Grill the garden’s bounty of vegetables all summer long with these easy grilling pointers. Serve these grilled vegetable recipes for mains courses and summer salads.
Vegetables that are grilled have a satisfyingly smoky flavour and tender texture. You can also add green beans that you've grilled in a basket for 10 minutes.
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Grilling cabbage is worth the effort for this tender, sweet salad to serve with the Chili-Rubbed Pork Chops.
Leaving core intact, cut radicchio in half (cut large heads into quarters). Thread onto skewers. Brush with vegetable oil. Sprinkle with the salt and ...
This pineapple salad takes its cue from the popular sweet and tangy green mango salad in Thai restaurants.
Arrange the veggies around the edge of the salad so guests can take what they like.
Tofu isn't just for vegetarians. It's a healthy, protein-rich, low-fat option for any weeknight meal.
In bowl, toss red pepper, zucchini, onion, oil, garlic, cumin, salt and pepper. Place on greased grill over medium-high heat; close lid and cook, turn...
Chipotle sauce gives a subtle smokiness to the salad and is not as hot as regular hot pepper sauce. However, you can substitute 1/4 tsp (1 mL) regular hot pepper sauce. Instead of grilling the corn, you can use 4 cups (1 L) cooked corn kernels.
Quick, easy and really delicious, grilled tofu comes to life in a salad.
Portobello mushrooms vary in size so look for small ones that will give you eight to a pound (500 g). If unavailable, you can quarter larger ones after grilling if desired. Use a potato peeler to shave off curls of cheese.
Grilling vegetables brings out their natural sweetness. A slice of gooey melted cheese adds richness to this delicious vegetarian sandwich, plus you will want to top it with a flavoured mustard, such as Dijonnaise or Proven?e.
In this mouth-watering vegetarian sandwich, eggplant stands in for the bread. Add slices of roasted sweet red pepper and arugula if you like.
Seed, core and cut red and yellow peppers into quarters; place in large bowl. Remove stems from mushrooms; add mushrooms to bowl. Slice zucchini lengt...
Not your typical takeout pizza, this barbecued version is topped with grilled fresh corn, ripe tomatoes and pesto made from an abundant backyard crop of basil.
For truly easy summer cooking, just wrap up the vegetables and let the grill do the rest. Add other favourite vegetables in season, such as green and yellow beans, broccoli, zucchini, sugar snap peas and sweet peppers.
Garlic plays a key role in this antipasto platter, which is great for entertaining.
Serve this novel salad on watercress or arugula with toasted garlic bread or grilled focaccia (flatbread) and sliced tomatoes. Use a potato peeler to shave off curls of Asiago, Parmesan or old Cheddar cheese.
For truly relaxed entertaining, barbecue a few vegetables ahead of time and assemble these delicious nibbles just before company comes.
This intensely flavoured marinade adds sizzle to bland tofu. Serve these vegan kabobs over hot rice, noodles or spinach.
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