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Preparing Marinade for Grilled Vegetables

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Grilled Vegetables in Marinade

The healthiest and most delicious are grilled vegetables. Zucchini, onions, eggplant, peppers, potatoes - they turn out great and are especially suitable for a menu in the warmer months of the year - when the market is full of fresh produce and when our body needs lighter foods.

In order for the grilled vegetables to be juicy and tasty, you can pour some marinade over them prior to this, or you can add some spices once they are ready. Here are some suggestions for a marinade for grilled vegetables:

Marinade with mustard and basil

Necessary products: Olive oil, mustard, balsamic vinegar, garlic, basil, salt.

How to prepare: All this is mixed very well, the garlic must be crushed. You can also make the marinade with garlic powder, but its aroma is weaker. It's all a matter of taste.

How much exactly is the amount of products? You also have to decide that for yourself. It depends on how many vegetables you want to cook. With this marinade, let the vegetables sit for at least 2 hours. All of the aromas will be absorbed by the vegetables and the result will be perfect.

Vegetables on the grill

Another suggestion for a vegetable marinade:

Marinade with savory herb

Necessary products: Olive oil, garlic, savory herb, salt, black pepper.

All the ingredients are mixed and the garlic must be pressed again. The vegetables should stay in the marinade. It is very suitable for potatoes.

The mandatory spices are olive oil (or oil), salt and garlic. If you do not like these recipes, you can add various green and fresh spices inside like - parsley, thyme, dill and whatever comes to mind and whatever you like.

If you do not like a lot of acidic food, instead of vinegar add, after the vegetables are cooked, a little lemon juice. It will give a very slight hint of acid. You can also add 1-2 tablespoons of soy sauce to the marinade, but if you do, be careful with the salt, so the vegetables don't get too salty.