These colourful grilled vegetables, topped with a fresh tomato and basil salsa and creamy Camembert cheese, make a wonderful vegetarian main course. The vegetables could also be cooked, all at the same time, on a barbecue. Enjoy with toasted ciabatta slices and a green salad.
While you can get some smoked flavour by adding wet wood chips to the hot coals, you can get much more flavour using an electric smoker. Serve these veggies as a side to your steak, or assemble into a wonderful roasted veggie sandwich.
This pizza is made on an outdoor barbecue. The results are great and plenty of variations would work. The trick is to barbecue one side of the pizza base first, then add the toppings.
The word Barbeque makes most vegetarians cringe - and quite rightly - an unadulterated meat feast is not where they feel comfortable. Win the heart of a vegetarian by making a little effort to wow them with this recipe.
This a simple vegetarian starter or main that is perfect for a summer dinner party.
A super-delicious vegetarian dish, which is wonderful as a starter or a main course. Grilled portabello mushrooms are topped with mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce.
Squares of cooked polenta are topped with blue cheese then warmed through on the barbecue. You could easily do this under the grill, too. An easy and delicious vegetarian addition for a summer BBQ party.
This spicy marinade is great for Quorn® pieces or chicken. Very easy and a great way to prepare Quorn®.
This is probably the best tasting carrot soup that you'll ever taste. Carrots are cooked in a BBQ smoker, then simmered in a curry-spiced stock, before being blended with cream.
Really healthy vegetable burgers made with kidney beans, vegetables, garlic and ginger. My OH thinks they're great and that they are nicer than the meaty variety.
The special thing about this recipe is that it's so simple. Fresh asparagus with a little olive oil, salt and pepper is cooked quickly over high heat on the barbecue. This is best made with sweet British asparagus that's in season. Enjoy the natural flavour of your veg!
Tequila, garlic and lime give portobello mushrooms a delicious Latin American kick. Serve these as a side to barbecued meats, or as part of a vegetarian barbecue.
Cooked carrots, summer squash and courgette are stirred into oats, cheese and egg with some stock and soy sauce added for colour and taste - a great alternative to beef burgers. Chill for at least 1 hour, then shape into thick burgers and pan fry, grill or barbecue.
Made with bulgur wheat, cashews and sunflower seeds. For best results, these burgers need to be chilled before you cook them. They can be barbecued, grilled or pan-fried. This recipe makes six generous nut burgers.
A simply delicious BBQ veg main or side to your favourite barbecued meat.
I had a head of radicchio (also called red chicory) from my farm box (which I don't really love - it's usually rather bitter), and didn't know what to do with it. I decided to barbecue it, thinking that the bitterness might turn to nuttiness, and I was right! I barbecued slices of halloumi alongside, and chopped and tossed it all with some Greek dressing. Was it ever good!
Great for your vegetarian guest, or as a change to potatoes as an accompaniment for your favourite bbq'd meat and fish.
The meatiest of veggie burgers. Serve on a fresh crusty roll with garlic-infused mayonnaise.
A few simple ingredients make really tasty meat-free burgers. If you want to barbecue them, the best method is to cook the burgers in advance and just heat them up over the coals, as this prevents them from sticking to the grilling rack. A crisp side salad is all that is needed with the burgers in their sesame-topped buns.
These protein-packed veggie burgers are made with a delicious high-fibre combo of Brazil nuts and red kidney beans, plus carrots for moistness. They are served in buns, topped with a juicy fruit chutney.