We’ve written a lot about how there’s never a bad time during the year to try out the latest “summer grilling ideas” as long as you don’t mind being outside in the cold for a little while. The fact of the matter is that lately, you don’t have to deal with being cold for very long thanks to this winter’s unseasonably warm weather!

That’s why we’re happy to provide our readers with another series of summer grilling ideas that work all year round.

If you’re looking for great BBQ ideas, look no further. In today’s blog, we’ll bring you a few more of our favorites that work well no matter what time of the year it is!

More Summer Grilling Ideas to Try This Winter

Grilled Chicken Alfredo

You’re going to be splitting a bit of time indoors and a bit of time outdoors with this recipe, but it’s so easy and so delicious, you’ll be adding it to your menu each week!

To start, boil a pot of water, add salt, and cook a package of bowtie noodles according to the directions on the package. Set them aside.

For your chicken marinade, preheat your propane grill to medium-high heat. In a small bowl, combine ¼ cup canola oil, 2 big cloves of minced garlic, salt and pepper to taste, and a dash of crushed red pepper flakes (or more than a dash if you prefer a bit of heat).

Brush your chicken breasts with the mixture, then throw them on the grill. You’ll want to turn your chicken breasts at least once during cooking. The important thing, as with all chicken, is to make sure it’s cooked all the way through. Break out the thermometer and make sure the thickest part is cooked to at least 165 degrees.

Set aside to cool.

For the alfredo sauce, heat your stove top to medium-high heat. Mince another clove of garlic and add it to the skillet along with a few tablespoons of butter. From there, add about ⅔ cup of white wine of your choice. Let your wine reduce, then add ⅔ cup of half and half or milk. Stir constantly, allowing your sauce to thicken.

At this point, slice your chicken breasts into bite size pieces. Be sure to cut against the grain and at an angle for maximum effect.

Once everything looks good, toss noodles and chicken in your alfredo sauce. Plate your dish, top it with your favorite parmesan cheese, and serve piping hot. Enjoy!

Be Sure to Know Where the Nearest Propane Cylinder Exchange is Located!

It really is as simple as that! Our series of summer grilling ideas that works all year round is designed to get you from preparation to cooking to eating as quickly as possible and with a minimum amount of fuss out at the grill.

The key to all of this, however, is being sure that you know where the closest propane tank exchange location is. Mighty Flame makes it easy. Click here to find a propane cylinder exchange location near you and stay tuned for more great recipes for the gas grill!