Vegan Grill Recipes for an easy start to the BBQ Season
Vegan grill recipes? Do some people think being Vegan and grilling does not fit together? They wonder if you are really serious when you say that! Here we will introduce a variety of delicious vegan grill recipes that will convince anybody to the contrary. As you can see, there are numerous BBQ recipes that are completely vegan! Who wants to grill vegan must not only eat tofu sausages. We have delicious recipes, including veggies, salads, vegetable skewers, vegan marinades, and sauces. and veggie burgers that won’t crumple on the BBQ.
Vegetables from the grill have a great smoky taste and are really good. This makes grilling fun. If you are keen on experimenting, try seitan or tempeh as an alternative to tofu. You will definitely taste the difference. Let yourself be inspired by the diverse preparation possibilities. Look at the astounding variety of Vegan grill recipes. Try it for your next grill party.
Amazing Vegan Grill Recipes To Enjoy The BBQ Season
This Spicy Grilled Cauliflower Summer Bowl is a fresh, tasty dish made with spicy grilled cauliflower, a fresh salad, and black rice tossed with a refreshing mint coriander oil.
More Recipes >GET READY TO HAVE FUN WITH VEGAN GRILL PARTY IDEAS
BARBECUE SEASON FOR VEGAN SOMETIMES SUCKS BUT NOT FOR YOU
Thanks to a smart blend of black beans and tempeh, the texture of these burgers is the bomb diggity. With only seven ingredients, you too can mow one of these monsters down in no time. (via Wholesome Soybean)
Kick off your summer cookout with this deliciously tasty and easy to make Grilled Eggplant Stack! Slice eggplant, season with paprika, and then grill until it begins to crisp. Layer with a savory roasted red pepper sauce and served with simple sides of corn and sliced avocado.
Hearty black beans and oats keep these patties together for a veg burger that won’t crumble at first bite. Packed with umami-rich flavors, these will be your Meatless Monday grillin’ go-to. (via Nourish Atelier)
HOW YOU CAN HAVE A RAW VEGAN BARBECUE TIME THIS SUMMER
Grilled Vegan Portobello Burger With Black Bean-Beet Patty: Ruby-hued patties are nestled between two grilled portobello caps for the ultimate low-carb burger option. Smother it with hummus for extra protein. (via Nutriplanet)
This Mediterranean-inspired Grilled Vegetable, Olive Flatbread, and Hummus Plate is the perfect summer meal for serving outside on warm evenings. The flavors of the grilled spelt flatbread flavored with olives and herbs, quick and easy hummus, and grilled hummus and zucchini all work in harmony together. Marinated lives and juicy cherry tomatoes on the side add more color and flavor to the plate. Serve with a big, green salad on the side with plates,
You’ll be using your grill two ways in these Mediterranean Grilled Chickpea-Stuffed Avocados: for cooking up some crispy chickpeas, and for getting perfect grill marks on avocado halves! As if avocados themselves couldn’t be any better, right? The grilled avocado halves are stuffed with a colorful mixture of tomato, cucumber, grilled chickpeas and drizzled with a generous amount of tasty tahini sauce.
This fresh, summery Za’atar Grilled Eggplant Salad combines soft grilled eggplants and lots of fresh herbs. Make a big batch since cold leftovers make great pita fillings with hummus and extra greens. Serve with a big squeeze of lemon for a refreshing kick.
DELICIOUS VEGAN BARBECUE RECIPES – A DELIGHT
This jaw-dropping vegan burger is *brimming* with veggies and protein. Using chickpeas for binding, the patties are spiced to perfection for a meal that’s as delicious as it is nutritious. (via Wholesome Patisserie)
Who ISN’T a fan of tacos? These spicy, sweet, and filling Chili Lime Lentil Tacos are not only packed with protein from lentils, but they go the extra mile with a salsa made from grilled peppers, onions, and pineapple. They’re awesome on their own, but taste even better with a dollop of vegan sour cream or mashed avocado.
Tofu Bánh Mì Vegan Sliders: Vietnamese-inspired sliders put a fab spin on the bánh mì sandwich as we know it. (via The Stingy Vegan)
Looking for an easy meal to enjoy with company? Try these Grilled Sweet Potato Boats With Black Bean Mango Salsa! No flipping necessary or poking. No nothing. Just stand around and enjoy your company. Serve this as a side dish or as a light main dish over a bed of kale.
Amazing Vegan Grill Recipes To Enjoy The BBQ Season
If this platter doesn’t make you swoon, we give up. Spiced with fragrant and flavorful Indian spices, these glorious burgers are fiery, tangy, and just a little bit messy — how a burger should be! (via Turmeric n’ Spice)
Chicken of the Woods is a mushroom also known by its fancy name, Laetiporus. It’s a bright orangey-yellow shelf mushroom with a texture similar to chicken and a soft, lemony scent. In this awesome Grilled Chicken of the Woods Sandwich, these tasty mushrooms are cooked in a cast-iron skillet with seasoning until golden and crispy before being baked in the oven. You can assemble the sandwich any way you like — with vegan cheese, onions, greens, etc… You’ll be amazed by just how chicken-like this sandwich tastes.
For a delicate dish with citrusy notes, look no further than this Grilled Apricot and Endive Salad. Set atop a bed of baby spinach, the bitterness of the endives balances perfectly with the sweet apricots and the apricot-mint dressing ties the whole dish together. Garnish with crushed, toasted hazelnuts for a nice, nutty touch.
Kick off barbecue season with some Sticky Miso Grilled Veggie Skewers! Zucchini, mushrooms, and tempeh each bring their own texture in these delicious umami vegetable skewers. The zucchini is soft, the mushrooms are meaty, and the tempeh is firm but meaty. As you grill them, the sticky miso sauce begins to caramelize a little, enhancing its flavor even further. Serve with grains as a main dish or make a bunch for your barbecue.
Photo: Laura Lea Goldberg
Laura Lea Goldberg found a way to get the same taste sans fire, using two all-time (plant-based) favorites, chickpeas and sweet potatoes. Her barbecue loaf recipe from her new cookbook is loaded with protein—in fact, it rivals your classic, carnivore-approved meatloaf in terms of grams of the fueling nutrient.
Often it is the eating and lifestyle habits that cause weight problems. Why not establish a new and healthier lifestyle?
Join the new knock-your-socks-off membership of Bright Line Eating® Click here.
If you need help with losing weight and keeping on track, the Bright Line Eating program is a great program to support. It is based on cutting-edge psychology and neuroscience. Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. It is focused on establishing healthier eating habits and is also compatible with a vegan diet.