Grilled Side Dishes
See how easy it is to grill vegetables!
Grilled asparagus is a quick and easy way to enjoy spring's favorite vegetable.
Yes, you can grill beets! See how to get a smokey, sweet (almost candied) side dish from these humble root vegetables.
Grilling bread brings out its toasty, yeasty essence and transforms it as much as grilling anything else does. See how easy it is to grill bread here.
Grilled cabbage may sound odd, but it's absolutely delicious - not to mention super easy.
Flavor fresh sweet corn with the smoky essence with this easy recipe for grilled corn.
Eggplant can be great on the grill. It can also be overcooked and flavorlessly lifeless or undercooked with a spongy texture. This easy recipe uses the power of salt water to guarantee great grilled eggplant--crispy brown on the outside, creamy sweet on the inside, and full of flavor--every time.
Grilled Green Beans
Grilled green beans are easy and delicious
Grilled Green Beans Onions Zucchini
Try this mix of summer vegetables on the grill.
Nopales - cactus leaves - are delicious when simply cooked on the grill.
Grilled Okra is a quick, slime-less way to enjoy these grassy pods of summer (and fall!).
Grilled peppers are super easy to make - see how easy with this recipe.
Grilled Potatoes are super easy and a great side dish for any barbecue or picnic.
Radicchio gets its bitter edge tamed by the flame and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar in this crazy recipe.
Grilled Romaine Lettuce
Grilling adds a smokey flavor to romaine lettuce - which can then be added to salads or served whole with your favorite dressing see how easy it is to Grill Romaine Lettuce here.
Grilled Spring Onions
Spring onions are delicious on the grill – they turn sweet and a bit creamy, adding lots of flavor alongside roast meats or as part of a grilled vegetable platter.
Tomatoes on the grill are a great way to enjoy summer's favorite vegetables, I mean fruit, I mean... tomatoes. In general, you want to use tomatoes that are firm when ripe, such as Early Girls, for grilling.
Treviso – a longer, thinner, looser version of tight-headed radicchio – gets its bitter edge tamed by the flame and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar in this beyond-easy recipe.
Zucchini and summer squash are tasty, easy additions to any summer grill. This recipe is as much a technique as a recipe. Feel free to increase or decrease amounts, vary the type of oil, and add other seasonings.
Grilled Zucchini With Basil Dressing
Grilled Zucchini With Basil Dressing is simply, delicious, and a great way to use up some of an ample zucchini harvest.