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Great recipe but I did change a few things. As we are only two of us, 8 servings was a bit much. Here is what I did: 1/4 cup olive oil, 1 tblsp each balsamic vinegar and soy sauce, 1 tspn brown sugar, pinch of salt and pepper, 2 zucchinis, half each green and red bell pepper, 2 cloves garlic, half a small onion and four mushrooms halved. Boiled five small potatoes, quartered. Pan fried potatoes in a tablespoon butter, added marinated vegetables and pan fried them for about 15 minutes on medium heat. At the ten minute point, I sprinkled a pinch of rosemary over the vegetables. Served with sirloin steak off the grill. This was a great recipe to start with but I just can't follow a recipe to the letter.
Yum!!! Made these this weekend and they were devoured. I threw all my leftover veggies in - carrots, squash, zucchini, broccoli, red onion chunks, green onions. Only change I made was to add a teaspoon of brown sugar. I marinated them for a couple of hours. My grill basket was a little too large for the veggies, so put some alum. foil down. Delish!!
Wowee this is good. I marinaded all day in a ziploc. Just threw in a bunch of veggies that I had in the fridge...peppers, baby bella shrooms, asparagus, onions. It started pouring down rain just as I was stepping out to grill, so cooked in oven...worked fine. Single layer of veggies, 425 dgrees, 12 minutes total, flip at 6 mins.
Great side dish. Since I was cooking chicken in the oven at 425 degrees, I decided to cook them simultaneously. To marinade the vegetables, I cut peppers, onions, squash, butternut squash into squares, put them all into a gallon size plastic bag and poured the marinade in. After shaking the bag vigorously I laid it on the counter, turning it occasionally for a couple of hours. I removed the vegetables, spread them on a cookie sheet and baked them for 8 minutes on each side. Turned out wonderful.
Nice concept though I agree w/ other comments re: too much oil and too long in the marinade (a quick toss will do) but the soy and balsamic are nice additions. We use this approach for nearly all our veggies during grilling season: broccoli cauliflower mushrooms onions potatoes -- all come out great. Also we use a basket-style metal container right on the grill -- it makes cooking much simpler and you can cut the veggies into similar size pieces for equal cooking time.
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