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Easy Marinated Grilled Vegetable Recipes

grilled vegetable recipes

How to Grill Vegetables

Easy marinated grilled vegetable recipes for corn, asparagus, and potatoes, and more. Simple instructions for how to grill vegetables like squash, artichokes, and mushrooms. Plus a grilling vegetables video.

Easy Marinated Grilled Vegetable Recipes

Grilled Corn on the Cob

How to perfectly grill sweet corn on the cob.

Grilled Corn Salad Recipe

Fresh grilled vegetable recipe with corn, asparagus, and red peppers in a basil vinaigrette.

Grilled Asparagus Recipe

Grilling this vegetable has never been easier or more delicious!

Grilled Potatoes Recipe

Tasty potatoes with red onions, olive oil, and parsley.

Grilled Sweet Potatoes

Quick and easy with a butter and brown sugar glaze.

Grilled Baked Potatoes

Grilled with a garlic-parsley-butter spread and topped with cheese.

Grilled Red Potatoes

A delicious grilled vegetable recipe for red potatoes in a garlic rosemary marinade.

Grilled Summer Squash

Two quick grilling recipes that compliment this type of garden vegetable.

Grilled Acorn Squash

Brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg come together to turn this grilled vegetable recipe into some serious comfort food.

Grilled Artichokes

How to grill artichokes with a savory garlic lemon marinade.

Grilled Eggplant Recipe

Homemade balsamic vinaigrette and fresh parmesan make for one tasty eggplant dish.

Grilled Portabella Mushrooms

You can't go wrong with this simple basil, oregano, and garlic vinaigrette and our easy grilled vegetable instructions for portabellos.

Grilled Stuffed Mushrooms

A rich grilled vegetable recipe for mushrooms stuffed with blue cheese.

Grilled Green Beans

So simple and so good. Plus this recipe will work for grilling almost any vegetable.

Grilled Vegetable Kabobs

Two tasty recipes for grilled vegetable kabobs with a sweet and sour teriyaki sauce and the other with a classic homemade Italian marinade.

Grilled Broccoli

An inexpensive, healthy, and delicious grilled vegetable recipe for broccoli with garlic, lemon, and parmesan.

Grilled Zucchini

Infused with fresh Mexican flavors of cumin, cilantro, garlic, and lime.

Grilled Vegetable Marinades

Here you'll find marinade recipes for every type of grilled vegetable.

How to Grill Vegetables

Cooking vegetables on the grill is easy and adds flavor you can't get any other way.

Here you'll find instructions for grilling vegetables and vegetable grilling times for those vegetables most commonly grilled like corn, asparagus, potatoes, and squash. Plus tips to help you grill any other vegetable you may have in mind.

Tips for Grilling Vegetables

1. Because vegetables are safe to eat raw you cannot under cook them. However, they do overcook and become burned easily because of their low fat content. So they need to be watched closely and turned regularly.

2. Grilled vegetables must be cooked with olive oil or some sort of marinade to keep them from drying out on the grill.

3. Before grilling vegetables they should be cut into big pieces (i.e. squash, potatoes) or halves (i.e. artichokes, eggplant) so they don't fall through the grill. This also helps to preserve moisture.

4. If you're using wooden skewers, make sure to soak them at least 20 minutes before you use them so they won't burn on the grill.

Basic Vegetable Grilling Instructions

1. Clean and preheat your grill for medium heat (350 degrees F). If you're using charcoal, pile it up on only one side of your grill.

Grilling Tip:
A charcoal grill is ready for medium heat when you can hold the palm of your hand two inches above the grate for only 4 - 5 seconds before pulling away.

2. Coat vegetables with olive oil unless they are already marinated. (Don't miss our easy recipes for marinated grilled vegetables).

3. If you're using a gas grill, turn it to medium-low or low (250 - 300 degrees F) and place vegetables on grill. If you're using a charcoal grill then place them over indirect heat (the side of your grill without coals).

4. Cover and grill vegetables 5 minutes per side or until they have nice grill marks with a little char on the edges. It's really up to you how well done you want your veggies. Just check them often until they look good.

Grilling Tip:
No matter the grilled vegetable recipe you should eat your grilled veggies right after they are cooked. This ensures the best flavor and texture. If you wait too long your grilled vegetables will begin to wilt and become wet and mushy.

Grilling Tip:
If you're grilled vegetable recipe is for mushrooms, asparagus, or cherry tomatoes, you might consider using a grill basket or wooden skewers for convenience in turning and to keep them from falling through the grill.

Grilling Vegetables Video

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