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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Kabobs

When it comes to Kabobs what you see is what you get. But here are a few tips that I like to use when making them:
~Soak stick over night to prevent them from burning
~Pam the sticks
~Baste veggies with olive oil to prevent burning. Or my preference is to marinade them in a oil base dressing.

(my favorite, it's a good marinade for everything)
~Add fresh pineapple. Marinade it is brown sugar and pineapple juice or a little water.
~My favorite meat marinades are soy sauce and garlic and Yoshida's.

( you can get it in bulk at Costco, I use it for a lot of things: stir fry, meat balls etc.)
~You can put the meat and veggies on separate sticks because meat takes longer to cook than veggies. The down fall is that they don't look as cool.
"But MarKey, I don't have a grill!"
~I have grilled Kabobs on my George and it works fine.
~You can also put them in the oven on broil.

My Favorite Options:
beef
pork
chicken
shrimp
pineapple
peppers
cherry tomato
corn
onion
squash
zucchini

5 comments:

Clint, Jana & Dallas said...

Mmm. this makes me want to have a neighborhood BBQ. Anyone up for it??

Also, I have another AWESOME marinade for kabobs we made this past week, I'll post it shortly.

Jon, Markey & Bennett said...

I am so up for a bbq. We could do a Bring Your Own Meat and a side. Sounds so fun.

Nichole and Brandon said...

I'm in

Clint, Jana & Dallas said...

Okay, I'm excited. I have family in town and/or am out of town for the next few weeks, but I'll plan on it in a few weeks and post a time and date!

Jason and Elan said...

Yoshida is my absolute favorite sauce. Thanks for a new recipe, now I can use it more!