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Grilling is the perfect way to enjoy a summer meal. If you want your food to taste great, it’s important that you use the right spices on the grill. Here are some of my favorites:

Garlic powder

Garlic powder is a good spice to use for grilling. It can be used as a substitute for minced garlic, or in rubs and marinades. Garlic powder works well with all kinds of meat, especially chicken and pork.

Black pepper

Black pepper is a common spice that can be used in many dishes. You can add black pepper to meats and vegetables before cooking or after cooking, depending on your taste preferences.

Black pepper has been around for centuries and was once used as currency by traders in India and China. It has since become one of the most popular spices available today because of its versatility and ability to enhance flavors without overpowering them.

Chili powder

Chili powder is a blend of spices, including chili peppers. It adds a lot of flavor to meats and vegetables–it’s great for marinating chicken or tofu before grilling! You can also use chili powder in recipes that call for ground beef or turkey (like tacos or burgers).

Chili powder is made by grinding dried chilies into a powder form. A lot of people use cayenne pepper when they make their own version at home because it has a strong heat level–but if you like milder foods with just a hint of spice then look for ancho chilies instead.


Paprika is a spice made from dried sweet red peppers. It’s used in many cuisines, including Hungarian and Spanish. Paprika adds a nice color to food and is also used as a coloring agent in food. It can be found in many dishes such as Spanish paella or goulash.

Cumin (ground)

Cumin (ground) is a great spice to use for marination. It has a distinct, earthy flavor that’s perfect for pairing with beef and chicken. Cumin is also used in many traditional Mexican dishes, like tacos, enchiladas or fajitas!

Cumin can be used as a dry rub on meat before grilling or BBQing. Simply sprinkle it over your favorite cut of meat and rub it into the flesh thoroughly until you have an even coating of cumin on all sides of the meat slice

Cayenne pepper

Cayenne pepper is a spice that can be used in many different ways. You can use it as a rub or marinade, or even as a glaze on your grilled meats. Cayenne pepper is also great for making salsa, chili and other spicy dishes.

Cayenne pepper has been around for thousands of years, with its origin believed to be from South America or Mexico. The name comes from the Spanish word “cayena” which means “from Cayenne.” In fact, this region of French Guiana (now called French Guyana) was once known as Cayenne due to its abundance of cayenne peppers! There are several types of cayenne peppers: red/black; green; yellow; orange; white/purple-ish colored ones too!

Bay leaves (dried)

Bay leaves are great to use as a herb or spice on its own, but they can also be added to other dishes for extra flavor. For example, bay leaves can be used in soups and stews to add a little something special. You can also season meats and vegetables before grilling them with bay leaves! They will give your food a nice smoky flavor that goes well with BBQ flavors. If you’re looking for an alternative way to eat chicken wings without having them covered in buffalo sauce (which has dairy), try brushing some olive oil onto each wing then sprinkling some dried basil over them before baking them at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes until golden browned edges form around each wing tip; this will give them an Italian flair while still keeping things healthy by avoiding buttery sauces like ranch dressing which contains lactose products (milk).

These spices will make your grilling experience great.

These spices will make your grilling experience great.

  • Cinnamon: Cinnamon adds a sweet, warm flavor to meats and vegetables. It’s also believed to help lower blood sugar levels and reduce inflammation in the body.
  • Garlic: Fresh garlic is one of the most potent natural antibiotics on earth, which makes it an excellent addition to any meat dish–especially if you’re cooking up some burgers or steaks! Garlic contains allicin (a compound with antiviral properties), sulfur compounds that fight cancer growths in cells, as well as vitamin B6 which helps maintain healthy skin tissue.*


We hope that you’ve found this list of our favorite spices to use on grills helpful. It can be difficult to know what exactly goes best with your favorite meats and veggies, but now that you know what we think makes up the best spice blends there should be less guesswork involved!

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