Summer means grilling season, but luckily you don’t need to miss out on anything. Let us show you the wide variety of veggie skewers you can prepare for your next barbecue party. Starting from good old classic grilled veggie skewers through marinated meatless meat alternatives all the way to complete meals cooked on one kebab. Are you ready?
This smoky kebab recipe features easy homemade seitan topped with an irresistible peanut sauce and is absolutely delicious served with fresh lime and herbs.
Veggie Skewers are the summer version of oven-roasted vegetables. You can mix and match your favourites, marinade them and cook them on a stick. Mushroom, corn, zucchini, eggplant, just to name a few. Here is your easy to make a rainbow of delicious veggies.
These soft and lightly caramelized eggplants are the queen of grilled vegetables. Not to mention black sesame seeds are the crown. There is really no better way to make them this summer. Real crowd-pleaser.
Mushroom lovers, feast your eyes here! They are the perfect vegan food to grill thanks to its meaty texture and its capability to soak up the marinade like a sponge. Flavorful and healthy. You’re welcome.
Step up your game of vegetable skewers. Add some tofu and marinade them in summer’s quintessential staple aka in smoky BBQ sauce. It is a must-try, a must-have, a must-eat.
Bring Thanksgiving a bit closer with this delicious and surprising vegan kabob recipe. Seitan chunks, sweet potatoes, sourdough bread cubes and marshmallows. Just to mention a few.
Shallow-fried tempeh in rich and spicy peanut sesame sauce. It is absolutely delicious. Serve it with rice or quinoa and leafy greens. Now you have a complete meal.
Vegan Sausages are perfect companions to grilled vegetables especially if you use sausages that hold their shape while cooking. It will be a proper meat-free barbecue even if it looks like the real deal.
It is a delicious combination of fruit and veggies, where the teriyaki marinade caramelizes the pineapple and adds an umami flavour to tofu.
Instead of the usual buffalo cauliflower, you might want to give a chance to these grilled cauliflower lollipops. I am sure these can charm any picky eater. Perfect for tailgating and grilling.
It is quite the creative take on using soya balls. Soaking them in a spicy Tandoori marinade will turn them into juicy and tasty “not-chicken balls”.
So, you have tried to grill them on a gas grill, bake them in the oven or cook them on stovetop. But I bet you haven’t tried air fryer. Yet. You definitely should.
If you have veggies that don’t work on a skewer like cabbage, carrot, peas, or beans, don’t worry. Try to make these delicious, bursts of flavour mix veggie patties grilled to perfection.
Emese and Nandi is a wife and husband duo behind the blog, My Pure Plants. They share delicious vegan and gluten-free recipes with detailed step photos, top tips and 1-minute videos. They are advocating for cooking and baking at home from scratch and encouraging everyone to make tasty meals from locally-sourced, organic, whole foods.