9 Reviews

Great way to cook veggies on the grill! This is how we'll do it from now on. Used yellow & orange bell peppers, broccoli florets, onion, squash and zucchini. We also put some artichoke hearts on a skewer to quick-grill them and added them to the mix.

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Fayster July 04, 2011

Loved it! Versatile, attractive, and easy. The only thing I would do differently next time is bake it longer -30 minutes instead of 25. I did have them in foil but switched it to a casserole so the photo would look the way I wanted it to. I have some leftovers so tomorrow for lunch I plan on making a pizza-crust from Healthy Italian Breadsticks or Pizza Crust, pesto, leftover veggies, and cheese.

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WiGal September 05, 2009

I tried this recipe both ways. The first time I followed the recipe to the letter, except I used olive oil cooking spray instead of olive oil, just because to reduce the calories. The first time I baked the veggies and they turned out great. The second time, the only other change outside of the cookins spray was that I used dry Italian seasoning because I was out of basil. I grilled the veggies on my George Foreman grill that second time and it turned out delicious! I'll be cooking this again! Both times I used Zucchini, yellow squash and yellow peppers.

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princess_omayra July 06, 2008

Really good recipe...I also baked the veggies...turned out wonderful...will definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing.

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SharonP November 10, 2007

This recipe was very, very good!! We used green beans, broccoli, zucchini, and yellow pepper. As far as herbs, we used 2 cloves of garlic, fresh basil and rosemary. It was just the right amount of herbs to flavor the vegetables. We also made ours with the orange-rosemary chicken by evelyn/athens and it has you use hickory chips on the grill. The hickory was also wonderful in flavoring our vegetables. This will be made often by us this summer (with different vegetables, depending on our mood/what we're having them with). Thanks for posting such a wonderful recipe.

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Kohtzy June 22, 2007

This is such an amazingly simple and good recipe. I did 5 cups of vegetables--a red and a yellow pepper, an onion, and a small head of broccoli. I also used a whole bunch of herbs and spices, including lots of pepper... and the results were fantastic! I will be making this all summer. Thanks, Jess! UPDATE: I did this in the oven with broccolini and it came out great. I just eyeballed some olive oil and sea salt, and did at the suggested 350 for forty minutes. Excellent.

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juniperwoman April 30, 2007

This was great! I used frozen veggies(not thawed) and it still only took 20 minute(exactly!) This made a great side dish with pork chops. Thanks for the recipe!

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BestTeenChef April 23, 2006

These vegetables make a great addition to cookouts. I used a combination of broccoli, red and green bell peppers, squash and onions. The cook time was perfect and this made an excellent side dish for Orange - Rosemary Chicken Orange - Rosemary Chicken by evelyn/athens.

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PaulaG April 09, 2006

Very easy and tastes very good if fresh basil is used. A little extra garlic could be added easily without overhwleming the herbs. I ate most of this by myself with rice. My toddler also liked her share.

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Missy Wombat July 28, 2003
Grilled Herbed Vegetables