The thing to know about grilling beets is the method is much the same as if you were roasting them (in other words: there's very little learning curve here!). You'll douse them with a little olive oil, wrap in a foil pouch and put on the grill until tender, usually about 20 minutes or so.
At this point, many cooks will let them cool to the touch, slice and re-oil each, and place them back on the grill to get those nice char marks. They'll have a deep smokiness that typical roasted beets just don't have, and can be done at the same time that you're grilling other things — just give them their own little piece of real estate on the barbecue.
Have you ever tried grilling beets?
Get Inspired with a recipe:
- Grilled Beets with Dilled Cucumbers - Martha Stewart
- Grilled Beet Salad with Almonds and Dried Cranberries - One Green Planet
- Grilled Beet Salad - Kimberly Hasselbrink for The Etsy Blog
- Grilled Beets with Goat Cheese and Walnuts - The Food Network
- Grilled Beet and Hummus Stuffed Pita - Naturally Ella
(Images: Martha Stewart)