Cooking Blackstone Hibachi Vegetables is a quick and easy side dish. The vegetables are cooked to perfection and are so flavorful.
Blackstone Hibachi Vegetable Recipe:
We have really enjoyed cooking our favorite meals on the Blackstone Griddle. We have made steaks, chicken and even breakfast and they all have come out so flavorful.
When we make our favorite protein on the griddle, I also like to cook our sides. This makes it easy to clean up and it cooks so fast on the griddle that there is no need to mess up the kitchen.
We make mix together peppers, zucchini, broccoli and mushrooms and heated until tender. The vegetables are tossed in a easy sauce to make them so flavorful.
Easy Recipe for Hibachi Vegetables:
We love going to our local Hibachi Restaurant as my kids think it so fun for them to cook in front of you. Now we make all the Hibachi style foods at home thanks for our Blackstone Griddle. We have made hibachi rice, hibachi chicken and fried rice on the griddle.
Cooking this Easy Hibachi Vegetables turns out to be an amazing side dish. I always have vegetables leftover from the week, so I just toss them all on the flat top for a quick and easy side.
This recipe is customizable so you can use many different vegetables. You can also change the sauce to what you have on hand.
- White Onion, cut into strips
- Zucchini, diced
- Mushrooms, halved
- Broccoli Florets, cut into bite size pieces
- Red Bell Pepper, cut into strips
- Vegetable Oil
- Low Sodium Soy Sauce
- Black Pepper
How to Cook Hibachi Vegetables on Blackstone Griddle:
- Prepare Griddle – Preheat the Blackstone grill over medium high heat (approximately 400 degrees F).
- Add Oil to Griddle – Spread the vegetable oil onto the grill.
- Begin cooking Broccoli – Add the broccoli and sauté for 3-4 minutes until tender.
- Add the remaining vegetables – Then add in the remaining vegetables to the grill.
- Season Vegetables – Season the vegetables with the salt and pepper and sauté them for 3-4 more minutes until the vegetables are tender. We recommend stirring frequently.
- Add Soy Sauce and Butter – Top the vegetables with the soy sauce and butter. Toss to coat the vegetables.
- Serve and Enjoy – Remove from the griddle, serve warm and enjoy.
What usually comes in Hibachi?
When you go to a Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse Restaurant everything is cooked on a griddle. The chef cooks the meat, seafood, noodles, rice and vegetables on the griddle. All the ingredients are mixed with Asian seasoning to add flavoring.
We love the yum yum sauce that is served for dipping our vegetables and meat in.
How Long to Cook Hibachi Vegetables:
There are certain vegetables that need to be put on the griddle first as they might need to cook longer. This is usually the carrots and broccoli. This ensures that all the vegetables are done at the same time.
I usually check the broccoli to ensure it is tender, and then I remove the rest of the ingredients. Onions, mushrooms and peppers only take a few minutes to cook.
Hibachi Vegetables Tips:
- High Heat – Cook vegetables on high heat for the best flavor and the best texture of the vegetables.
- Cook in a Skillet – Sauté the vegetables in a skillet or a wok for an easy side dish.
- Add Butter – We recommend not skipping on adding the butter at the end of cooking vegetables. It gives the vegetables so much flavor.
- Oil Variations – You can use any oil with a high smoke point for this recipe. Vegetable Oil, Coconut Oil or Canola oil can all be used instead of the avocado oil in this recipe.
- Use Different Vegetables – This is a great side dish that you can use any vegetables that you have. Green beans, yellow squash, sliced carrots, asparagus are a great option to cook on the griddle.
- Use Different Sauces – We recommend adding in sesame oil and teriyaki sauce with the soy sauce.
- Low Carb Option – If you prefer a low carb option, instead of using soy sauce use coconut aminos.
- Cast Iron Skillet – If you do not have a Blackstone griddle, you can easily make this in cast iron skillet.
- Season with Different Spices – Season with Italian Seasoning, smoked paprika, dried thyme, or lemon pepper. Grilled Vegetables is also great with some fresh herbs such as basil or dill.
- Change the Flavoring – We love to squeeze lemon, but I love to drizzle some balsamic vinegar and top with slice almonds or bacon bits.
How to Store Leftovers:
Refrigerate the leftover chicken in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
What to Eat with the Hibachi Vegetables:
- Blackstone Chicken Fried Rice – Chicken Fried Rice is a great dish to use up cooked rice and leftover chicken. The best part is you can cook it all on your Blackstone.
- Pick a Protein – Hibachi Vegetables go great with steak, chicken, shrimp, salmon. All of these meats can be cooked on your Blackstone which makes an easy meal idea.
- Sauce – We love to drizzle our Hibachi with sauce which includes soy sauce and sesame seeds.
- Blackstone Hibachi Rice Recipe
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Blackstone Hibachi Vegetables
- 1/2 White Onion cut into strips
- 1 Zucchini diced
- 1 cup Mushrooms halved
- 2 cups Broccoli Florets cut into bite size pieces
- 1 Large Red Bell Pepper cut into strips
- 1 Tbsp Butter
- 1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
- 1 Tbsp Soy Sauce
- 1/4 tsp Black Pepper
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- Preheat the Blackstone grill over medium high heat (approximately 400 degrees F), Spread the vegetable oil onto the grill.
- Add the broccoli and sauté for 3-4 minutes until tender. Then add in the remaining vegetables to the grill. Season the vegetables with the salt and pepper and sauté them for 3-4 more minutes until the vegetables are tender.
- Top the vegetables with the soy sauce and butter. Toss to coat the vegetables.
- Remove from the griddle and serve warm. Enjoy!
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