This is a great marinade for kabobs, do not marinade the chicken for more than 5 hours or the lemon juice will start to *cook* the chicken. This recipe may be doubled to 10-12 breasts but prepare two separate marinades in two separate bowls, do not combine the doubled marinade into one bowl. Feel free to thread on you favorite veggies such as mushrooms, cherry tomatoes or whatever you desire! If you prefer a sweeter glaze then increase the honey by a couple tablespoons.
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These chicken kabobs will be your new go-to recipe for BBQ season #chickenkabobmarinade Image: Chicken kabob marinade #chickenkabobmarinade These chicken kabobs will be your new go-to recipe for BBQ season #chickenkabobmarinade Image: Chicken kabob marinade
This red wine steak marinade is incredibly easy to throw together. It's my favorite grilled steak marinade, so whip this up and fire up the BBQ!
Chicken Souvlaki is Greek chicken kabobs marinated in fresh herb oregano (my fav), garlic, lemon, olive oil and seasonings. So simple, but amazingly flavorful chicken kabobs, Chicken Souvlaki is must try for every Mediterranean food lover! #chicken #souvlaki #herbs #recipe #dinner
Some of you may remember the gnarly (and slightly evil-looking) Mr. Fruit Head my mom made last year for our Family Reunion. This year she decided to make Rainbow Fruit Kabobs. How beautiful are these?! You will need… Raspberries Mandarin Orange Segments Pineapple, cut into chunks Green Grapes Purple Grapes Blueberries Skewers Thread fruit onto …
This healthy Asian chicken kebab recipe has a rich delicious flavor without all the calories and sodium that you will find in store bought varieties. I love to use this healthy marinade recipe for extra sauce on grilled foods or as salad dressing it\'s so delicious!
Christopher Columbus was supposedly hooked on Portuguese espetadas, beef shish kabobs marinated in wine, roasted over an open fire. I like shish kabobs too ~ they're fun food on a stick! This time, ours included chunks of chicken, beef, and pork, alternated with bite-size pieces of peppers, onions and tomatoes. Seafood and mushrooms and zucchini are favorites here also. For scrumptious, juicy morsels of meat, the key is in the marinating. The longer, the better ~ over-night is perfect. I was happy to come across this shish kabob marinade that was published in The Denver Post, by Marian Bassford of the Mile Hi Cowbelles, back in 1973. Her marinade adds great flavor, while leaving the meat moist and tender. The recipe makes a lot, and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. Build shish kabobs to your liking ~ it’s a summer favorite that will please most everyone, and is definitely a food that is totally up to your imagination… Marinade for Shish Kabobs Adapted Ingredients: ¼ cup ketchup 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons lemon juice ½ cup sherry 1 tablespoon minced garlic ¼ cup olive oil ¾ cup low-sodium soy sauce 1 teaspoon seasoned pepper Method: In a bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well. Place each type of meat in a separate resealable plastic bag. Pour a generous amount of marinade over meat, seal and toss to coat evenly. Allow meat to marinate over-night or at least 2 hours before grilling. Vegetables can be marinated an hour or so before grilling, if desired. Thread skewers and grill until cooked through. Happy marinating!
beef kabob marinade- I think I'd prefer a teryaki marinade over this, but still good. #chickenkabobmarinade beef kabob marinade- I think I'd prefer a teryaki marinade over this, but still good.