While our first grilled dinner of the summer did include a spicy pork for the guys, I made sure there were LOTS and LOTS of vegetables to grill.
I seasoned a couple of them just to see how it would be without the addition of olive oil. Yes, my past life included a
Two of us didn't like the portobellos as much as usual but one did. The eggplants weren't cooked quite enough. I'll go back to salting them and then giving them a quick rinse before seasoning. The zucchini and the rest, plain and simple, were delicious. The show stopper was the corn. Nothing like grilled corn. I did remove the husk though someone suggested leaving it on. But I like the grill marks on the kernel. I just think it makes it taste better that way although i realize that's mostly in my head.
|Left portobello is obviously ready to go! No stem. No "gills". Don't know if that's the real term.|
|Mushrooms soaking in a ziploc. Not environmentally friendly but I can wash them and recycle.|
|Raw corn is ALMOST as good as grilled corn. Aren't they beautiful!?|
|Eggplant is great grilled. Except these ended up needing a bit more time. And no marinade maybe.|
|I am drooling just looking at the corn|
|The men must have been hungry because these onions and even the zucchini could have stood a bit more grilling but they were both still quite tasty.|