Vegetarian Grilling in the Great Indoors |

By Scott Stiffler | June 17, 2015


Grill marks are the way to go, for giving your proteins the perfect look. Photo by Carlye Waxman-Husserl.

BY CARLYE WAXMAN-HUSSERL RDN, CDN | Isn’t it about time vegetarians enjoy a BBQ without sacrificing an animal? Don’t wait for a sunny day to get your grill on! Below are fantastic “feel good” recipes that will make you FEEL like you’re enjoying a BBQ in the Hamptons…minus the ocean and minus the meat.

There are some necessary tools to make this work. I like the larger two-burner grills that have ridges — but if it’s just you, get the smaller one-burner grill pan. Try the Le Creuset cast iron rectangular skinny grill in red ($99 at William Sonoma). Looking for something smaller? Try the All-Clad Nonstick 11” flat iron grill pan ($50 at Bed Bath & Beyond).

If you don’t have an inside grill pan and don’t want to purchase something you will only use for grilling, try buying a regular cast iron skillet ($24.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond).


Makes 1-2 servings

Nutrition Facts for full recipe: 230 calories, 36g protein, 4.5g carbs

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