Find vegetarian BBQ ideas so that everyone enjoys your next barbecue! We've loads of savoury ideas that vegetarians and meat-eaters alike are sure to love - from barbecued veggie burgers and kebabs, and lots more.
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.
The sweetness of barbecued vegetables is balanced by a tart tomato sauce, which mixes perfectly with simple couscous. A lovely light summer meal that is sure to get you to your five a day.
Mushrooms' delicious distinct flavors come alive on the grill, and take the heat and absorb marinades just like meat, making them the perfect addition to any BBQ menu. If you’re looking for inspiration for that BBQ menu, try this fuss-free recipe for Halloumi and mushroom kebabs.
Just because you're barbecuing doesn't mean you have to use meat. Try these delicious herbed vegetable kebabs either on their own, or paired with your favourite meat kebab.
Large courgette rounds topped with pizza sauce and cheese, then cooked on the barbecue.
Fresh ripe figs are stuffed with goat's cheese, wrapped in vine leaves, roasted on the barbecue, and drizzled with honey. For extra flavour, skewer the figs on rosemary sprigs. Most supermarkets sell vine leaves in brine. If you can't find them, you could wrap the figs with prosciutto instead.
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.
Salty feta and fresh mint combine as a refreshing spread on barbecued courgette slices. Perfect for a summer barbecue.
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.
The heat of a hot barbecue is perfect for making pizza, coming in a close second to an Italian pizza oven! Make an incredible pizza at home using your favourite toppings. Don't be tempted to overload the pizza - it'll cook better with less toppings.