Broiling ruins vegetables. It steals away flavor and nutrients and produces bland things that everyone hates. There is a reason that vegetables have a bad reputation. Grilling intensifies vegetables. It keeps the nutrients intact and adds flavor. These Top 10 Grilled Vegetable Recipes take it to a whole new level, so fire up the grill and make the most of the least expensive foods at your local grocery store.
Mexican Street Corn
This flavorful grilled corn is topped with butter, cheese, cilantro, and spices. A great side dish for any barbecue and the perfect option for the vegetarian in the group. Give this popular street food a try at your next cookout or tailgating event.
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Grilled Sage-Butter Sweet Potatoes
The flavors of the sage really shines through when combined with the sweet potatoes. This dish is a filling meal all on its own or works well paired with grilled meats, fish, and seafood.
Grilled Asparagus with Balsamic, Feta and Almonds
This is a quick and easy recipe for asparagus. Dressed up with feta, balsamic, and almonds, this dish compliments grilled steak, chicken, pork, and fish. However, it can be enjoyed all by itself. This will quickly become one of your favorite ways to prepare asparagus.
Grilled Asparagus and Port Salut Pizza
If you’re looking for a fantastic grilled pizza that is suitable for both vegetarians and meat eaters, then look no further. Simple yet delicious, this dish can be prepared very quickly, and the Port Salut cheese adds just the right layer of creaminess to offset the crisp vegetables.
Stuffed Onion Slices on a Plank
This is a fantastic and easy recipe for stuffed onions on the grill. Instead of using a whole onion, they are sliced, placed on to a grilling plank, and topped with a delectable blue cheese filling. They make a great appetizer, side dish, and even served in burgers.
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Bacon Wrapped Corn on Skewers
This is an easy recipe for preparing bacon wrapped corn on the grill. By cutting them in half and using a skewer, it makes it easier to move them around the grill and also to eat. Make sure not to buy a thick cut bacon, but one that is more pliable.
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