Vegetable, Slaw, Salad, And Dressing Recipes (cont'd)

Griddle Grilled Bacon Jalapeno Wrapped Corn
This griddle grilled corn dish makes a perfect accompanying act to almost any recipe, but it could star as a lunch all by itself. The sweetness of the corn works great with the saltiness of the bacon, and the punch of heat from the jalapenos is tempered by the cream cheese. read more
thai cucumber salad
Add a touch of Thai to your next backyard cookout with this recipe for sweet and tangy cold cucumber salad. One of the simple pleasures of dining in a Thai restaurant is the lovely delicate cucumber salad they serve as an appetizer and now you can replicate it at home with this simple to prepare recipe. read more
Grilled Caponata
Grilling the ingredients adds a layer of complexity to caponata, a traditional eggplant based recipe that is especially popular in southern Italy. Grilled caponata is perfect as a sandwich; as an appetizer on crusty bread; as a sauce for grilled seafood, pork chops, or chicken; in pasta; and even on pizza. read more
corn
Fresh sweet corn is a seasonal pleasure you should enjoy every year! Here's what you need to know about different types of fresh corn, including varieties such as yellow, white, bi-color, Silver queen, and supersweet. Learn how to buy them, store them, grill them, savor them, and cook the best corn on the cob. read more
Fire Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Fennel and Prosciutto
Fire roasting elevates Brussels sprouts to new heights in this recipe for grilled brussels sprouts, fennel, and prosciutto. Marinated Brussels sprouts and shaved fennel are grilled until lightly charred before being combined with the meaty goodness of prosciutto to create a side dish perfect for cookouts and holidays. read more
grilled eggplant parmesan
If you like bland restaurant eggplant parmesan then our grilled version will blow you away. By skipping the deep fryer and hitting the grill, the eggplant's natural flavor remains intact while also adding a nuttiness and sweetness. Add to that real Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and fresh tomatoes and you've got a hit. read more
waldorf slaw
No BBQ or grilling party is complete without coleslaw but unfortunately this beloved side dish can be lacking in flavor. The recipe for a great slaw borrows from the famous Waldorf Salad, replacing lettuce with cabbage before adding apples and walnuts for a crisp, delicate, crunchy, sweet, and sour coleslaw. read more
french string beans
You've heard of French fries, well here are French beans, and they're just as good. Nothing fancy about this great recipe other than the taste. In France they use a variety of bean called haricots vert that is longer and thinner than the typical string bean grown in the US, but you can use plain fresh green beans. read more
grilled romaine salad with anchovy mustard vinaigrette
This salad will change the way you think about grilled vegetables. The grill keeps the lettuce juicy and crunchy but also imparts smoky, meaty flavors to the salad. Serve this one with a fork and a knife. read more
grilled honey butter cabbage
Make boring cabbage extraordinary by hitting the grill, resulting in a crisp, sweet and smoky BBQ side dish. There's something transformative about grilling vegetables and this recipe for honey roasted cabbage is no different, elevating its flavors far above its traditional boring (and odiferous) boiled cousin. read more

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