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Skewered—touché! (fruit / vegetables / tofu / cheese)

[Cover photo by Kim127.] Fruit, vegetables, tofu and/or cheese grilled on skewers. The Skewered—touché! series also includes cookbooks for skewered meat , poultry and seafood .
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This recipe is for people who are more into spicy desi food. U can serve these kababs as appetizers, with Daal Chawal or even make Bun Kababs from them. For people who like their kababs crispier they can roll the kababs in bread crumbs after dippen them in eggs. Also before making every kabab if u put some oil in the palm of yr hands they won't stick & the shape would come out better.

Recipe #230917

2 Reviews |  By Rita~

Yummy, squeaky and salty! A must try! Grilled cheese and olives! You can serve with wedges of pita as an appetizer or straight off the skewers.

Recipe #142458

Easy, really good way to have a vegetarian cook out. Fresh vegetables are SO GOOD!

Recipe #136367

I adore potatoes on the grill. Prep time includes marinating time.

Recipe #119085

This is an adopted recipe that my husband raved over. I used a Pesto Jack cheese and hunks of leftover roasted garlic ciabatta rolls for the bread. It was FABULOUS. Of course, who doesn't like melty cheese and garlic? The original chef states: "These do not require a very hot fire, so the perfect time to cook them is over the embers, right after you take the main course off the grill."

Recipe #115858

I love to grill, and I especially love those veggies!!!! This recipe will work well on indoor grills also, but I just prefer mine over the good old timey charcoal grill.

Recipe #108165

A nice low-sodium appetizer if you have a grill. Use more thyme if you like; I particularly like thyme but other herbs could be substituted. Serve the mushrooms by themselves or with some of the marinade as dipping sauce. Cooking time is marination time.

Recipe #103442

This recipe was posted in one of our local newspapers and it was so good I just had to share it with ZAAR.

Recipe #97757

22 Reviews |  By Rita~

Use metal skewers so no need for soaking. With the left over veggies I made a yummy Grilled Veggie Tortellini Salad #93104.

Recipe #93267

4 Reviews |  By ellie_

These skewers are great at a barbecue and it's easy to double or half the recipe. Recipe adapted from Bon Appetit (June 2004)

Recipe #91024

1 Reviews |  By Bergy

The number of servings will vary depending on the size of the avocados & mangos. This can be served as an appetizer or a side dish for a great BBQ - Try it with Chicken kebobs

Recipe #70315

5 Reviews |  By Kree

I got this from the DIY network website, and I'm saving it here to try soon! It looks like a great way to grill your veggies! Prep time includes time to cut up veggies.

Recipe #68275

Great to serve with pork chops or roasted pork loin.

Recipe #8474

This is one of Rachael Ray's recipes. It's perfect for those of us with overgrown rosemary! (and the end of season veggies in our gardens!)

Recipe #188167

Vegetables marinated in a fruit, wine and garlic sauce. From Healing Heart Foundation recipes site.

Recipe #148146

From a whole foods flyer. These are easy and fun to grill up. Even our non vegan friends like them. The sweet and spicy mustard is definitely the key. These are good as a main dish or an appetizer.

Recipe #125444

Found this on side of jar, TRUE! Never had satay sauce made from apple sauce, have you? Sounded YUMMY as can be, Hope someone will try and their review we see!

Recipe #124062

This is awesome!!! I found the recipe in the Thursday magazine{Feb 26- March 3 ' 2004}. This was submitted by Seizal H. Kapadia. Enjoy!

Recipe #120859

This sounds so good, an easy summer time treat to have with any BBQ. The recipe comes from meals in minutes for People with Diabetes.

Recipe #115025

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