Picnic Ideas

Cheese Slices of melted cheese in a crispy crust are very tasty. Hard cheeses can be cut into large pieces, strung on skewers and fried very quickly over medium heat. Bryndza, crumbly cheeses (such as Feta) and soft, melt-in-your-mouth cheeses (such as Brie) should be wrapped in foil and heated well over charcoal. sweet pastries Donuts are good when they are warm. Cooled donuts can be cut in half and grilled until the icing melts. If you have a cake left over from the party that no longer looks appetizing, cut it into pieces, brush lightly with butter, grill and serve with fresh berries and whipped cream. Fruit All stone fruit can be grilled. Peaches are just amazing. Have you tried fried pineapples? It is very tasty and original. Cut the pineapple into wedges and heat over the fire until it caramelizes. Perhaps you won’t surprise anyone with fried bananas, but you can please. Unpeeled bananas cut lengthwise into two halves, put on the grill with the flesh down and fry until soft. If you or your kids crave a high-calorie treat, make a banana split. Put scoops of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream on peeled slices of fried bananas, pour over with berry syrup and chocolate sauce, sprinkle with nuts and garnish with whipped cream. Corn It is very difficult to resist the aroma of grilled corn. How to Grill Corn on the Cob: 1) Put the corncobs in a wide deep bowl, cover with cold water (the water should cover the ears) and leave for 15 minutes. Thanks to soaking, the grains will be more juicy, and the husk will not burn. 2) Pull back the husk and brush the grains with vegetable oil (such as olive oil), salt and pepper and pull the husk back over the grains. 3) Tie the cobs with string to keep the husks from falling apart, and place on the oiled grate of a preheated grill. 4) Roast the corn for 8-10 minutes, turning constantly with tongs. Readiness of corn can be checked by piercing the grain with a fork. They must be soft. Source: realsimple.com Translation: Lakshmi

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