Grilled Summer Vegetables

Grilled To Perfection

This is one of those recipes that’s so easy I almost feel guilty putting it on here. It seems like cheating since it takes all of 4 minutes to prepare, but since the end result is so delicious I’m hoping you’ll overlook the easy peasy manner with which we get to the end result. This is more a preparation trick than a specific recipe because you can honestly grill just about any vegetable this way: potatoes, onions, peppers, etc all taste great and cook in their special pouch right next to whatever meat you’ve got on the grill.

Cutting It Up

What You’ll Need

Fresh Vegetables – I used yellow squash and zucchini and sliced them up

Olive Oil

Garlic Salt and Pepper

Foil

Ready to Grill

Slice up your vegetables and place in the center of a large piece of foil. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle on garlic salt, and pepper. Fold your foil into a pouch so that nothing can escape… you may want to add another piece of foil on top to make sure everything is intact.

On The Grill

Place your foil pouch on your hot grill for 10-15 minutes then remove and you’re ready to eat. The best part? Throw the foil pouch away when you’re done… no dirty dishes involved!

Ready to Eat

About The Chic

Back in 2004 when I was looking to name my events company, I stumbled across the word 'Chic' in an old dictionary. The definition was: β€œa fashionable lifestyle, ideology, or pursuit”. I fell in love with the word and the idea that chic is the pursuit of something better, prettier, or cooler than you are today. Chic isn’t a state of being or even a destination, chic is the journey you take on the way to something greater. ~Rachel

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