Why heat up your kitchen to cook vegetables when you can get crisp-tender texture and deep, smoky char from your grill? Here are our proven methods for getting the best results.
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1. Build a Medium-Hot Fire: Most vegetables respond better to moderate heat than to a blazing fire. To test the temperature of your grill, hold your hand 5 inches above the grill grate. You should be able to hold it there for three to four seconds.
2. Make the (Right) Cut: Preparing vegetables for the grill is all about maximizing their surface area to increase flavorful browning, and cutting shapes that discourage them from falling apart or slipping through the grill grates.
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3. Brush with Oil: Applying a thin layer of extra-virgin olive oil to vegetables (except corn) beforeRead More »from 5 Grilled Vegetable Tips from the Pros