The classics at Polish barbecues are, of course, baked potatoes, grilled peppers, grilled carrots, grilled zucchini, grilled onions, grilled eggplant, and many also add grilled mushrooms. You'll encounter this combo at practically every party where you grill.
It is possible to conjure up many interesting dishes from them. The first idea from the shore - barbecue ratatouille. That's not all - experiment and try how grilled tomatoes, grilled asparagus, grilled celery, grilled radicchio, grilled squash and even grilled corn with butter also taste like. We especially recommend grilled asparagus. They go great with freshly grated Parmesan cheese and olive oil.
An alternative to potatoes is grilled yams. Wrapped in paper or placed on the top shelf in a gas grill, they will taste like campfire potatoes. How about grilled yam and celery French fries? If you combine these classic and less typical vegetables, you can prepare tasty vegetarian skewers.
Vegetables that do not fall apart easily and retain their texture after roasting are ideal for the grill. Here are some suggestions:
Keep in mind that any vegetable can be grilled, but some will require more attention when turning so they don't fall apart. You can also try grilling other vegetables such as zucchini, pumpkin, asparagus, broccoli, or cauliflower to create your own original flavors.
If you want to surprise your guests at a barbecue, you can try some original ideas that are sure to impress their palates. Here are some suggestions:
Remember that you can grill almost anything on the grill, so don't be afraid to experiment with different flavors and textures to surprise your guests.
For the barbecue, you can prepare many delicious dishes in addition to meat. Here are some suggestions:
Remember that you can grill almost anything you can think of on the grill. Experiment with different flavors and textures to prepare delicious dishes for yourself and your guests.