Grilling for the
There’s nothing like
barbecuing to bring family
and friends together. But
usually one person is left
to watch the grill while
others socialize. To put
a creative twist on your
next summer barbecue,
try involving everyone in
the cooking with a little
interactive grilling. Have
the whole gang (older
kids included) create their
own customized meals
ingredients. It’s more fun,
requires less cleanup and
allows everyone to spend
quality time with family
and friends. Here are two
interactive grilling recipes
that the whole family is
sure to love.
Foster Farms Grilled Chicken Pizzas
Begin with Kirkland Signature boneless chicken breasts,*
brushed with olive oil, salt and pepper, and grilled until just
cooked through. Slice or chop and set aside.
Mix and match the ingredients below with grilled chicken
on a premade pizza crust to create your own individual
pizza. Suggestions: olive oil, artichoke hearts, garlic and
mozzarella. Or basil, garlic, tomatoes, tomato sauce,
mozzarella and Parmesan.
1. Adjust grill so that all heat is on the perimeter, keeping
the center of the grill the coolest. Do not put pizzas over
2. Grill top of the pizza crust 3 minutes. Slide off the grill,
1 OR MORE)
red pepper flakes
2-3) turn over (grill marks should be facing up) and cover with
tomatoes, diced your choice of toppings, seasonings and cheese.
3. Return to grill, close the lid and cook about 8-10
minutes, or until bottom has grill marks and is crisp but
onions, sliced not burned. Watch closely!
peppers, sautéed or grilled
4. Slide off the grill, cut into slices and serve. Season with
mushrooms, sliced additional salt and pepper and chili flakes, if desired.
artichoke hearts, sliced *Brands may vary by region; substitute a similar product.
asparagus, sliced Recipe created by Deborah Fabricant for Foster Farms.
sun-dried tomatoes, chopped