Grilled Carrots – A Plant-Based BBQ Side Dish

grilled carrots

Grilling carrots is a surprisingly tasty plant-based BBQ side dish. They have a sweet, smoky flavor that pairs well with grilled steak or beef.

For the best results, coat carrots with oil before grilling. This will help develop the charring on them while they cook.

Rainbow Carrots on the Grill

Rainbow carrots are a beautiful and healthy addition to any meal. They are a great source of fiber, potassium and vitamins C and K. And they have a sweet and savory flavor that is perfectly suited for the grill.

These grilled carrots are delicious and easy to make! They are a great side dish to bring to your next barbecue or holiday dinner. You can also use them as a side for your favorite weeknight meals!

You’ll love the sweet, savory, and buttery flavors of these roasted rainbow carrots. They come together in just 35 minutes and are super easy to make!

Whether you’re making them for a holiday or as a weeknight side dish, these roasted carrots are a must try. They are lightly caramelized around the edges, crisp tender in the center, and flavored with rosemary, thyme, and parsley!

They’re so quick and easy to make that you can even roast them ahead of time. Just store them in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. They will reheat in the microwave or under the broiler when you’re ready to serve them!

Toss the carrots in oil and season with salt and pepper. If desired, add a bit of balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, honey (if using), and a sprinkling of fresh herbs.

You can roast the carrots in the oven or on the grill. If you decide to use the grill, preheat the grill to medium-high heat. Once the grill is hot, place the carrots on the hot side of the grill and cook for about 4-5 minutes on each side.

Move the carrots to indirect heat and continue cooking until they’re tender. This may take another 14-18 minutes.

Then, glaze the carrots with the butter, brown sugar, and honey. This will give them an extra sweet and savory flavor.

These roasted carrots are the perfect accompaniment to your burgers or chicken. They will keep your guests coming back for more! This recipe makes about 6 servings.

Grilled Carrots Balsamic

The secret to making these grilled carrots sweet and tender is a balsamic glaze. The sweet and savory glaze adds flavor to the carrots without adding any extra calories or fat. It also allows the vegetables to maintain their shape so that they look great on your plate.

These caramelized roasted carrots are the perfect side dish for any holiday meal, especially with a roast chicken or turkey! They are easy to make, healthy and taste gourmet.

They are also a great way to use up leftovers! This recipe is made with pantry friendly ingredients like olive oil, balsamic vinegar and honey.

In addition, these roasted carrots are budget friendly, gluten free and vegan! They are ready in 30 minutes and can be served as an appetizer or a side dish.

Before you start preparing the carrots, it is important to dry them off. Any remaining moisture will inhibit the cooking process and prevent them from caramelizing properly.

After you have rinsed and dried the carrots, spread them out on a baking sheet. Drizzle with oil, maple syrup and rosemary, season with salt and pepper and toss to evenly coat the carrots.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F and roast the carrots for 20 minutes. After the carrots have been roasted, you can then make the balsamic glaze.

While the carrots are roasting, whisk together all of the balsamic glaze ingredients in a small bowl or jar and shake until the oil is emulsified. Once the carrots have cooled, pour the glaze over them and toss to evenly coat the carrots.

Once the carrots are glazed, transfer them to the grill. Depending on the size of your carrots, you may need to turn them multiple times or move them from one side of the grill to the other in order for them to cook through evenly.

This recipe is easy to make and it’s a perfect side dish for any occasion! You can even make them ahead of time and store them in the refrigerator until you’re ready to serve them.

Grilled Whole Carrots

Grilled carrots make a tasty and healthy side dish that pairs perfectly with steak. They are a great addition to any meal and can be made in a matter of minutes on the grill!

Grilling carrots makes them very tender. The high heat and direct flames can burn them quickly, so it is important to rotate the carrots often on the grill. Also, be sure to use a higher rack so that the carrots do not fall through the grates.

You can get a grilled, smoky flavor by first charring the carrots on the hot side of the grill. Once they are charred all over, move them to the cool side of the grill and close the lid. This will give them the charred, smoky flavor without burning the bottoms of the carrots.

While they are cooking, spritz them with lemon juice for an added zing of brightness! They also taste delicious with a splash of honey or maple syrup.

Carrots are a staple vegetable in my kitchen and are one of my favorite sides to serve. They go well with many different foods and are an excellent source of vitamins A and C.

They are also a great source of fiber, manganese, potassium and calcium. They are also low in sodium and calories.

For a more unique twist, try making rainbow carrots using a mix of purple, red, yellow and orange carrots. These carrots are not only visually stunning, but they have an amazing flavor!

A quick marinade with olive oil, salt and pepper makes these glazed grilled carrots an easy side dish for any meal. This is also a recipe that you can make ahead and enjoy the next day.

If you like a more spicy flavor, try adding some Sriracha sauce to the glazed grilled carrots as the last step of the grilling process. This will add an extra kick of heat that you won’t find in regular glazed grilled carrots.

These grilled carrots pair well with beef, chicken and pork. They are also a good side dish to make for parties or any other event where you will be serving food.

How Long to Grill Carrots

Grilling carrots is a great way to add some sweetness and smokiness to your meal. They are also easy to make and a delicious option for a summer or fall side dish.

The trick to making grilled carrots is to make sure they are seasoned well and cooked through. This is done by preparing them before they go on the grill and checking them often to make sure they are not burning or getting charred too quickly.

Before placing them on the grill, coat them with oil. This will help develop a nice char and make sure that the inside of the carrots are not dry.

Once they have been tossed in the oil, place them on the grill and cook for about 15 minutes. This will give them time to develop a good char on all sides. Then, move them to indirect heat to finish cooking them until they are tender.

If you are using a gas grill, be sure to preheat the grill to medium heat before adding the carrots. After the first few minutes of grilling, be sure to turn the carrots frequently so that they get a good char on all sides.

After they have been grilled for about 15 minutes, you can move them to the cooler side of the grill to finish off cooking. This will help the carrots to be tender and cooked through while still maintaining that char on all sides.

You can also serve grilled carrots with a simple lemon sauce. If you want a sweeter flavor, you can add a little honey or maple syrup to the sauce before serving it on top of the grilled carrots.

Another great option is to use a foil pack instead of putting the carrots on the grill directly. The foil will keep the carrots from being prone to burns and ensure that they are all cooked at about the same time.

After the grilled carrots are cooked, brush them with a mixture of butter, brown sugar and honey. You can add a pinch of salt, too. This glaze is the perfect finishing touch for these grilled carrots!