Grilled scallions are incredibly delicious and the perfect summer side dish. It’s so easy to add a handful to the grill while the main course is cooking, and they only take a couple of minutes!
I loved grilled scallions!
If you’re lucky enough to get garden scallions, even better!
I live ten minutes walking or two minutes driving, from the house I grew up in where my parents have a beautiful vegetable garden.
If you’ve been hanging out on my site for a while now, you’ve heard me mention all of the gorgeous fruits and vegetables from this garden before. Well, I recently grabbed a handful of gorgeous scallions and thought they’d make a delicious side dish if I grilled them. (I was right.)
How to Make Grilled Scallions
It’s so easy!
- Wash and dry the scallions.
- If they’re particularly thick, you can slice them in half, lengthwise.
- Drizzle the onions with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
Grilled scallions are a fabulous, quick and easy side dish, and they go well with almost anything. I love having something like this to throw on the grill as the steak or chicken is finishing up its cooking time.
What to Serve with Grilled Scallions
Here are a handful of delicious ideas . . .
- Grilled Coffee Balsamic Flank Steak
- Grilled Mediterranean Burgers
- Grilled Jalapeño Pepper Jack Turkey Burgers
- Red Goddess Grilled Flank Steak
- Lavender-Rosemary Grilled Rib-Eye Steak
- Grilled Vegan Yellow Split Pea Burgers
I hope you enjoy these grilled scallions along with whatever else you’re cooking up this summer.
Grilled scallions are incredibly delicious and the perfect summer side dish. It's so easy to add a handful to the grill while the main course is cooking, and they only take a couple of minutes!
- 1 dozen scallions, washed and dried
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- salt and pepper
Cut off a couple of inches from the tops, and if any of the scallions are particularly thick, slice them in half, lengthwise.
Toss them with the olive oil on a baking sheet and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Once the grill is very hot, add the scallions and grill each side, just long enough to mark them, about 3 minutes total.
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