Grilled meat & sausages

Grilled Meat & Sausages

The Art of Grilling

The Right Preparation

Before grilling, good preparation is essential. This begins with choosing the right grill that meets your needs and preferences. The meat should also be carefully selected. Beef, pork, and poultry are best for grilled meat. For sausages, one should look for good quality and pay attention to the origin of the meat.

The Perfect Marinade

A homemade marinade gives the grilled meat a special flavor. There are no limits to creativity here: from Mediterranean herbs to soy sauce to honey-mustard, there are numerous possibilities. However, it is important that the marinade can work for at least two hours to make the meat tender and juicy.

The Right Heat

The right heat is essential for good grilling results. For meat, the grill should be preheated to high heat to sear the meat. Then the heat should be reduced so that the meat can cook slowly and gently. Sausages should be grilled at medium heat to avoid bursting.

Popular Grill Recipes

Grilled Chicken Skewers

Ingredients: - 4 chicken breasts - 1 bell pepper - 1 zucchini - 1 onion - 2 garlic cloves - 2 tbsp olive oil - Juice of one lemon - Salt and pepper Preparation: 1. Cut the chicken into bite-sized pieces. 2. Cut the bell pepper and zucchini into cubes, the onion into wedges. 3. Chop the garlic and mix with the olive oil and lemon juice. 4. Alternately thread the vegetables and chicken onto skewers and brush with the garlic marinade. 5. Grill the skewers on the medium heat grill for about 15 minutes.

Sausages in a Blanket

Ingredients: - 8 sausages - 1 package puff pastry - 1 egg - Mustard Preparation: 1. Roll out the puff pastry and cut it into strips. 2. Spread mustard on the sausages and wrap them in the puff pastry. 3. Beat the egg and brush the pastry packets with it. 4. Grill the sausages in a blanket on the medium heat grill for about 20 minutes.

Tips and Tricks

- Always take meat out of the fridge before grilling so that it reaches room temperature. - The meat should not be turned too often to keep it juicy. - Stay away from meat skewers that are too close to the edge of the grill. These will dry out quickly and have a burnt flavor. - An aluminum tray on the grill is perfect for cooking vegetables and potatoes.


Grilling is an art that can be perfected with practice and patience. With the right preparation, marinade, and heat, every grilled dish can be a success. Whether it's chicken skewers, sausages in a blanket, or grilled vegetables - there are no limits to creativity when it comes to grilling.
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