You can use any vegetable you like with this recipe, Zucchini, Bell Peppers, Mushrooms, Asparagus, Tomatoes you get the idea. If you're slicing your veggies make it about a ½ an inch. You can leave Asparagus whole along with similar vegetables. Place them in a large bowl and coat with Olive oil and season with salt and pepper. On a high heat grill arrange your vegetables so there is space between. Be sure to not move the vegetables around if you want to get those nice grill marks and don't over cook, just long enough to make them tender.
Remove from Veggies from grill and arrange on platter and top with Lemon Parsley dressing
Ingredients: Lemon Parsley Dressing
1//2 cup Olive oil
1 Lemon, juiced
1 tbsp. chopped
Salt & pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients and wisk until blended. Serve over Veggies
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