Mouthwatering and made in minutes, it's time to fire up the barbecue
Add a bit of carnival-style fun to a barbecue or garden party with this refreshing drink served in a watermelon. This recipe is for a mocktail, but it's easily adapted to make something a bit more punchy!
Barbecued corn on the cob is great on its own, but even better with chilli butter melted over and a squeeze of lime.
This is known in Brazil as mousse de maracujá. The condensed milk and cream make it very sweet, with the passion fruit giving it a pleasing tang.
These barbecued prawns with coconut and black pepper taste fantastic, especially with a mango, chilli and mint salsa.
How's this for starters - barbecued popcorn! And why not? This is a brilliant way to make sure your guests have something to nibble on while you cook the main course.
Served on ciabatta with a zingy salsa, this steak sandwich with is bursting with fresh, tangy flavours.
Cook these minty lamb kebabs on the barbecue or under the grill and serve in warm pitta pockets.
Rachel Allen's tender Thai-inspired chicken drumsticks makes a great dish to cook for a weekend barbecue. Marinate the meat overnight for the best results.