No Uncle Charley’s griller is complete without the perfect topping! Not sure how to branch out from the usual brown mustard or ketchup? Have no fear, we cooked up some unique toppings to add to your backyard barbecues.
Caramelized Onions and Jalepeños
Want to add a sweet and spicy kick to your griller? This quick topper will only take 20 minutes, 3 ingredients, and wind up packing a lot of flavor. You can find the recipe here – it’s sure to be a hit!
Thai Peanut Sauce
Take your barbecue to Southeast Asia with a Thai Peanut Sauce from your local supermarket. Spruce it up even more with some shredded bok choy or bean sprouts and some crushed peanuts for a nice crunch
Spicy Watermelon Salad
Forget using watermelon as a side dish – throw it on top of your griller as an easy salad to get some juicy spice in each mouthful
Avocado and Mango Salsa
Who needs guac when you can cube some avocado and mango with red onions and cilantro? You’ll have a colorful AND flavorful topper that will be great for those counting calories at the barbecue
You’ve heard of cabbage sauerkraut, but have you met beet sauerkraut? It’s just as easy to make (or buy) and adds fantastic flavors and a punch of color. Perfect for your food blog or a bright Instagram story
Take surf-and-turf to a whole new level with some seafood slaw from the store on top of your griller! Who said you needed to go to the beach to get a bit of the ocean along with your sausage?
Iron City Barbecue Sauce
You could grab the Heinz Barbecue Sauce out of the fridge, or you could whip up your own and use some of the Iron City Beer that’s hanging out in the cooler! We personally are a fan of this recipe
You know what it is: fries, coleslaw, and cheese. The classic ‘Burgh combo, not just for salad or a sandwich from Primanti’s
Brie and Green Apple
For a creamy, tart, and boujee topping, toss green apple slices on the grill and top with a hunk of brie. Trust us, you’re going to love it
Kimchi and a Fried Egg
We’re taking a trip around the world again to throw some classic kimchi and a fried egg on your sausage and bun. It’ll have a good kick AND you’ll get your probiotics for the day