Chicken Kabobs

Chicken Kabobs

I hope everyone had a nice weekend. This is perfect for on the grill. I’m keeping it super simple today with this easy and delish chicken kabobs recipe. please note it requires  marinating overnight.
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Some times the simplest recipes are the best, don’t you agree?

What You Need

Marinade

1 1/2 lb chicken breast (boneless, skinless cut into bite sized pieces)

2 Cups Italian salad dressing (your favorite)

1 Large Bermuda onion (cut into large pieces)

Container with cover (big enough to hold the chicken)

The night before- place chicken into the container, pour salad dressing over the top of the chicken rotate chicken to coat well, sprinkle the onion pieces over the top of the chicken and dressing. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

Shish Kabobs

2 Zucchini (cleaned and sliced into thick pieces)

2 Bell peppers (cleaned cut into bite sized pieces

1 Large Bermuda onion (cut into bite sized pieces)

Black pepper to taste

Wood skewers (or metal)

Barbecue grill or broiler

Meat thermometer

Pot holder, tongs or oven mitt ( for turning skewers)

Before You Start- See the marinade information above. Then soak your wooden skewers in water for about 30 minutes (this will keep them from burning on the grill.

Lets Make It! Alternate chicken and vegetables on your skewers and sprinkle with pepper. Place on medium temperature grill. Turning often, Test doneness with meat thermometer

Serves 4-6

 

When was the last time you made  shish kabobs?

 

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Comments

  1. We love shish kabobs and I use Italian salad dressing, too in a pinch to marinade the chicken. Thanks for sharing this recipe and hope you had a great weekend, too!! :)

  2. Very nice weekend, thank you! These look yummy–I’ll try them. I must admit that I never thought about soaking the skewers ahead of time. Learned something already this morning! Thanks!

  3. andrea cammarata says:

    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! sending you and yours tons of hugs and love!!!!! Enjoy your granddaughter also! Sounds FABULOUS!!!! Give my friend Izzy a BIG Hug and tons of hugs to you too! I will make your yummy recipe…but marinate a portobello or tofu in place of the chicken…it’s funny when you are a vegetarian for as long as me…you just seem to actually see those words in the recipe in the name of the meats place : ) LOL!!!!

    (((((HUGS))))))

  4. Danielle says:

    Oh, yum! These look great. Thanks for sharing :)

  5. I love kabobs, and this looks delicious and easy. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Thanks for sharing!
    These look delicious!

    Hugs,
    Melissa

  7. Christina says:

    My kids love anything on a stick! Thanks for reminding me how good and easy kabobs are to make. I love how much better everything tastes on a grill.

  8. These sound delicious! I wish I could get my husband to eat veggies!

  9. I use Italian dressing on chicken in the crock pot all the time, but this looks and sounds delicious. And… I COULD DO THIS ONE!

  10. We make our kabobs the same way. Something about Italian or Caesar dressing that just brings out the flavor.

  11. I have never made or eaten shish kabobs Katie but they certainly look good to me. I just asked my mother if she has ever eaten them and she said yes and they taste lovely. Thanks for sharing on Creative Monday and enjoy the rest of your day my friend.

  12. Love kabobs!…Great recipe…looks fantastic!

  13. How easy is this? I usually make my marinade but a bottle of dressing is so easy. I’m going to try it.

  14. Did you read my mind? lol Yum!! I have been wanting to grill kabobs for a while now! Come by & share at my party if you like. Hope all is well by friend. Theresa @ DearCreatives.com

  15. Nom nom! I want. I love shish kabobs. :)

  16. Rebekah says:

    You are enticing me to start grilling this week ! These look really good. Thanks for sharing!

  17. Featuring your post & your blog tomorrow on DearCreatives.com Feel free to come by & pick up a featured button if you have a place for one. As always I look forward to see what you are up to. xo

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