While on our vacation, we had the chance to visit with some of our readers, who introduced us to the wonder that is Galeo’s Miso Ceasar dressing! We absolutely loved this tangy, tasty stuff and couldn’t wait to try it out in a few recipes of our own.
Today, we decided to fire up the grill again, and use this tasty spread as a marinade for a fresh new twist on one of our favorites, grilled vegetables. Hey now, we see you rolling your eyes,
Grilled veggies again?”
In a word, YES! We decided, after reading an article in “Fresh and Fabulous” by Cuisine Lite, that we wanted to revisit this recipe. The article offered a list of recommended grilling times for various vegetables, and we wanted to see if adhering to these times might make a difference.
With that in mind, bring you Miso Veggies a’la Fatty.
For this recipe you will need:
- Galeo’s Miso Ceasar dressing
- 4 zucchini
- 4 Bell Peppers
- 1lb button mushrooms
Start by washing your mushrooms and slicing off the stems. Set mushrooms in a tray and put aside, but be sure to leave room for your other veggies!
Next, hull and slice your bell peppers into quarters. Set these in the tray as well.
Slice zucchinis in half, lengthwise, and set these in the tray.
Now, spoon your Galeo’s Miso Ceasar dressing over the vegetables, drizzling it over each veggie evenly. Set aside for an hour.
Then place your veggies on the grill. The timetable offered by the magazine, suggests the following times:
“8-10 Minutes …Bell Peppers, seeded and halved”
“5-7 minutes…zucchini, sliced diagonally, one inch thing” (we say lengthwise, but it’s the same idea.)
“4 minutes…mushrooms, left whole”
In addition to our Miso veggies, we also thought it would be fun to prepare some basil and lime buttered corn on the cob. Corn grills beautifully, but you have to check on it, and turn it frequently to make sure you get a nice golden color to it.
For This recipe you will need:
- 1/4 cup of butter
- 2 limes
- cut fresh basil
- 4 corns on their cobs.
Combine the butter, juice of two limes, and freshly chopped basil into a measuring cup. Melt the butter in a microwave for 1 minute, till melted. Stir the concoction, to make sure all ingredients mesh,
Next, lay fresh;ly husked and washed corn in a tray, and drizzle the butter solution over. It may look a bit strange, but don’t worry, the basil is just for flavoring and mostly burns off on the grill.
You can also use Galeo’s Miso Ceasar dressing as a marinade on the corn, we did this on one cob and very much enjoyed it.
-To You’re Health!