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Grilled Vegetables the Easy Way | BBQ Veggies Recipe



You guys loved my Roasted Vegetables the Easy Way so it was about time I put out a BBQ/ Grilled version! Trying to step up my content now that I have a bit more time so let me know what you think! Subscribe for healthy recipes, tips and more: Subscribe for healthy recipes, tips and more: https://youtube.com/marlondoll?sub_confirmation=1

How to Grill Vegetables
1. Wash your vegetables and dry them with a paper towel.
2. The denser vegetables should be cut and cooked smaller than less dense vegetables so that they cook evenly. Turn your BBQ on to Med-High. We want the Grill Hot for Grill Marks!
3. Drizzle olive oil onto the vegetables so that the have a nice sheen. About 2-3 tablespoon for 4 cups of vegetables.
4. BBQ vegetables at 350-450 degrees in for 15-20 minutes, flipping once or twice.

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31 thoughts on “Grilled Vegetables the Easy Way | BBQ Veggies Recipe

  • I would love to eat all of that with a big bowl of hummus bon apetite

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  • I wanna do vegetables and fruit everyday now can I just buy bags of frozen and put them in a skillet and keep doin this routine

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  • Next time you want to grill corn on the cob leave the husk on soak them in water prior to barbecuing. The water inside will cook the corn in the husk. It's like steaming the corn. Yes the outer shell might burn but not a problem you just tear it off after they're done cooking.

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  • Tats is so nice of you !! The way you treated that adamant live audience there(Ofcourse uninvited).

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  • Hey sexy man, please stop cooking with aluminum! The aluminum breaks down even faster when heated and leeches into your food. As you may or may not know, aluminum is a contributing factor to Alzheimer's and dementia and you are toooo adorable to be loosing your memory at a young age, unlike me – "what's my name again?" ❤️

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  • definitely learn something today! I am not a huge Veggie guy but those grilled Veggies looked delicious! plus your fun quirky personality sold me on trying this recipe.

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  • I’m an Australian planning on moving to Vancouver from the Australian bush in 2019. Never realised it has such amazing views. But I’m guessing an apartment like that is expensive as fuck?

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  • Why didn't you offer your neighbor in the background some veggies. When I Bar-B-Q out behind the apartment l always cook up plenty too be offered. It builds good local relationships . More real than social media.

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  • I didn't know you could eat garlic like that huh ?. Is the grill electric? I didn't see any fire. Awesome video ? I'm learning how to eat healthier.

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  • Those veggies look amazing. Thanks for the video!

    PS: That view is worth a million Canadabucks.

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  • How rude was that guy in the background? He could've sat anywhere. What city is this?

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  • sadly Texas fire code prevents me from having a grill at my apartment, but this was a feast for the eyes.

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