If you’re trying to plan the perfect Labor Day menu, look no further than TikTok! Whether you’re looking for a recipe that puts a creative spin on an old cookout classic, or you want to try something totally new, the talented chefs of TikTok have you covered! Here are five of the best Labor Day recipes on TikTok.
You’ve probably grilled your fair share of burgers and hot dogs on Labor Day, but did you know you can grill lobster tails, too? And you don’t even need to remove the shells! Just slice each lobster tail down the middle, and place them on the grill. Coat the exposed lobster meat periodically with a butter sauce to ensure your lobster tails are extra juicy!
These vegan bratwursts smothered in peach salsa are sure to be a hit with vegans and non-vegans alike! To make them, TikToker @onegreatvegan makes homemade vegan honey mustard and spreads it on grilled vegan bratwursts. Then she places the bratwursts in buns with cabbage, onions and peach salsa.
To cook like a Kardashian, try this seven-layer dip. TikToker @athomewithshannon claims the Kardashian family serves this decadent dip at their Labor Day party every year. To make it, just layer avocados, salsa, lemon juice, sour cream, cheese, tomatoes, olives and scallions in a bowl, and you’re ready to dig in!
This healthy corn salad is a great way to balance out the menu at a meat-heavy Labor Day cookout. To make it, start by cooking up some couscous. Then, pan-roast a can of corn with olive oil, salt and pepper. Finally, top the couscous with grilled corn, mozzarella cheese, sliced cherry tomatoes and avocado, and dress it with white balsamic vinaigrette.
These delicious sliders are easy to make and perfect for serving to a large group! To make them, chop up some onions, green bell peppers and steak, and cook them up together. Then grab a package of store-bought slider buns. Remove the buns from their packaging and put the tops to one side, but don’t separate the buns! Instead, save time by spreading mayonnaise across all of the buns at once. Then add the steak. Once all of your toppings are added, just pull the buns apart, and they’re ready to serve!
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