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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Grill Roasted Veggies with McCormick's Montreal Steak Seasoning

We're all familiar with adding Montreal Steak Seasoning to meats (it's really good in hamburger and marinade), but I wanted to remind everyone it's great on grilled vegetables too! It was the only seasoning I used in this simple pasta dish, no extra garlic, no onion, no herbs-it was light and very tasty:@)
As the tomatoes cook the skin will char, then it's easily removed (if you'd like). 
Before serving company you might want to give the tomatoes a light mash and cut the zukes in half. 
This presentation was fine for me:@)

My favorite grill pan, stainless steel un-coated, there are many different sizes and styles. 
I put it on the grill while pre-heating to thoroughly get hot.
Updated: I was asked where I bought it, it's from one of the Big Three: HomeGoods, TJ Maxx or Marshall's... They're all kinda the same to me:@) I did see square ones yesterday at HG.

Grill Roasted Veggies with McCormick's Montreal Steak Seasoning
*This works with many veggies folks, you can leave out the tomatoes and make a side dish, add peppers, onions, yellow squash, asparagus, etc.
  1. About 3 big Roma tomatoes per person, sliced into fourths and remove the seeds (if you have 1-2 extra go ahead and add 'em in). 
  2. Cut the zucchini a little thicker than 1/4" rounds. 
  3. Coat veggies with olive oil. For two servings I used about 1 Tblsp of olive oil and 1 1/2 tsp Montreal Steak Seasoning. Don't add the seasoning any more than 5 minutes before grilling (my preference). Mix well.
  4. Add to very hot grill pan, let sit to begin to char then stir. Just watch the veggies so they don't flat out burn, they were done in about 10 minutes on my grill. If the tomatoes seem to get done faster pile them all on top of each other on the cooler side of the pan. 
  5. Since I used tomatoes I served this over pasta. I've made plenty of side dishes using summer squash, onion and bell peppers. 
  6. If you use the side burner to boil water for pasta, you don't have to heat up the house at all.
Fire up the grill and have a happy day:@)

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21 comments:

  1. I buy the mega jar at Sam's Club. Love that stuff!

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  2. I love that stuff but have never used it on roasted grilled veggies! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Woweee! I just pinned this. I'm hoping to try it this weekend. It looks exactly like the kind of thing we like around here. (And the husband LOVES.)

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  4. I enjoy just about all of the McCormick Seasonings and we go through them like hot cakes around here.

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  5. Grilled veggies are my favorite. We also like to roast root vegetables. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. The Montreal seasoning is on my grocery list but, so far, I haven't found it. Your testimonial has me on a mission to find it!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  7. Sounds wonderful and healthy Lynn! I'm ready for grill weather :)

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  8. What a pretty dish and so healthy too. Great way to eat your vegetables.
    Sam

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  9. This looks terrific. I love new vegetable dishes to try.

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  10. I am very glad I discovered your blog today. Your recipes sound delicious! I am eager to try this one.

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  11. Sounds perfect for a hot summer day when I don't want to heat up the house with the oven, thanks for the inspiration!

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  12. Yum, Lynn. The Montreal is one of our favoorites for steaks and burgers...going to try it like this!

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  13. This looks so good. I think I need to get my Son In Law a grill pan for Father's Day! They love grilled veggies!

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  14. It looks tasty, Lynn, and I already have the seasoning. I love your grill pan, too. That would come in handy for me. I've been using those disposable ones from the $ Tree, but I feel kinda wasteful throwing them out.

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  15. That's a great grill pan! I love grilled veggies. BTW, I finally found the Lawry's Garlic-Chili seasoning! I've been looking all over and finally found it at Target.

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  16. I'm probably the only one in blogland who hasn't ever used Montreal! I'll usually just mix up my own blend of seasonings. I must buy some and try it! This sounds like a good recipe, I love veggies.

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  17. It was so nice to see your pretty face in your profile, Lynn! Grilled vegetables taste so good and I bet this seasoning made them even better. We haven't bought a new grill as yet as we've had so much snow, but hopefully within the next few weeks we'll have one again.

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  18. I love that your grill pan is stainless steel. Every one that I have seen is non stick and I'm trying not to use non stick. I will have to check out Marshall's and the other stores. Montreal seasoning is a favorite of ours.

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  19. I too, love roasted vegi's they go so well with fish and other meats.

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  20. I don't know why I don't roast veggies more often...yours look terrific. And I have a huge jar of Montreal Steak Seasoning :)

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  21. Hi Lynn,
    We just love roasted veggies, this looks delicious. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a very special Mothers Day Weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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