- Easy Grilled Vegetable Salad
- Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Sandwiches
- Grilled Portobello Mushrooms
- Grilled Zucchini with Mint Salsa
- Grilled Vegetable Skewers
- Grilled Butternut Squash
- Grilled Corn on the Cob
- Roasted Potatoes on the Grill
- Grilled Carrots
- Grilled Artichokes
- Grilled Broccoli or Broccolini
- Grilled Panzanella Salad
- Grilled Vegetable FAQs
I’ll be the first to admit you’ll never catch me firing up the old Weber just to cook vegetables. (We Portuguese ain’t big on veggies as sides; we prefer them in our soups.) But The One is a huge fan. He can make a whole meal of vegetables. Imagine.
But if the grill’s cranking away with burgers, ribs, or chicken, I’ll definitely toss on some meaty mushrooms, sweet corn, or strips of marinated eggplant. I’m not a caveman, after all.
I love the smokiness that infuses the veggies when they’re grilled, and I find the charred edges and bits and bobs irresistible. Something you can’t pull off in the oven.
Plus–and it’s a big plus–the kitchen stays cool, and I have fewer dishes to wash. Because the only thing I like less than a pile of healthy veggies is cleaning up.
Easy Grilled Vegetable Salad
Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Sandwiches
I’ve been making this sandwich for quite a while, starting when I went vegetarian for several years. I still choose it over grilled meat much of the time since it’s crazy delicious.
While the directions look fussy, the individual components come together easily. Try this sandwich, it’s really good.roberta
Grilled Portobello Mushrooms
Grilled Zucchini with Mint Salsa
I had some zucchini to use up so I made this grilled zucchini yesterday and it was amazing! I did end up grilling them a little longer than what the recipe suggested but that was fine, it was a beautiful night to grill.
As lovely as the zucchini turned out…..that mint salsa is off the charts delicious!!!! You do yield a fair bit of salsa but that doesn’t really matter, the salsa can accompany many other things besides zucchini.aryn s.
Grilled Vegetable Skewers
Grilled Butternut Squash
I LOVED the marinade on this grilled butternut squah – olive oil plus coconut sugar and salt and pepper is a total win. This recipe gave us a way to use our butternut squash when our oven broke!kate
Grilled Corn on the Cob
Roasted Potatoes on the Grill
Just got done making these roasted grilled potatoes, and they were so delicious! Best ever! I didn’t think it was possible, with only 5 ingredients, but it was so packed full of flavor.
My little girls loved it so much, as do I. I did crowd the potatoes, so I got very crispy ones along with softer ones, which I didn’t mind one bit. Thanks so much for an outstanding recipe.nancee
My husband and I dusted off the grill and made these grilled artichokes for dinner with grilled chicken thighs. Delicious! They were crisp, juicy, tender, and cooked pretty much perfectly.davina l.
Grilled Broccoli or Broccolini
Grilled Panzanella Salad
I had never heard of panzanella before, but I love each and every one of the ingredients in this recipe so trying it was a no-brainer. I adored it, as did my partner!vera
Grilled Vegetable FAQs
You don’t have to, but a simple marinade will elevate the flavor of your grilled vegetables. Try using a grilled vegetable marinade of balsamic vinegar, oil, and garlic, or whip up a batch of Greek marinade for a fresh, herb-forward flavor.
It depends on the type of vegetable. You can marinate hard vegetables such as carrots, beets, and potatoes for up to 24 hours. Firm vegetables, like peppers and beans, benefit from a leisurely 30 to 60-minute soak, while soft vegetables like mushrooms or eggplant need only 10 minutes.
Whether you want to thread some veggies onto your chicken skewers or just make vegetable skewers on their own, it’s important to choose vegetables that have similar cooking times. Mushrooms, cut pieces of onion and bell pepper, and asparagus or scallion pieces all work well. Avoid vegetables that take a long time to cook, such as potatoes or carrots.