Simple Grilled Vegetable Kabobs, a perfect side for steak


Scallions or pearl onions, peeled and left whole (you can also do big chunks of or red, which and yellow onion)
Any color cherry or grape tomatoes, washed and whole (you can also do big chunks of beef steak tomatoes)
Whole baby portabello or button mushrooms, cleaned (you can also do big chunks large mushrooms like portabello)
red, yellow or green peppers, cut in big chunks
asparagus spears, whole or in big slices
par boiled waxy new potatoes, whole, haved or in big chunks
cucumber, zucchini or summer squash, in big slices
eggplant, peeled or not, in big chunks or whole if small


Alternate peppers, onions, tomatoes, and mushrooms on 8 skewers.
Coat grill rack with cooking spray; place on grill over medium coals.
Place kabobs on rack, and cook 15 minutes or until vegetables are tender, turning and basting frequently with Dill Salt, lemon juice and olive oil mixture.


But there I was, in the oppressive heat of an Eastern China summer. With no outdoor space of my own to cook in, I hit the streets. BBQ's of all shapes and sizes pop up out of every nook and cranny. Whole fish, legs of lamb, sides of beef, and pork shoulders can be found on the more elaborate. A whole range of types, shapes and sizes of tofu can be found on others. Baby birds and whole skinned frogs are also not hard to find. Mystery meat is prevalent on many.

By far, they most interesting to me are the vegetables.


Monday, May 26, 2014 - 6:54am


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