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10 Ideas For Grill'n Fruits and Veggies on the Weber Genesis E-320 Gas Grill

For many folks grilling is about meat, more like MEEEEAT, and the rest of the meal or menu is prepared in your indoor kitchen. The great thing about the Weber Genesis E-320 Propane Gas Grill is that the 12,000 BTU side burner opens up several more options for controlling your cooking and dining experience right on your patio. However, having made that observation, we are always surprised by how many “sides” and even “desserts” can be prepared right on the grilling grate of the E-320.

First things first, the grill grate needs to be thoroughly cleaned and the grate should be well oiled. On top of that, make sure that any vegetables or fruits have been bushed with olive oil, sprayed with cooking oil or hand rubbed with butter. Don’t use your expensive EVOO for this but you can if you wish. Flavored olive oils infused with your favorite seasoning, herbs and spices are wonderful for grilling. Dropped on a medium to med-high temperature grate, several veggies and fruits get wonderful textures and flavors that are a delightful change from raw, steamed, griddled and pan-fried. If you enjoy the flavor of a slightly charred food item, grilling this way is a perfect way to capture that flavor on fruits and vegetables.

Keep in mind that this is not a “close the lid and check back later” cooking technique. When grilling fruits and vegetables it is best to keep a sharp eye on the cooking process. Both veggies and fruits will get soft and squishy or even burnt if left over the flame for too long. When the fruits grill the heat caramelizes the natural sugar and this along with the smokiness from the grill, provides that wonderfully unique grilled flavor.

Here’s how a few vegetable and fruit favorites can be done on the Weber Genesis E-320 Gas Grill.

#1 Asparagus is perfect for this when tossed with some lime, garlic butter and spread out on the grate. Grilling gives it a really different flavor from streaming or even doing it on a George Forman. Great with flavored oils as well.

#2 Fried Green Tomatoes need to be put in a grilling basket or on foil with holes but they have a lot less fat than fried and the char flavor is great.

#3 Eggplant is a favorite whether sliced thin and crisped up or cut thick and done like a veggie steak. This is also true for a sweet onion like the Vidalia. Just brush with EVOO and then drizzle a little Balsamic vinegar on top before turning over.

#4 Leeks and baby bok choy are done the same way. Sliced length-wise and oiled with balsamic, Worcestershire, or soy sauce and placed sliced side down, these are flavor filled.

#5 Corn on the Cob off the grill is a totally different flavor. Pull back the husk to use like a handle, oil up the corn, and put on the grill rotating often.

#6 Grilled Romaine Lettuce or Endive is sliced lengthwise and sprayed with olive or canola oil and placed flat side down. For a Caesar salad with popping flavor, use the chopped grilled Romaine.

#7 Pineapples are a grill favorite. Use fresh cut rings spritzed with cooking oil and go for the grill marks!

#8 Pears and apples are super on the grill, especially when sprinkled with a spice like cinnamon. Brushing them with a little lime juice will keep them from getting brown before you are ready to put them on the grill.

#9 Apricots, peaches, and other soft tree fruits can also be grilled with an eagle eye on the process. Simply remove their pit and grill the halves. Just fantastic with pork.

#10 Bananas can even be grilled. Yes, that’s a Banana on the grill. Use a firm not very ripe fruit that has been hand rubbed with butter. Lightly grill until golden with some grill marks and remove. Slice the banana lengthwise and place the halves flat side down on enough foil to make a packet. Then chop up your favorite dark chocolate candy bar (Snickers and Mounds, YUM) and sprinkle chunks over the banana. Then pull up the foil and seal the packet. Return to the grill two to three minutes until the chocolate is melty.

Cheap Barbeque Grills for Backyard Grills

Grilling is an American favorite past time, especially during the months of summer. Small portable grills are great for camping or if there are only two of you. If you do a lot of entertaining you’ll need a bigger grill. After all the standard size charcoal grill can only handle about four steaks at once. As we add more cooking space, cooking power and additional functionality, the price of the grills starts to rise. Also, the grills start to look more like the appliances in an upscale home’s kitchen-or a restaurant. The cheap barbeque grills cook like a million dollars.

For its “Performer” grill, Weber has taken its classic kettle and added some great functionality. The grill is set into a cart so you now have the work surface you need and won’t have to have a table next to the grill. Weber Performer 22 1/2″ Black Charcoal Grill is less than $350

One great feature is you no longer have to worry about starting the grill: it has Touch-N-Go gas ignition of the charcoal using disposable propane bottles. The cart has a Char-Bin charcoal storage. The unit includes an easy One-Touch cleaning system with a removable black aluminum ash catcher. They’ve also added a heavy-duty plated hinged cooking grate for indirect cooking.
Charmglow Porcelain Series 5 Burner Less than $400 The Charmglow Porcelain 5 Burner Grill has classic styling and heavy-duty cast iron end caps. The 896 square inches of total cooking area allows you to cook for a large group. With 60,000 BTUs of power, this grill also has handy features such as porcelain coated cooking grates and a 12,000 BTU side burner, for preparing side dishes and sauces. This unit has quite a bit of storage as well.

If you like this manufacturer’s products, but want to go up to their next level, try their:
Charmglow 5 Burner Stainless Steel with Rotisserie Less than $600 The spacious cooking surface-926 square inches–and 60,000 BTUs give you the grilling power you need and the unique Rotisserie unit gives you additional menu choices. Multiple storage features with a convenient side table drawer and pull-out trash can cabinet. Side dishes and sauces are easily prepared on the 12,000 BTU side burner. This isn’t really a cheap barbeque grill but it is a value.

There’s a grill for everyone whether you prefer charcoal or gas, big or large, stationary or portable. When grilling keep safety first by placing the grill out of major traffic pathways. Always have a fire extinguisher handy and dispose of coals only when they’re cool to the touch. Never throw hot coals in the garbage.

Cheap Barbeque Grills for Backyard Grills

Grilling is an American favorite past time, especially during the months of summer. Small portable grills are great for camping or if there are only two of you. If you do a lot of entertaining you’ll need a bigger grill. After all the standard size charcoal grill can only handle about four steaks at once. As we add more cooking space, cooking power and additional functionality, the price of the grills starts to rise. Also, the grills start to look more like the appliances in an upscale home’s kitchen-or a restaurant. The cheap barbeque grills cook like a million dollars.

For its “Performer” grill, Weber has taken its classic kettle and added some great functionality. The grill is set into a cart so you now have the work surface you need and won’t have to have a table next to the grill. Weber Performer 22 1/2″ Black Charcoal Grill is less than $350

One great feature is you no longer have to worry about starting the grill: it has Touch-N-Go gas ignition of the charcoal using disposable propane bottles. The cart has a Char-Bin charcoal storage. The unit includes an easy One-Touch cleaning system with a removable black aluminum ash catcher. They’ve also added a heavy-duty plated hinged cooking grate for indirect cooking.
Charmglow Porcelain Series 5 Burner Less than $400 The Charmglow Porcelain 5 Burner Grill has classic styling and heavy-duty cast iron end caps. The 896 square inches of total cooking area allows you to cook for a large group. With 60,000 BTUs of power, this grill also has handy features such as porcelain coated cooking grates and a 12,000 BTU side burner, for preparing side dishes and sauces. This unit has quite a bit of storage as well.

If you like this manufacturer’s products, but want to go up to their next level, try their:
Charmglow 5 Burner Stainless Steel with Rotisserie Less than $600 The spacious cooking surface-926 square inches–and 60,000 BTUs give you the grilling power you need and the unique Rotisserie unit gives you additional menu choices. Multiple storage features with a convenient side table drawer and pull-out trash can cabinet. Side dishes and sauces are easily prepared on the 12,000 BTU side burner. This isn’t really a cheap barbeque grill but it is a value.

There’s a grill for everyone whether you prefer charcoal or gas, big or large, stationary or portable. When grilling keep safety first by placing the grill out of major traffic pathways. Always have a fire extinguisher handy and dispose of coals only when they’re cool to the touch. Never throw hot coals in the garbage.

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