Grilled Vegetables

Light up the grill -- it's time to cook grilled vegetables! No longer reserved only for meat-focused mainstays, grills are cooking up an amazing assortment of vegetables for side dishes and entrees, too. We gathered inspiring recipes for a variety of vegetables you can cook on the grill, as well as new recipes you'll want to add to your warm-weather cookouts. Understanding the basics of how vegetables cook is always helpful; download our free chart that lists vegetables including corn and asparagus, with grilling times and temperatures, too. We also created a how-to guide for grilling a dozen of the top vegetables. Corn on the cob on the grill is truly a tasty wonder, and there are lots of ways it can be grilled. Our method is guaranteed to be a success for your home grilling experience. We also have recommendations for even more delicious ways to add vegetables such as bell peppers and eggplant to your grill -- and your meals -- as well as simple recipes that will get these seasonal sides to your table in no time.

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Grilled Radicchio with Cheese
A little bit of charred flavor from the grill (or grill pan) and bold blue cheese make this radicchio side dish one that'll tempt all your taste buds.
Roasted Red Pepper Panzanella
Served alongside your grilled protein of choice, this side dish salad has it all--vegetables, bread, and cheese. Serve with a fruit dessert and all your food groups are covered.
How to Grill Vegetables for a Healthy Side Dish
Serve a healthy side alongside your burgers, brats, hot dogs, and steaks.
Yellow Squash and Feta Grilled Toast
Toast becomes a hearty dinner when you build in layers of flavor with an herby spread and a generous helping of grilled veggies.
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Grilled Baby Carrots
Baby carrots get irresistibly sweet when cooked on the grill. We're pairing them with a creamy yogurt sauce.