Father's Day dinner ideas are 19 easy recipes from entree to dessert to make a wonderful meal for dad's special day.
Most fathers love to have meaty meals. Quite a majority of them are very proud of their grilling skills. If you are not a fan of grill, do you really want to make him to grill on his special day? Here are several great Father's Day dinner ideas. Of course, you can take over the grill if you choose to do so. If you are shy away from grilling, there are plenty of other ideas to make him a special meal.
If you have a big budget, this is surely a meaty Father's Day dinner idea to dive for. (Get Recipe)
Who doesn't like steak on the grill? This recipe shows you how it is done in a professional way and serve it like in a steak house. (Get Recipe)
Chuck steak is one of the cheapest cut. If you have a very limited budget, this is a great way to go with a steak dinner. (Get Recipe)
Don't let the name fool you. It's not some small bites and pieces, but plenty of them. I added plenty of vegetables in this one-pan recipe. You can replace them with onion and potatoes to soak up all the juices.
Surf and turf for sure is one of the luxurious ways to enjoy dinner in any occasion, especially for dad. Add this recipe on top of any steak recipes mentioned above will kick your dinner up a notch. (Get Recipe)
Shrimp is a great replacement of lobsters. While the steak is resting, it is perfect time to put the shrimp on the grill. (Get Recipe)
If regular surf and turf is a bit too much work and stress you out, shrimp cocktail will be a best alternative. Prepare this ahead of time and serve it as an appetizer. (Get Recipe)
Surf and turf is not the only meal you can serve for Father's Day. Here are several great alternatives that dad may ask for encore later.
This grilled pork chop recipe is a wonderful substitute of steak. The meat is juicy, tender and flavorful. What not to love, right? (Get Recipe)
Baby back ribs can be cooked and served at home super easy. If you have a big crowd, this recipe can take care of it in one shot. (Get Recipe)
If dad wants to have Chinese food for Father's Day, why not? This barbecue pork rib recipe needs very low maintenance. You can double or triple the quantity with the same amount of effort. (Get Recipe)
From prep to serve, this recipe will show you every step to make these clams way better than in any restaurant. (Get Recipe)
Many dads love wings. You can pop two different flavored wings into the oven and cook at the same time. Everybody eats with their hands.
Not spicy, but still very flavorful wings. (Get Recipe)
Wings are not drowned into sauce, but still have a lot of kick. (Get Recipe)
This gives a perfect balance with something spicy. (Get Recipe)
Add some Asian flare. (Get Recipe)
Is dad a big pizza fan? How about wings and pizzas? It is easy. As long as dad is happy, why not? (Get Recipe)
If dad sees the little hands to make these pizza rolls, that will be one of the best gifts dad could ever get on this special day. (Get Recipe)
Beer is certainly one of the most favorite among dads. What if you want to keep it 100% kid-friendly and alcohol-free dinner?
This recipe is super versatile. It is perfect for a big family celebration with dads. (Get Recipe)
You can save this for dessert. It is totally up to you. (Get Recipe)
There are tons and tons of dessert options. Check out here for more dessert choices. Here are just some of my family favorites:
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