks, recipes, and ideas with our readers. Whether you’re looking for something easy, something healthy, or something delectable, we have you covered.
Of course you’ll need plenty of propane to grill up the things we love sharing with our readers, so head over to a propane tank exchange location near you to make sure you’re stocked up on the good stuff, and keep your eyes on this space because we’ll continue to share more. We hope that this post has given you some ideas for what you can make tonight. Until next time, friends and neighbors!