How to Grill Vegetables


Quick, easy, and healthy, vegetables are great for the grill, where they develop sweet, smoky flavors. In this video, you’ll learn which vegetables ar... See moree the best for grilling, including zucchini, eggplants, asparagus, mushrooms, corn, and onions. You’ll find out how to prepare vegetables for the grill, and discover which vegetables grill best whole and which grill best cut up into pieces. You’ll see how to create attractive grill marks on your vegetables and learn how to keep veggies from sticking to the grilling grates. Plus, you’ll get a simple, all-purpose vegetable marinade recipe. There are also tips for prepping the grill and for skewering smaller veggies onto kabobs to keep them from falling into the fire. You’ll see how to cut down grilling time for certain vegetables like potatoes and learn several methods for grilling corn on the cob. Next, you want to try out your new skills on recipes for grilled vegetables.

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Pam in Chicago

Jun 2, 2013 5:37 PM

Excellent video.... Very informative and easily understood.


Aug 7, 2012 7:22 AM

Informative, visually stunning with no wasted images or words. Excellent presenter (clear voice, example of how to do it really well. Thank you.


Jul 11, 2012 6:45 PM

Excellent video! It is precise and easier to follow than so many of the long unnecessary versions that make recipes look more complicated than they actually are! Thank you

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