Chicken Kabobs

Tonight, I made one of my favorite Summer recipes, chicken kabobs. I love that kabobs combine tasty meat, veggies and even fruit if you want which means you get a side and your main meat cooked in one step! Plus, kabobs are different from the run of the mill bbq chicken or burgers and cook great on the grill.

I prefer to use a ginger, sesame marinade for the chicken and pair it with pineapple, vidalia onion and green pepper. Marinate the chicken overnight for the best flavor. Cut the chicken up into pieces and place in a Ziplock bag, pour in the marinade, seal the bag removing as much air as possible and swirl the chicken around with your hands outside the bag to make sure all the chicken is coated in marinade.

The following day, chop up all the veggies and fruit that you want to put on your kabobs.

The great thing about kabobs is that you can use anything you choose, make them according to what you like.

Using wooden or metal skewers, place all the meat and veggies/fruit onto the skewers. Cook on the grill or under the broiler until cooked through. 

Serve with a side of rice or something else you choose.

Kabobs are a great choice for a party, are relatively inexpensive to make and the combinations are endless!

I didn’t really follow a recipe for this but here are the ingredients that I used.

3 boneless skinless chicken breasts cut up and marinated
2 green peppers
1 vidalia onion quartered
1 pineapple chopped into 1 inch pieces
skewers
extra marinade for basting

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