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All About Barbecued Fruit

All About Barbecued Fruit

Quick and easy, barbecuing is one of the joys of summer, and barbecued fruit is a fresh way to add colour and zip to your summer menus.

Serving suggestions

Barbecued fruits can be enjoyed in many ways. For a hot or cold first course, grill avocado slices and drizzle with dressing, top a salad of mixed greens with cubed, grilled mango or alternate scallops with strawberries or pieces of pear or nectarine on a skewer.

As an accompaniment, barbecued fruits adds a clean, refreshing note to dishes. Serve brochettes of pineapple, papaya or star fruit alongside meat brochettes, or combine meat and fruits on the same skewers. The pieces of meat and fruits should be the same size to ensure even cooking.

Enhance food presentation with a touch of colour, serving fish on top of grilled lemon or orange slices.

Barbecued fruits make a fabulous dessert paired with ice cream or topped with yogurt, custard sauce, fruit coulis or a simple sprinkling of mint. Finish your meal with a flourish by flambéing grilled fruit with an orange-flavoured liqueur such as Grand Marnier.

Best ways to barbecue fruit

Brochettes are a great way to barbecue fruits, whatever their intended use. Depending on their size, fruits can also be placed directly on the grill or cooked in an aluminum pie plate.