From eggplant to zucchini to onions, a grilled vegetable can add a savory, smoky layer of flavor to all kinds of dishes. From sandwiches to lasagna to appetizers, these easy grilled vegetable recipes are ready in a flash.
To serve this side dish soup as a main meal, stir in a 14-ounce package of frozen grilled chicken breast strips about 10 minutes before serving; heat through.
Miniature tomatoes grilled or cooked stovetop with brown sugar and spices make a delicious relish in less than 30 minutes.
Tequila and chili powder spice up the tomato relish. Serve this recipe as a side dish or low-calorie meatless main dish.
Kids love to eat these colorful sticks. They look like fries and can be dipped in different sauces.
This fresh recipe is naturally gluten free and features classic Mexican flavors including cilantro, lime, and chile peppers. If you can't find tomatillos in your market, try serving this dish with jarred tomatillo salsa.
It's easy to grill small potatoes when they're on a skewer. Try these as a side dish at your next cookout.
Don't hold the mayo! Make it instead, using the choice of long or quick recipes, to flavor this grilled vegetable sandwich. Serve Cumin Mayo alongside beef, pork, and chicken as well.
A sprinkling of fresh bread crumbs adds crunch and flavor to tender grilled vegetables. Serve warm from the grill or at room temperature.
Keep this fish recipe in mind when you want to grill the day's catch. Wrapping the fish with fresh herbs lends a delectable flavor.
Vegetarians attending your barbecue? Serve this main dish recipe of colorful, appetizing grilled vegetables.
Sweet peppers, onion, and potatoes are seasoned, wrapped in foil, and grilled in this easy side-dish recipe. Make this for a cookout and you won't have to heat up the kitchen.
Bright cherry tomatoes and nutrient-rich asparagus are beautifully dressed in a tangy Dijon and champagne vinaigrette, then tossed with crumbled feta cheese in this brilliant fresh salad. When buying asparagus, look for firm, bright green stalks with tight tips. If stems are tough, simply remove the outer layer with a vegetable peeler.