Agnes Ward, of Stratford, Ontario says, “These are no ordinary beef kabobs! They’re herb-infused and need to marinate at least two hours or overnight for the best flavor. If you feel like splurging, this recipe’s also fantastic with beef tenderloin.”
"The original version of this recipe called for beef. But I use pork for a change of pace," shares Karen Salyer from Campobello, South Carolina. A delightful honey-sweetened marinade brings out the best in her healthy selection of vegetables and lean tenderloin cubes.
This grilled entree may sound fancy, but it's actually a fuss-free way to prepare salmon. You can easily make the sauce in advance and store it in the refrigerator until mealtime.—Carole Holder, Norman, Oklahoma
You'd never guess that a pair of these colorful kabobs has only 2g of fat total! An easy tomato-based mixture is used as a marinade and basting sauce to add just the right amount of sweet-sour taste to the shrimp, pineapple and veggies. —Pat Waymire, Yellow Springs, Ohio
My grown children still beg for my chicken. They like the savory barbecue sauce so much, they've been known to hover over me, trying to snitch a spoonful behind my back. —Patricia Parker, Connelly Springs, North Carolina
“I don’t remember where I got this wonderful recipe,” jots Terry Hammond from Shohola, Pennsylvania, “but my husband and I just love it! It couldn’t be easier and always makes an impression with dinner guests.”
Marinated in citrus juices, ginger and rum extract, these steaks deliver unbelievable flavor in every bite. Writes Mitzi Sentiff of Annapolis, Maryland. "You could ‘build’ around these flavors, and serve a whole tropical meal!"
Mustard, honey and rosemary make a sensational marinade and sauce for these moist pork tenderloins from Kathy Kittell of Lenexa, Kansas. Whether prepared on the grill or in the oven, the recipe doesn't require much hands-on work.
When the family's coming or we're expecting guests for dinner, I often serve this flavorful grilled pork roast—and it's always a winner! Chopped apple and sweet honey complement the rosemary and garlic.
Basting chops with this tangy sauce makes them extremely tender and savory. My family requests this dish for the terrific taste. I make it for them often because it's on the lighter side. —Lynette Randleman of Buffalo, Wyoming