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Unread 08-21-2014, 05:34 PM   #1
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grilled veggie recipes?

i hate most veggies. any good recipes that pretty much mask the flavor? tks all

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Unread 08-21-2014, 07:47 PM   #2
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Stripe the outside of zucchini with a peeler, coat with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic salt. Cook over moderate fire until falling apart.

Put fresh peeled corn direct on the grill. Rotate until caramelized. Butter and salt.

Thick slice (3/4") onions and lay on aluminum foil. Drizzle olive oil. Sprinkle with garlic salt. Cover with aluminum foil. Put on hottest part of grill auntil they start to caramelize. You have to guess at the time but it takes a lot longer than you think.

Don't bother with tomatoes or potatoes.

Grill fruit, peaches, plums. Cut in half. Cut side down on the grille.
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Kabobs for the win .

Sweet tators/yams are good too .
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Cut smallish zucchini lengthwise, scrape out the center where the seeds are with a spoon to make sort of a canoe shape. Fill with salsa, cheese, Italian sausage or whatever else you like and grill over low heat.
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thanks all, will give this a try.

wilson. never considered corn a veggie, that is one i do like. lol
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P*, for real on the kabobs .

Do a good search on K-bob recipes, marinades and mops .

I make wicked bad K-bobs using steak, chicken, shrimp, bell peppers, and onions .

With them all being partially bacon wrapped, marinaded and brushed with Tiger Sauce while cooking .

The veggies on the bobs will be off the hook good as well as the rest of it .

Yum-yum, eat em up .
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thanks all, will give this a try.

wilson. never considered corn a veggie, that is one i do like. lol
Corn is the only good veggie.
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I'm not a huge fan of broccoli bit this is one I will eat, I use a cast iron pan and you can make it on a regular grill, on the stovetop or the oven also.

http://www.traegergrills.com/teamtra...x#.U_cGnCXD8m8
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I did exactly this last night. Pork chops on the grill, fresh corn on the cob from the garden right next to the chops and zucchini, squash and onions from the garden on skewers with olive oil and a Mrs. Dash mix on them.
Pretty good eats.
Phitmein, what is tiger sauce?
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Like it says here, it is sweet and sour plus a tad spicey .

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Try-Me-The...fl-oz/13442798

At about $4.00 for 5 oz. it is a bit pricey but pretty good on K-bobs .

I have seen recipes on how to make it though .
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Personally, I like to grill my corn in the husk. I soak it for an hour in salted water and put it on the grill turning it often until its pretty well charred on the outside. The husk and silk usually come off pretty easy.
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Personally, I like to grill my corn in the husk. I soak it for an hour in salted water and put it on the grill turning it often until its pretty well charred on the outside. The husk and silk usually come off pretty easy.
I used to do it that way until I went to a super upscale Mexican restaurant in Santa Fe and saw they were doing it directly on the grill. Its a much better way to do it if you like the caramelized corn and a really smokey flavor.

Unless you burn through the husks (what a mess) you can't get that result with the husks on.
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I used to do it that way until I went to a super upscale Mexican restaurant in Santa Fe and saw they were doing it directly on the grill. Its a much better way to do it if you like the caramelized corn and a really smokey flavor.

Unless you burn through the husks (what a mess) you can't get that result with the husks on.
I agree. Takes a lot more paying attention though.
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Asparagus and stuffed Zucchini are regular items this time of year.


Good old potatoes are kicked up on the grill.


Not veggies but grilled fruit is always a go to dessert. Pineapple, Mango, and Peaches are the best!


This was an experiment with bacon. The tater tots were just OK but the avocado was over the top!


Grilled Artichokes … I guess I didn’t get a picture of them served up. I make an olive oil, lemon, and garlic sauce that they are mopped in. This is probably my favorite grilled veggie any time of year.
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well folks, doing some of these recipes, tks again. finding i like asparagus. brushed with olive oil, lots of garlic and just starting to over cook.
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