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Zesty Grilled Veggies

Zesty Grilled Veggies recipe
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Better-for-you grilled veggies get a flavor boost from Italian dressing and grated Parm. This zesty side is grilled meat's perfect partner.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
7/25/2007
I, too, use olive oil instead of salad dressing because I am alt conscious. Also, I like to add course ground pepper, garlic, and fresh basil. I carmelize onions and then saute' the peppers and zucchini. Pecorino-romano cheese is also good
posted:
7/24/2007
Try adding some fresh asparagus and a sweet onion! This is one of our favorities.
posted:
7/23/2007
I added a few mushrooms but otherwise it was a hit with my whole family. Plan on making this again, again and again.
posted:
7/22/2007
I love grilled veggies, this has a great taste and cooks up quick enough.
posted:
7/18/2007
What a great way to serve fresh garden veggies! We marniated the veggies for about an hour before putting in the oven to roast. The flavors were so good and the left overs made a fantastic cold salad the next day!
posted:
7/17/2007
I like to marinate the veggies in 1/2 cup of salad dressing for several hours then grill. The marinating gives a more intense flavor.
posted:
7/17/2007
i do make this with the veggies and parmesan cheese quite often. however, i use olive oil instead and i add alot of garlic and some coarse ground pepper. i also add yellow squash, red onion, a few slices of potatoes. it gets eaten very fast at our house.
posted:
7/17/2007
This recipe was okay. I didn't like the taste and texture of the Parmesean cheese in the veggies. I would make this again and leave out the cheese.
posted:
7/17/2007
I have also tried this recipe with Sundried Tomato and Oregano dressing, gives it an extra kick, both taste really good.
posted:
7/15/2007
easy to make ... plus delicious
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