Next time you fire up the grill, consider throwing on some green stuff to go along with your meat. Grilling vegetables gives them a nice caramelized, smoky flavor and can help you round out your meal a little more.
You can grill corn with the husks on if you want, but remove as many of the silks as you can. With or without husks, it only takes about 10 minutes to grill corn.
2. Portabella Mushroom Caps
Grill these whole and start with the gill side down first, then flip and finish with the cap side down to retain their moisture.
This works with round slices or lengthwise cuts. Just be sure to keep your slices about ½” thick so they don’t fall apart on the grill.
One of the best ways to enjoy asparagus, just make sure to keep an eye on them so they don’t fall through the grates.
Grilling onions turns down their heat and unlocks their sweetness. They’ll be tender but still crisp and are delicious just on their own.
Bell, poblano, jalapeno, or shishito peppers are all winners on the grill. Just slice and seed them first.