In the summertime my husband and I cook on the grill a lot. We live in a one bedroom apartment right now so using the kitchen when it is 100+ degrees outside (we're in Texas) can make it miserable inside. We're always trying to cook healthier and actually enjoy eating our vegetables. Sometimes vegetables can get boring and we try and come up with ways to make them even better. Tonight's post is a vegetable skewer recipe that we came up with one day while walking through the supermarket.
We made two different skewers - a tomato and potato skewer and a brussel sprouts skewer.
Our first skewer had a mixture of baby potatoes ("fingerling") and cherry tomatoes.
All you need to do to prep these little guys is wash them. Feel free to snack on the tomatoes while you are prepping! :)
This is a really easy meal for the grill. It adds so much color and makes your meal much healthier by adding in those extra vegetables. I like that we used baby potatoes instead of baked potatoes because you are eating a lot less starch but feeling just as satisfied.
We've made the baby potatoes before using small boiler onions next to them (we've found the little tiny white onions at Central Market before) and it was delicious. We've also used mushrooms on here. I love that you can just switch out the vegetables with whatever you have on hand or are craving for the night.
Bon Appetite! :)