Whether you're a vegetarian or just trying to eat less meat, there are lots of awesome dinners to be had from the grill this summer. That high heat can do wonders for vegetables, too!
These 10 recipes ditch the meat in place of in-season veggies and the results are so satisfying that they're sure to become favorites.
Smoked Gouda, tangy Peppadew peppers, peppery arugula, and creamy Dijonaise jazz up grilled portobello mushrooms and turn them into meatless burgers that rival even the cheesiest of cheeseburgers.
While you can use a bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce for these kebabs, if you have the time it's worth making the homemade sweet and tangy pomegranate-peach barbecue sauce in this recipe.
What's hiding underneath the pile of wilted spinach, sliced avocado, and fresh mozzarella? A thick layer of garlicky ricotta sauce.
Cut a head of cauliflower into thick slabs and season them with honey, lime, and chipotle powder and you've got meatless "steaks" that are hearty and wholesome.
To make this Greek-inspired salad a meal, serve it with warm pita on the side. The salad can be stuffed into the pita to become a satisfying sandwich.
While some veggie burgers aren't firm enough to grill without them falling apart, these can. If you want extra assurance, add another egg to the mix when assembling them.
A bit of cooked millet or quinoa added to the corn and cheese mixture bulks it up and really turns these unique stuffed peppers into a meal.
While this grilled pizza is best with fresh corn, if the season hasn't arrived yet, feel free to use frozen corn. Just sprinkle the kernels on straight from the freezer.
Can nachos be dinner? They absolutely can if you load them with protein and fiber-rich beans and plenty of juicy pico de gallo.
Halloumi is a salty Greek cheese that's dense enough to grill in thick slices. It adds an extra layer of flavor, along with some heft, to these eggplant burgers.