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  1. Cost per serving: 96¢ These kebabs are not only flavorful, but fun to eat and serve at gatherings. Feel free to swap these vegetables for others you prefer. Mushrooms and cherry tomatoes make tasty, colorful contributions to these hearty kebabs.   See recipe: Chicken and Pepper Kebabs      
  2. Cost per serving: $1.62Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce is an affordable party-pleasing dish that doesn't take long to prepare. If you use bamboo skewers, be sure to soak them in water for 30 minutes before threading on the chicken (or follow the package instructions).See recipe: Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce   
  3. Cost per serving: 89¢ Fire up the grill for these tangy beef and vegetable kebabs. Serve with leftover rice for a quick yet complete meal.   See recipe: Beef Kebabs with Orange Glaze
  4. Cost per serving: 68¢ Serve these tasty stuffed tomatoes for an easy and inexpensive side dish option. If your tomatoes don’t stand upright, cut a small sliver from the bottom to help them lay flat.   See recipe: Mozzarella-Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes      
  5. Cost per serving: $1.89Making 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
  6. 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
  7. Cost per Serving: $1.75Dress up simple beef burgers with a dash of chili powder and homemade guacamole for instant Southwestern flair.See recipe: Southwestern Hamburgers
  8. Cost per serving: $1.79Put a healthy (and tasty!) spin on an All-American classic with these mini burgers that use better-for-you ingredients like yogurt and turkey. No room on your grill? Bake up these sliders in the oven in less than 25 minutes.See recipe: Turkey Sliders with Herbed Mayonnaise
  9. Cost per serving: $1.08When ground chicken is on sale, we suggest buying some to make these tasty burgers from All You Reader Beth StetsonSee recipe: Chicken Burgers
  10. Cost per serving: $1.58   These burgers are delicious with tartar sauce or mayo and slices of red onion. The patties are a bit fragile, so oil your grill or pan well and use a large spatula to handle them.   See recipe: Salmon Burgers
  11. Cost per serving: $1.82Want to be a hit at the next cookout? These Blue-Cheese Burgers are juicy and packed with flavor. You can also switch it up and try using grated Cheddar in the burgers instead of blue cheese.See recipe: Blue-Cheese Burgers   
  12. Cost per serving: 78¢Easy to pick up and quick to eat, beef sliders are a crowd-pleaser. Don’t forget the fixings: Set out bowls of toppings such as grilled onions, salsa, cheese slices, lettuce, tomato and pickles.See recipe: Burger Sliders
  13. Cost per serving: 67¢Calories: 215Fat: 9g (sat 1g)Veggie burgers don’t have to come from the freezer. With this recipe you can make them fresh (and cheap) in 30 minutes. Serve it over greens for a nutritional boost.See recipe: Black Bean Burgers
  14. Cost per serving: $1.86Grilled mushroom caps take the place of regular patties in these veggie burgers. They’re so dense, hearty and flavorful, no one will miss the meat.See recipe: Portobello Mushroom Burgers