Thick mushrooms like portabella mushrooms are a great substitute for meat. They are thick and juicy enough to even be eaten as a burger.
This may not be the most appealing or popular option, but after adding red pepper flakes and a little char it can be delicious. Usually, cabbage is boiled or sauteed inside of the kitchen, but when prepared on the grill these veggies have a great flavor.
Typically peppers are added to the meat for aesthetic appeal or for flavor. They are highly underrated as a stand-alone entree at a cookout.
Zucchini and Squash
Although these are completely two different types of vegetables, they are a match made in heaven. Prepared on the grill with onions and mushrooms make for a great meal at the cookout.
Corn on the cob
Yes, corn on the cob is a great side at a cookout, but when seasoned correctly it can easily be the main course for the night at the grill.
Onions are typically used to add flavor to meats of other vegetables, but if you cut them in thick slices they can be eaten whole next to the zucchini and corn
Baked beans are an essential part of a cookout, but usually, they are prepared in the kitchen. Putting beans on the grill not only has the potential to be delicious, but it can also be highly convenient. It only has six ingredients, it takes 30 minutes to prepare and you don’t have to worry about cleaning the kitchen afterward.
When it comes to grilling cauliflower steaming it first will help the core become tender. Afterward, you can add things like butter, lemon juice, or barbecue sauce to give it a kick.