The first day of summer is just around the corner and with that comes BBQing. Growing up, the BBQ was always heated every Sunday and we usually ate steak, porkchops or chicken with a baked potato, onions and carrots. The first BBQ with potatoes and carrots from the garden were oh so good... I can just about taste them. During those years we always wrapped our potatoes separately and also the onions and carrots were done in their own packages. Now, I just make a pack and throw whatever vegetable I have in the house~ potatoes, carrots, beans, onions, cabbage, mushrooms, peppers. I have done them with zucchini and summer squash but I find that those vegetables cook faster then the rest so they come out a bit mushy. Now I do put those in a separate pack and grill them and then add to rest of the veggies.
Grilled Veggie Packs
I really don't have a recipe for these. I place tinfoil on a hard service, enough to wrap all the veggies that I put on it. Wash and cut up whatever vegetables that you have.. This one has carrots, mushrooms, onions, and peppers. Sprinkle some seasoning salt and greek seasoning over vegetables. Drizzle a small amount of Maggi Liquid Seasoning. Cut up a few small pats of butter ~ I usually use about 1 -2 teaspoons of butter, depending on many vegetables. Wrap the tinfoil around the vegetables. Place on your grill and cook until they are soft - turn package over frequently so that they won't burn.
This package has carrots, potatoes, beans, mushrooms and cabbage.
Grilled to perfection - potatoes, yams, carrots, beans and onions.
Here are other foods that you can do on your BBQ:
What do you like to BBQ or Grill?
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