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Grilled Veggies

September 6, 2010

Grilled Veggies This is simple…so simple I’m not even going to post picture other than this one because there really isn’t much to it and you can change as you see fit.  I do this every time I BBQ because it’s so simple.

Get a long piece of foil OR two long pieces…I start with a long piece and realize that I need more so end up with two pieces every time.

Slice up all sorts of different veggies.  Pictured there were green onions, mushrooms, red bell peppers, green bell peppers, yellow squash, white squash, and zucchini.  Feel free to add any more or less as you see fit.

Just pile it all in the center of the foil and then sprinkle a bit of salt and pepper over everything.  Then drizzle just a bit of olive oil.

Place the second foil piece over the first and seal the edges all around (or, if using one piece, just seal the edges together).  You should have a nice little pocket of veggies now.

We use a charcoal grill; so I put this on the grill as I start it up to give it plenty of time to heat up and steam inside.  Just place it off to the side.  Then, once you take your meat and everything off the grill, just take the package off the grill and open it up!

SO GOOD!  As I’m writing this, I am imagining sprinkling some garlic and possibly a bit of lemon in there next time…that’s the great thing about this “recipe” is you can just change it as you see fit!

You could also do this in your oven, which I will most likely do once the weather starts cooling off and we pause on the BBQ, with winter veggies instead of summer…yum!

So, what veggies would you add?

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