At ChuckWagon Mobile Grilling Systems we've made the ultimate equipment for outdoor cooking and entertaining. As a result, we utilize a lot of great recipes that are as mobile and innovative as the grilling system itself. The SS16 has a 40-inch, 5 burner grill and an always-even propane flame. We've put together the following recipe sampling to showcase just a few examples of the delicious and creative recipes you can grill to make your next event a success. Whether it's in your backyard, at the local park, or in the stadium parking lot your event will be what your friends are talking about.
- Grilled Watermelon - When we say you can grill anything we mean it. Try the watermelon recipe below this list and see how to transform an American classic.
- Grilled Bourban Pork Chops - This recipe takes some prep, but when you try it out you'll see just how delicious pork chops can be.
- Green Tomatoes - Beginning of the season or end of the season green tomatoes always come in handy. You may have had them fresh or fried, but once you've tried them grilled you won't believe it.
- Fajita Nachos and Fajita Bites- This amazing recipe comes with a bonus. Get the most out of a single flank steak by not only getting delicious nachos but steak fajita bites too. This recipe was meant for game day.
- Duck Confit - How about getting fancy? We made this one at one of our events and people raved. It just goes to show you that you can cook anything on a ChuckWagon.
Without further ado here's the newest recipe, grilled watermelon:
ChuckWagon Grilled Watermelon
Take a watermelon, add some zest, and get a delicious, caramelized, slightly tangy compliment to any meal.
- 1 watermelon, medium sized
- Just about a quarter cup of honey. You can add a little more if you’d like to kick up the sweetness
- About a quarter cup of lime juice
- A few teaspoons garlic chili sauce depending on how spicy you’d like it. We recommend 2 teaspoons
- Just a pinch salt
- Get your grill to a high setting. Meanwhile, take a few tablespoons of honey (2 to 4), the garlic chili sauce and all of the lime juice, and whisk them together in a bowl.
- Cut up your watermelon into 1-inch wedges. This is the perfect size for the melon to fully soak up the mixture and caramelize.
- Drizzle the leftover honey directly onto the watermelon slices. It’s best to get both sides as much as you can.
- Grill all of the slices for about 2-minutes on each side or until browned. It doesn’t take very long.
- Now’s the time to drizzle the sauce mixture from the 1st step directly onto the browned watermelon slices.
Grilled watermelon isn’t just an improvement on one of America’s staples - it’s a complete transformation. Fire up the ChuckWagon and enjoy this juicy treat today.