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Grilling fruit on the barbecue not only brings out the natural sweetness of the fruit through caramelization, but also imparts a delicious smoky flavour. Fruit can be grilled using different methods such as on skewers, in grill toppers, in a cast iron frying pan or, if fruit is dense enough, right on the grill.
Grilled kebabs aren’t just about the meat — these dessert kebabs are made with kiwi, banana, nectarines, strawberries and cubes of pound cake. Warm them up on the barbecue and then serve them with ice cream.
We marinate apple halves with honey, oil and spices and then grill them until they’re browned and tender. Serve the apples with barbecued pork or as a dessert with a scoop of ice cream.
This summertime dessert cooks up entirely on the barbecue. First grill the peaches, then bake the cobbler in a Dutch oven over bricks on the grill.
Grilling bananas adds a whole new dimension of flavour to the fruit. Use them to make the ultimate banana split, along with our rich Peanut Butter Ganache.
This barbecued dessert really lets the natural flavours of summer fruit shine.
Pineapple grills up beautifully on the barbeque. Cook up a few spears and serve them with ice cream and a sweet bourbon sauce for a summertime dessert.
Grilling adds an added layer of flavour by bringing out the sweet and smoky flavours in vegetables, as well. Grilled vegetables will complement and elevate any barbecued meat, chicken or fish dish. Vegetables can cook right on the grill, in a grill wok, in a cast iron frying pan or in a foil packet.
Ratatouille is a French vegetable stew, typically made with tomatoes, zucchini, bell peppers and herbs. With this version, we cook the vegetables on the barbecue.
You can grill asparagus directly on the grill of your barbecue. This easy side dish is flavoured with basil, thyme, parsley and green onion.
Barbecuing is such a delicious way to prepare vegetables. Use a grill wok or topper so the veggies don’t fall through the grates of the grill.
Cooking a medley of vegetables in a foil packet is the easiest way to create a healthy barbecued side dish.
This grilled corn on the cob is the perfect side dish at a backyard barbecue. It’s seasoned with garlic, fresh herbs and Parmesan cheese.
With a splash of green, these skewers are incredibly eye catching. Try using a mandoline to make uniformed slices of zucchini that are thin enough to bend without breaking.