Vegan Bbq

We are going to have a cook-out this weekend. I am wondering what are any Vegan foods that are good for a BBQ and/or cooked on the charcoal grill? Morning Star products I believe have eggs and milk in them which would not be an option for me. Also I don’t eat honey. And I hate mushrooms. What I found out was – I like making vegan chili cheese fries (oven): Get the sea salt julianne cut fries in the frozen section (or sweet potato fries, etc) Cook them as directed. 5 minutes before finishing ad grated “follow your heart” or “daiya” cheese. Cook up any Amy’s spicy vegan chili (or medium) so it is hot and ready to go when the fries are. Then scoop the chili over the fries in a glass serving dish. Also vegan sausages. I prefer field roast vegan sausage in chipotle flavor. Hopefully you can find them, if not go with tofurky. Vegan burgers. Amy;s are good, there are any others as well. Grilled veggies, like peppers and asparagas.


9 replies on “Vegan Bbq”

  1. Alex Jeffs says:

    Morning star farms has some good burgers, hot dogs and you also go to Farmers Joe and get the meatless chicken wings. Put the vegatarian beans on the grill, add crumblers by morning star to them and pineapple and honey let them bake while the burgers and dogs cook. Make a potato salad w/o eggs add relish and other things in the salad, also have a green salad with corn, green beans, lettuce, tomato, green onions, bell pepper green, and red, grapes, sliced onion, and add dressing w/o egg to it.

  2. Florida Lowell says:

    grilled Cauliflower steaks

    believe it or not they are AMAZING
    they taste great, and you can even marinade them in a little olive oil, soy sauce, garlic, and lemon juice. or just brush on your favorite spices with a little olive oil

    you can also slice romaine hearts and grill them until they just start to char, and season with a little vinaigrette

  3. Mindy Baghwan says:

    just cook veggies!

  4. Wizard XXX says:

    Seitan skewers or eggplant steaks.

  5. Andy Robot says:

    Barbecued Tofu

    * 1 pound extra firm tofu, well pressed and sliced into 3/4 inch rectangles
    * 3/4 cup barbeque sauce
    * 3/4 cup brown sugar
    * 1 tsp chili powder
    * 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
    * 3/4 cup orange juice concentrate
    * salt and pepper to taste

    Whisk together the barbecue sauce, sugar, chili powder, pepper and orange juice over medium low heat about 3 minutes.

    Place the barbecue sauce mixture in a wide flat dish, and place the tofu in the sauce, coating both sides well.
    Allow to marinate for at least two hours.

    Grill for 4 or 5 minutes on each side, brushing with additional sauce.

    Sprinkle with salt and pepper just before serving.

    Grilled Eggplant

    * 3 cloves garlic
    * 2 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro
    * 1 onion
    * 2 tsp brown sugar
    * 2 tbsp lime juice
    * 1/2 cup chopped fresh basil
    * 2 eggplants

    In a food processor, process the garlic, cilantro, onion, sugar, lime juice and basil.

    Slice the eggplant in thick, flat slices and place on grill, basting with the garlic, onions and herbs mixture, reserving half of the mixture.

    Allow eggplants to grill for about 15 minutes, turning once.

    Top with remaining onion and herb mix and serve hot.

    Grilled pineapple and coconut

    * 2 tbsp honey or agave nectar
    * 2 tbsp dark rum
    * 1 tsp lemon juice
    * 4 or 5 slices fresh pineapple
    * 1 cup flaked coconut

    Whisk together the honey, rum and lemon juice in a wide dish. Add the pineapple and coat well. Allow the pineapple to marinate for at least one hour in the refrigerator.

    Lightly grease your grill and fire up to a medium heat.

    Coat the pineapple with coconut on both sides, pressing the coconut into the pineapple to get it to stick.

    Grill on both sides for about 8 to 10 minutes.

  6. Randi Jackson says:

    Veggie kabobs! Get some bamboo skewers and slide on chopped vegetables like bell peppers and zucchini and brush on some olive oil and seasonings.

    You could also try corn-on-the-cob (grilled with husk, of course).

  7. Daytona Eaddy755 says:

    tempeh is really good:

  8. Bright Eyes Robot says:

    portabello mushroom caps may be delicious,
    tofu and veggie kabobs,
    and they make any pretty good veggie burgers these days.
    Or you could make your own.

  9. Jasmine Richards says:

    I would double check the morning star bbq because not all of them have dairy. . and I want to say that I remember the bbq not having any dairy but not 100% sure. It is Deliciouss by the way

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