Roasted Peppers On the Grill
Not sure how to grill peppers on the grill? It’s easier than you think. Just check out this delicious roasted peppers recipe on the Grilla! Simple and Easy!
- 1 14.4 oz. bag pearl onions
- 1 lb. bag small sweet peppers
- Cooking spray (olive oil, butter, or regular)
- Garlic salt (to taste)
- Black pepper (to taste)
- Steak seasoning (to taste)
Preheat your Grilla to 350 degrees. Hickory pellets work best, but any other flavor will do, as well. Spray the rack with your preferred cooking spray. Cut the tops off the peppers, cut them in half, and remove the seeds. Spray the peppers with cooking spray and cover the peppers with garlic salt, black pepper, and steak seasoning to taste. Place on the top rack for 15-20 minutes to get soft, juicy, roasted peppers.
Why You Should Learn How to Roast Peppers on the Grill
We have to face facts here. Many people love peppers, but they tend to relegate them to a few dishes. Maybe they like to slice them as salad ingredients. Perhaps they dice them to top chilis and stews. But peppers deserve to be loved for what they are.
This recipe illustrates how cooking peppers on the grill can be simple and also provide incredible results. In fact, as you become more comfortable making roasted peppers on the grill, you will no doubt begin to add them to a variety of dishes.
Tips for Substituting and Swapping Ingredients When Cooking Peppers on the Grill
First time learning how to cook peppers on the BBQ? No worries, mate. Follow this recipe to a “T,” and everything will turn out awesome.
However, after you smoke peppers on your Grilla Grill a few times, you may want to start getting a bit experimental with your culinary dealings. Good for you! We encourage swaps and substitutes.
Here are a few ways to switch up this roasted, grilled peppers recipe to give you different outcomes and flavors:
- Try some different types of peppers. For goodness’ sake, please learn about all the varieties of peppers in the world because they are just begging to be on the smoker! For instance, do you like spicier, hotter peppers? You can grill and smoke them! Want to try bigger bell pepper types? Play around to your heart’s content.
- Get crazy with those seasonings. We recommend steak seasoning, pepper and garlic salt. But you can choose whatever is in your pantry. The more you mix and match seasonings and spices, the more unique your side dish will become.
- Use a variety of smoker wood pellets. You already know that our Grilla wood pellets come in different smoker flavors. Be sure to try different ones occasionally. They will honestly change the way your final cooked peppers on the grill taste.
- Add some fruit. Okay, it sounds kooky, but if you add pineapple to the mix, you will bring out entirely new flavors when smoking and cooking peppers on your BBQ. You can keep everything else the same, too.
Your roasted peppers are not going to grill themselves. Get cracking on this memorable, super-easy recipe today.