Grill veggies zucchini, bell pepper, onions, asparagus, and mushrooms become sweet and savory when cooked on the grill. With just a brushing of olive oil and a sprinkling of salt and pepper, this cooking method is simple and lets the vegetable’s natural goodness shine through.
Just about any fruit can go on the grill as long as they are fairly firm and not overripe. Peaches, melons, pineapple, pears, avocado, tomatoes, bananas, and figs are just some of the fresh fruits that will hold their shape over the coals.
Fruits and vegetables will need to be prepared by cutting them into equal size pieces and placed in a marinade before going on the grill. Grilled fruits and vegetables make an easy, tasty and healthy side dish. Grilling them also helps lock in flavor, as well as vitamins and minerals.
You can also use foil to encase the veggies in packets, but then they get more steamed than roasted.
It’s also possible to put potato slices, whole carrots, large mushroom caps, and whole onion slices directly on the grill if the grates are closely spaced so they don’t fall through.
Nutrition will vary by the vegetables chosen.