3 Vegetarian BBQ Recipes You Need to Try

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3 Veggie BBQ Recipes You Need to Try | magazine.co.uk

Meat-free doesn't have to mean salad at your next barbecue. If you're tired of giving the grill a wide berth, try our top 3 vegetarian BBQ recipes - they're easy, tasty and bursting with stunning summer flavours. You'll have the carnivorous crowd converted in no time.

Jamie magazine's Greek Vegetable Kebabs

Image: Jamie Oliver via Pinterest

Jamie is the king of simple food made super. These colourful vegetable kebabs are a delicious mix of halloumi, yellow pepper, courgette and cherry tomatoes, seasoned generously with fresh mint, red chilli, lemon, olive oil and freshly ground black pepper. These aren't just for the barbecue either - you can whip them up quickly and place them under the grill for a taste of summer whatever the weather. Perfect as a snack and for diners big and small (we suggest supervising little ones with skewers)!

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Shelina Permalloo's Griddled Sweet Potatoes
with Mint, Chilli and Smoked Garlic

Image: The Sunshine Diet via The Happy Foodie

We stumbled across this delicious sweet potato recipe on Pinterest (you can find our Vegetarian & Vegan board there too) and thought it looked too delicious not to share! Taken from Shelina Permalloo's "The Sunshine Diet", this is a great crowd-pleaser and ideal if you need to make use of a few leftover sweet potatoes lurking in the cupboard. This recipe is all in the dressing - you can use raw garlic if you want the dish to pack a punch (and don't fancy your chances of a smooch later), or smoked garlic for a gentle BBQ bite. Add cloves, fresh mint, red chilli, virgin olive oil and sherry vinegar for a mouthwatering dressing. Want to add your own twist to it? Why not try feta and pomegranate seeds for a Mediterranean remix?

Olive magazine's Falafel Stuffed Pitas

Image: Olive magazine via Pinterest

Falafel is a simply delicious alternative to your basic burger, packed full of fibre thanks to the hero ingredient - the humble chickpea. You can enjoy with toasted pitas and tomato salsa, or get creative with tzatziki, houmous or even sweet chili for a spicy kick! All you need is a couple of cans of chickpeas, a red onion, garlic, parsley, cumin, coriander, flour, salt and harissa paste to make 16 super tasty falafel burgers to enjoy hot or cold. Simply fry for 3 minutes or barbecue until golden for some tasty meat-free nosh at your next BBQ.

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One thought on “3 Vegetarian BBQ Recipes You Need to Try”

  • Garrod

    BBQ's aren't usually the best place being vegetarian, but I love the look of the sweet potatoes and the falafel. Will have to see if I can make some whilst the sun lasts :)