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Barbecue and grilling recipes with a Latin flair

2024-06-09T14:00:54+00:00
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Barbecuing is not just about throwing meat on a grill. It’s an art form that varies wonderfully around the world.

Latin American cuisine, known for its vibrant flavors and diverse ingredients, offers exciting possibilities for grilling enthusiasts.

By incorporating traditional spices and cooking techniques from Latin America, you can transform your backyard barbecue into a festive culinary experience.

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Churrasco with chimichurri

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Churrasco is a term in Latin America that broadly refers to grilled meat and is particularly revered in Argentina and Brazil.

Typically made from flank steak, this dish is marinated in a garlicky mixture overnight to infuse deep flavors before hitting the grill.

Once grilled to perfection, it’s traditionally served with chimichurri, a zesty sauce made from parsley, garlic, olive oil, oregano and red wine vinegar.

The freshness of chimichurri pairs beautifully with the smoky, rich flavor of the meat, creating a balance that is both refreshing and satisfying.

Grilling tips for Latin flair: Fish tacos with avocado lime salsa

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Fish tacos are a staple in coastal Mexican cuisine, known for their lightness and flavor.

For this dish, choose a firm white fish like cod or mahi-mahi, season it with cumin, lime, and chili powder — then grill it until beautifully charred.

Wrap the fish in a warm, slightly charred corn tortilla and top it with avocado lime salsa, which combines creamy avocados, zesty lime juice, and fresh cilantro.

This dish is not only easy to prepare but also bursting with flavors that are sure to impress.

Brazilian pineapple with cinnamon sugar

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Grilled pineapple is a sweet treat that perfectly complements any Latin BBQ meal, especially popular in Brazil.

Coat thick slices of pineapple with a mixture of brown sugar and cinnamon, then grill them until they’re caramelized and golden.

This dessert not only provides a sweet end to your barbecue but also helps cleanse the palate after a savory meal.

The warmth of the cinnamon paired with the sweetness of the pineapple offers a simple yet irresistible treat.

Elote is essential for your barbecue

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Elote, or Mexican street corn, is a beloved snack sold by street vendors all over Mexico.

Take fresh corn on the cob, grill it until slightly charred, then slather it in a mix of mayonnaise, cotija cheese, chili powder and lime.

This combination of smoky, creamy and tangy flavors makes elote a hit at any gathering.

Not only is it incredibly tasty, but it’s also fun to eat and easy to make, capturing the essence of Mexican street food.

Cuban mojo chicken skewers

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Cuban mojo is a marinade with a base of citrus and garlic, bringing brightness and zest to any dish, especially chicken.

Skewer marinated chicken pieces interspersed with onions and bell peppers, then grill them until they’re beautifully charred and juicy.

The result is a mouth-watering dish that’s both colorful and flavorful, with a marinade that doubles as a fantastic dipping sauce.

These skewers are perfect for a family gathering or a casual weekend barbecue, offering a taste of Cuba’s rich culinary traditions.

Grilling tips for a party with Latin flair

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These Latin-inspired recipes enhance your barbecue experience with vibrant flavors and festive flair.

Each dish showcases a different aspect of Latin American culinary traditions, bringing fresh and zesty tastes to your table.

Whether you’re hosting a big party or a small family gathering, these recipes will make your event a hit with delicious, easy-to-prepare meals that everyone will love.

Embrace these flavors next time you fire up the grill and enjoy a culinary journey through Latin America from your own backyard.

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