You can try a kabob or a grilling basket to grill up some fresh vegetables. Use a variety of vegetables to create a perfect side to your summer cookout.
Grilled sweet onions and a creamy cheese sauce make for a tasty topper for burgers or steaks.
Jalapeno peppers and garlic add a spicy punch to this easy vegetable side dish.
Buttery herbed potatoes steam in a foil packet alongside the steak on the grill for this easy dinner.
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.
Tomatoes make colorful, healthy bowls for nutritious quinoa salad.
This grilled side dish works well with chicken, but could also work as a light main dish.
A sprinkling of fresh bread crumbs adds crunch and flavor to tender grilled vegetables. Serve warm from the grill or at room temperature.
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.
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.
The grilled vegetable, olive and herb relish makes a tasty side for the seasoned beef tenderloin.
This vegetable side dish goes well with grilled meat and poultry. Or toss it with hot cooked pasta for a vegetarian entree.
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.
A quick stint on the grill gives eggplant slices a pleasing hint of smoke. Serve with a tartly dressed green salad.