Throw some chicken, pork or fish on the grill for tasty dishes!
Cost per serving: $2.79
This dish gets an unexpected boost of fruity flavor from a simple glaze made with apricot preserves and a splash of white wine or white grape juice. Make it a meal by serving it alongside a starchy side―such as half a baked sweet potato―and a green vegetable or side salad.
See recipe: Apricot-Glazed Grilled Pork Chops
Cost per serving: $1.79
Coat this barbecue chicken with a homemade sauce that takes just a few minutes to assemble. You can streamline prep time by preparing the spice rub and marinating the chicken the night before.
See recipe: Barbecue Chicken
Cost per serving: $2.62
Make this recipe year-round by broiling the salmon instead of grilling it. Preheat the broiler and place a rack about 6 inches from the heat source. Broil the fish for about 15 minutes, flipping over once. It should be lightly browned on both sides and should flake with a fork.
See recipe: Grilled Salmon with Cucumber-Yogurt Salad
Cost per serving: $2.04
Try serving this chicken cold -- it tastes just as delicious! You can double the recipe, then wrap and refrigerate leftovers to serve over a salad or turn into sandwiches later in the week.
See recipe: Grilled Tarragon-Mustard Chicken
Cost per serving: $3.20
If you'd prefer not to grill, broil the chops. Place them on a foil-lined, rimmed baking sheet and broil them 8 inches from the heat source until an instant-read thermometer registers 145°F, 16 to 18 minutes, turning once. Shift the chops around on the baking sheet if necessary for even cooking.
See recipe: Grilled Pork Chops with Herbed Butter
Cost per serving: $3.11
Mint and garlic give the mineral-rich yogurt sauce a Mediterranean flair in this delicious, gourmet-tasting dish.
See recipe: Grilled Salmon with Yogurt-Mint Sauce
Cost per serving: $1.89
Making the pork patties yourself takes more time, but it is an easy way to cut out some of the calories and fat that store-bought varieties may contain. This yummy yogurt salad dressing requires just four ingredients; if you find it to be too thick to drizzle, add water, 1 Tbsp. at a time, to achieve the proper consistency.
See recipe: Grilled Spiced Pork Patties with Greens
Cost per Serving: $3.24
The sweet onions and salty prosciutto add a range of flavors to this pizza.
See recipe: Grilled Pizza with Onions and Prosciutto
Cost per serving: $3.40
This recipe calls for pizza dough, but you can use whole-wheat flatbreads instead for more fiber and nutrients.
See recipe: Individual Grilled Veggie Pizzas
Forget steak and potatoes, this pork chops recipe is perfect for pairing with baked potatoes on the grill. And be sure to save some of the sauce for your potato, you'll be glad you did!
See Recipe: Mustard Molasses Pork Chops
This whole meal comes in at less than 400 calories (yes, really!), so be generous with the vegetables. If you want more variety add some tomatoes and potatoes -- the added starch won't derail this healthy meal.
See Recipe: Parmesan Lemon Mahimahi
Feel free to use nectarines in place of peaches -- peeling is optional.
See Recipe: Peach Ginger Chicken Thighs