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Daddy Paul’s chicken kabobs.

Updated on September 23, 2013

Great on grill!

Mouth watering!
Mouth watering!

Start with great veggies!

Great veggies make great kabobs!
Great veggies make great kabobs!

Start with good chicken

Cut against the grain and thin for best results!
Cut against the grain and thin for best results!

Place food on skewers.

Alternate veggies chicken as shown.
Alternate veggies chicken as shown.

Season Generously

Don't be cheap with the spices.
Don't be cheap with the spices.

These kabobs are very good and easy to make.

Ingredients:

Peppers: One large green, two hot Hungarian, one red.

A variety of peppers gives a much better taste.

Onions: 12 small onions.

These little onions are fresh from the garden. Larger onions can be used simply cut them up to put them on the skewer.

Potatoes: one medium size potato: You are going to want to peel and slice thinly.

Chicken breast: one large.

Mushrooms: A half pound of sliced.

Soy sauce

Rubbed sage

Mrs. Dash table blend.

Garlic salt

Skewer sticks. Four for a batch of this size batch.

Dill Pickle juice: ΒΌ cup.

Marinate the chicken breast using sage and pickle juice.

Cut the peppers long flat pieces where practical.

The potatoes are peeled and sliced thin. Warm them up in the microwave or toaster oven until they are warm after they are sliced and peeled. If you do not partially cook them prior to putting them on the grill they will be uncooked hard and undesirable.

Cut the chicken in thin pieces across the grain of the meat.

Cutting the chicken in thick chunks can result in raw chicken or over done vegetables. Cutting across the grain will result in more tender chicken.

Place components on skewer. Alternate chicken, onion, pepper, and mushroom as you place them.

Alternating items will give a blended enhanced flavor.

Sprinkle with spices and soy sauce.

Place on foil on grill. Grill for about 45 min. at low heat.

Turn over as required during grilling.

Sprinkle with soy sauce during cooking.

These are very tasty. A complete meal! This dish is low in carbohydrates and fat.

As with all chicken dishes exercise care to verify chicken is done.

These Kabobs are wonderful when made with vegetables fresh from the garden. They are true summer treats at out house.

In the early fall I love to pick from the garden and have a roast in the back yard. Pork may be substituted for chicken in this recipe. Pork is even better with a little barbeque sauce brushed over the meat.

Grill them.

Grill them until the chicken is done.  I am hungry!
Grill them until the chicken is done. I am hungry!

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    • Daddy Paul profile imageAUTHOR

      Daddy Paul 

      4 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks Jan. I am planting lots of peppers this year. I want to check yours out too.

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      Janis Leslie Evans 

      4 years ago from Washington, DC

      Great recipe, just discovered it after making my own chicken kabob hub. Nice techniques and use of ingredients. Voted up and awesome.

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      vespawoolf 

      4 years ago from Peru, South America

      It's summertime here in Peru so I think we may just be trying your kabob recipe this weekend! I thought your marinade of pickle juice and sage was especially interesting. I guess we need to start eating some pickles! : ) Thanks for sharing.

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      Leena 

      5 years ago from new delhi

      Looks easy enough to make and nice illustration.

    • Daddy Paul profile imageAUTHOR

      Daddy Paul 

      7 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks Angela

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      Angela_1973 

      7 years ago

      Voted awesome, and will share on Face book, I love chicken kebabs and cook them very often. I have tried similar recipe before, you know what you are talking about here, love the pictures.

    • Lamme profile image

      Lamme 

      7 years ago

      Wow, these look so yummy! I bet these would be a big hit with my kids ... and so easy to make! Thanks for sharing.

    • Stacie L profile image

      Stacie L 

      8 years ago

      those photos are so good and I can just taste them!

    • Daddy Paul profile imageAUTHOR

      Daddy Paul 

      8 years ago from Michigan

      Dawn pickle juice is great because it has sour, dill and salt which all add to the taste. We had these today and they were good.

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      Dawn Michael 

      8 years ago from THOUSAND OAKS

      wow sounds interesting using the pickle juice and also I never though about putting potatos on a kabob. I will have to try it!!

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      De Greek 

      8 years ago from UK

      Noted for next time :-)

    • v_kahleranderson profile image

      v_kahleranderson 

      8 years ago from San Jose, California

      The pictures are just beautiful, and pictures serve to wet the appetite.

      "Cutting the chicken in thick chunks can result in raw chicken or over done vegetables. Cutting across the grain will result in more tender chicken." Now this is VERY good advice; I never knew that, but always kept my veggies and meat separate because they failed to cook properly together.

      Anything with food I will look at. Thank you for sharing your recipes!

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      Anamika S Jain 

      8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

      Those kababs look yummy! I would love to try it.

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      Sandy Mertens 

      8 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      This looks yummy!

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      missmaudie 

      8 years ago from Brittany, France

      These look great Daddy Paul, I'm going to bookmark this page. Love the spices!

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