As I've mentioned before, I like stealing other countries' holidays and traditions because it gives me a fun theme to cook to on the day.
Today (but tomorrow in the US) is Memorial Day, and Americans like to celebrate with a weekend of barbecuing and grilling, among other things, so I'm all about that. Sometimes I make burgers, sometimes hotdogs, and sometimes kebobby kebab thingies because if it's one thing I love, it's grilled veg. Charry, smoky, caramelised on the outside, soft on the inside - what's not to love?
Brushing them with a honey-jalapeno dressing before they're grilled and drizzling it over after only makes for a delightful eating experience.
You can use whatever vegetables you like, but I usually like to include cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and onion. These ones had eggplant, capsicum and zucchini too and were pretty awesome.
Being the lazy cook that I am, I don't bother soaking my skewers. I rarely cook over an open flame, and they're not likely to get burned unless under some kind of heat source (like a grill/broiler). However I keep them in the freezer - it does the same thing but without the added hassle of having to try to remember two hours in advance to soak the damn things.
You can find the honey-jalapeno dressing recipe here, with my pumpkin and haloumi salad. Well, one of them anyway!
♥ Grab the Meatless Monday button above and put it in your post, and even on your sidebar if you're feeling generous.
♥ Visit at least one other blogger and leave some love. This is so much more cool if we're in it togetherWhere it says "Name", you might like to add the name of your dish instead or as well.
Hi Stacey. Thanks for the reminder. I have linked up here before but I've just forgotten about your link up. I don't normally cook vegetarian but I often cook something sweet so I'll try to remember your link up next week. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Anne @ Domesblissity xx
Hi I have linked up for the first time. :) RachelReplyDelete
Wow, Stacey, they look delicious! I love the sound of the honey-jalapeno dressing.ReplyDelete
hello and welcome! Thanks so much for adding to the collection, I get so inspired by what people make :)ReplyDelete
Isn't it amazing what can dress up the humble veggie?! I love how these are so easy too xxReplyDelete