Quick and Easy Grilled Vegetable Recipes to Make Your BBQ Meal Complete
Grilled Vegetable Recipes
You've worked hard at perfecting that delicious piece of barbecued meat, and you need a delicious side dish to compliment your BBQ.
Grilled Vegetable Recipes are easy to do and provide the perfect healthy choice for a barbeque side dish.
Combined with a barbecued meat that has been slow-cooked and has been rendered most of it's fat, you have a total meal that is totally healthy. And that smokey taste of fresh vegetables is hard to beat.
Grilled Vegetable Mixture
*1 medium-yellow Squash sliced into thick (3/4 in.)
*1 medium-zucchini squash sliced 3/4" thick and cubed
*8 ounces medium
*1 large-Sweet Onion cut into quarters
*1/2 lb-peeled baby carrots, cut in halves*1 medium-green bell pepper cut into large (1 in.) chunks
*1 medium-red bell pepper cut into large (1 in.) square chunks
In a small bowl mix together:
*2 tablespoons-olive Oil
*1/2 teaspoon-ground black pepper
*2 cloves-fresh crushed garlic
*2 tablespoons-fresh and finely chopped oregano and/or basil
Place vegetables in a grill basket and sprinkle with the vegetable oil mixture
Grill with the lid closed over medium flames, stirring occasionally until vegetables are tender (approx. 15 minutes)
Enough for 4-6 servings (double or triple everything if you have more people to feed)
Fresh Grilled Asparagus Spears
One of the quickest and simplest grilled vegetable recipes is to take a lb. of fresh asparagus(medium-sized) and snap off the tough trunks(the thick end) and discard. Sprinkle some olive oil and same salt onto the asparagus and wrap it in aluminum foil.
Place on the hot grill and cook for 10-15 minutes. Serves 4 happy eaters.
Basic Grilled Corn on the Cob
This is one of the easiest grilled vegetable recipes I've ever seen. Absolutely try this one.
Most people do not believe you can grill corn on the grill like this. They usually think you're a little crazy for doing it this way. But once they taste it they will be believers. It is delicious. And how easy can a recipe get?
Buy as many ears of corn as as you have people. Leave the corn on the cob just the way you bought it, with shucks left on and intact.
Place on a medium fire grill. Flip every so often, making sure corn gets cooked evenly all around and the outer leaves are charred but not burned to the corn.
Remove corn from grill and peel shucks and silk off. Don't worry. The silk comes off surprisingly easy.
Serve corn with butter, salt and black pepper. If you like spicy food replace the black pepper with red cayenne pepper.
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