Orange flavored Honey makes a perfect glaze when brushed on at the end of grilling. Watch carefully so the vegetables don’t burn. Not only does the honey enhance the flavor, it helps caramelize the vegetables by bringing out their natural sugars. You can also roast the vegetables in a 425-degree oven
A different type of slaw to serve with grilled tuna or shrimp. Chayote has a sweet, starchy, slightly fruity flavor and is also known as a Vegetable Pear and a Mirliton. You can substitute broccoli slaw for the chayote, if you like.
This traditional Indian recipe is a perfect pairing for a seafood dinner and just as delicious with just a side of yogurt. Whether you’re using up cooked rice or making a special meal, this rice adds pizazz to any plate.
This herbaceous mash is a vibrant sauce on grilled fish, chicken, lamb and steak. It also does double duty as a tenderizing marinade. Add 2 cloves minced garlic or 6 drained anchovy fillets to the mash or top slices of crisp potatoes with the herb mash. Simple and delicious.
The sausage keeps this stuffing moist and adds a wonderful spicy finish. You can substitute andouille sausage for the chorizo and cornbread stuffing mix for the traditional stuffing mix for an equally delicious dressing.