Grilled Meat, 5 Ways

What better way to celebrate Father’s Day then by firing up the barbecue? Show dad some love with any of these 5 mouthwatering grilled meat recipes.
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What better way to celebrate Father’s Day then by cooking dad a meaty meal? Show dad some love with any of these 5 mouthwatering meat recipes.

Tex-Mex Steak

Chili-spiced steak steak topped with avocado sauce and fresh tomato salad, all for 325 calories and 17 grams of fat per serving.

Sliders

A little goes a long way when it comes to these delish sliders. Create a toppings bar with mango salsa, grilled pineapple slices, black bean salsa, avocado, pico de gallo or hummus. Let everyone pick their favorites.

Classic Steak

You can’t go wrong with a good old steak for dad. Rachel Ray punches up the flavor in hers with a horseradish and chive sauce.

Skewers

Thank dad for everything he’s done all year with Bobby’s Argentinean skewers flavored with a parsley, cilantro, garlic and jalapeno marinade, then topped with a sherry vinegar sauce.

Sandwiches

Dad will love biting into a juicy steak sandwich. Enjoy on a baguette, in a wrap or pita.

Recipe: Thai Steak Wrap
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