Make something different for dinner with these fun Grilled Cauliflower Skewers that can be served as an appetizer or vegetarian main dish.
Every barbecue needs these grilled cauliflower skewers! Not only are they super tasty, they’re also vegetarian and perfect for a keto diet. If you’re trying to go meatless more often, these are just the thing.
» You might also like this Crispy Air Fryer Cauliflower.
You won’t miss the meat at all with these cauliflower skewers. Brush them with some BBQ sauce (try our homemade keto bbq sauce) and they’re a hit with everyone, even the vegans.
Serve them alongside our Honey Sesame Chicken Wings to make sure there’s something for everyone.
How to Grill Cauliflower
The best way to make this dish is to thread the cauliflower onto skewers, so you can turn them easily on the grill, and they can be served easily.
Make sure you soak wooden skewers for about 15 minutes before using them, so they don’t burn so easily on the grill. Be sure you cut the cauliflower in small pieces that are just large enough not to split when you skewer them.
You don’t want large pieces. They’ll take longer to cook through and will be more difficult to eat, but too small of pieces will split down the middle and possibly fall off the skewer.
Sprinkle the cauliflower with seasoning salt for extra flavor before you grill them.
Don’t place the skewers directly above the flames. They need sufficient time to cook, which won’t happen if they’re being licked by the flames. For nicely roasted cauliflower without the raw taste, they need to be cooked for at about 6 minutes on both sides.
Once they’re cooked through, you can baste them with BBQ sauce and move them to direct flames for a bit of char on the edges.
What to Serve This With
Cauliflower goes with everything, so it’s not difficult to choose side dishes. I like to serve this alongside a Crunchy Cabbage Salad or with this Watermelon Arugula & Feta Salad that’s perfect for a party or bbq.
If you’re looking for an appetizer to serve this with, try grilling up this bacon-wrapped asparagus, which makes a great finger food at a bbq.
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Grilled Cauliflower Skewers
- Pre-soak the wooden skewers.
- Cut the cauliflower into small bite-sized pieces. Thread cauliflower pieces tightly onto the skewers.
- Grill the cauliflower skewers away from flames for 5 minutes per side. Baste with bbq sauce and cook for an additional 2 minutes per side over low flames.
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