Fourth of July is just around the corner. If you’re in need of some fun recipes to celebrate, we got you! Grilled vegetables are versatile, flavorful, and refreshing––perfect for summer cooking! Whether you’re going to a friend’s barbecue or staying home to calm your pup during fireworks, you’ll definitely have a happy 4th if you make one of these grilled veggie recipes!
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1. BBQ Veggie Skewers With Loaded Rice
Veggie skewers are often seen roasting on the grill of omnivores and veggie eaters alike and for a good reason. They’re quick to assemble and cook, and a healthy addition to whatever else is being cooked over that fire. In Iva Mrdjanov‘s BBQ Veggie Skewers With Loaded Rice, the skewers are made into the main part of the dish, not just the side!
2. Grilled Street Corn With Aji Amarillo Queso
Fresh grilled street corn – a summer favorite with a Latin twist! Grilled summer corn on the cob with spicy cashew queso and hazelnut parmesan. This Grilled Street Corn With Aji Amarillo Queso by Rachel Carr is perfect with a fresh tomato and herb salad and maybe some BBQ mushrooms!
3. Roasted Beetroot, Broccoli and Green Bean Salad
A deliciously bold salad full of crimson beetroot goodness, greens, and healthy fats. This Roasted Beetroot, Broccoli and Green Bean Salad by Taryn Fitz-Gerald is a perfectly balanced meal that is full of nutritional benefits.
4. Grilled Asparagus on Toast With Broad Bean Pesto
5. Grilled Avocado With Roasted Tomatoes
Grilled avocado with roasted tomatoes makes a great side dish or a quick, light meal. This Grilled Avocado With Roasted Tomatoes by Carri Pattison is raw, easy-to-make, and will leave you full without feeling fatigued. If you aren’t into grilling, simply roast the avocados along with the tomatoes.
6. Roasted Artichokes With Lemon Aioli
7. Grilled Zucchini and Corn Quinoa Salad With Toasted Pepitas and Lemon Mint Dressing
This grilled zucchini and corn quinoa salad is loaded with grilled zucchini, corn and onions, bursts with sweet and citrus flavors, and fresh mint aroma. The roasting intensifies the sweetness of the onions and corn, which complement each other, and the slightly charred flavors they get from the grill. The freshness of the lemon and mint cuts through, and brightens the overall flavors. And for substance, there is cooked quinoa and salty, crunchy, toasted pepitas. This Grilled Zucchini and Corn Quinoa Salad With Toasted Pepitas and Lemon Mint Dressing by Viktoria Radichkova is not only quite delicious, but filling and satisfying too. It keeps well in the fridge, and you can just freshen it up with more lemon juice and mint the next day.
8. Roasted and Charred Broccoli with Peanuts
If you’re looking for an easy dinner, this is it! Simply roast the broccoli and then toss it with some peanuts and you’re done! You’ll absolutely love this Roasted and Charred Broccoli with Peanuts by Raymund Macaalay!
9. 15-Minute Harissa Eggplant Kebabs With Cucumber Mint Relish
These spicy, sweet, and satisfyingly sticky kebabs are perfect for grilling! The harissa adds the perfect amount of heat that is quickly cooled down by the refreshing cucumber mint relish. Serve these 15-Minute Harissa Eggplant Kebabs With Cucumber Mint Relish by 15 Minute Vegan: Fast, Modern Vegan Cooking in soft flatbreads with the tangy relish, jewel-like pomegranate seeds, and a generous drizzle of tahini.
10. Grilled Ratatouille Kebabs
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These Grilled Ratatouille Kebabs by Jordan and Clark Cord are the skewered version of a classic French recipe using summer zucchini, squash, and eggplant. It’s a simple, but delicious kebab combination. Basically, this recipe makes it possible to enjoy ratatouille on a stick for maximum summer vibes. Just imagine – you’re chilling outside with a glass of rosé, listening to some Bob Marley tunes, and then bam! – you’re enjoying a delicious medley of summer’s finest veggies in portable, grilled form.
11. Smashed Lentils with Grilled Vegetables
These smashed lentils are comparable to hummus but heartier with a chunky but creamy texture, and can be used in countless ways, as a dip, spread, sauce, topping, etc. It’ll add that extra pizazz to many of your favorite dishes; try a few dollops over rice or swirled in a bowl of soup. In this case, serve the grilled vegetables on a bed of smashed lentils, add a slice of pita bread and you’d be good to go. These Smashed Lentils with Grilled Vegetables by Elsa Brobbey are delicious!
12. Grilled Zucchini and Green Bean Salad
This Grilled Zucchini and Green Bean Salad by Taylor Kiser is a mish-mash of simple, whole-food veggie nutrition with charred and smoky flavors slathered in the most addictive date balsamic vinaigrette. It’s a great way to make your salad more interesting and creatively use whatever veggies are lying around in your fridge! Grilling near-death vegetables is one of the sure-fire ways to make them totally delish and avoid that awkward limp-wilty situation that old vegetables have going on.
13. Crispy Thai Roasted Cauliflower Tacos
These Crispy Thai Roasted Cauliflower Tacos by Angela Simpson are an explosion of flavors and textures that will leave you wanting more. The crispy Thai cauliflower is mellowed by a tasty slaw and the whole taco is tied together with a delightful avocado-lime sauce. These tacos are sure to be crowd-pleasers.
14. Couscous With Roasted Vegetables
Source: Couscous With Roasted Vegetables
This simple, yet delicious, recipe for Couscous With Roasted Vegetables by Nita Ragoonanan makes for a perfect side dish but can even work as a main, as well! Zucchini and asparagus are stirred into the starchy couscous after being roasted to perfection.
15. Roasted Balsamic Veggie Rolls
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Replace hot dogs with something much healthier: this delicious Roasted Balsamic Veggie Roll by Sirke Reivo! Fresh and flaky homemade buns make the perfect vessel for savory roasted chickpeas and a rainbow of vegetables – carrot, parsnip, asparagus, and greens. The maple-y tahini sauce ties everything together beautifully.
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