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How to Grill Kabobs

Grilled kabobs—whether beef, other meats, chicken or seafood—are a hit at any barbecue because they’re quick to cook, and fun and easy to eat.

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Find kabob recipes to last all summer. You’ll never settle for store-bought ones again. Many kabob recipes are classics, some lower in fat and calories and all lend themselves to customizing. Everyone’s happy with this simple dinner! Plus, see how to make summer sizzle with a grilled kabobs barbecue party.

Five Tips for Scrumptious Grilled Kabobs

  1.  Cut kabob ingredients into 1-inch to 1 ¼-inch pieces, if cutting’s needed at all.  While it looks good to alternate your kabob choices on the skewer, it can be easier to have separate skewers for each food. Everything’s cooked just right.
  2. Leaving about a 1/4-inch space between pieces of food on the skewers allows for even cooking.
  3. When marinating is needed, use a self-sealing plastic bag. Place sealed bag in a shallow dish (a pie plate is perfect), and set in refrigerator. Massage or turn the bag every so often to make sure all of the food is immersed. And when you’re done, just throw the bag and marinade away!
  4. Invest in several kinds of skewers or other grilling gear to inspire kabob cooking. Metal skewers that are a square shape (instead of round) help keep food from turning or spinning when skewers are turned.
  5. If using bamboo skewers, soak in water at least 30 minutes before using to prevent burning.

Design-Your-Own Kabobs Party

Make Design-Your-Own Kabobs the centerpiece of your big summer barbecue. Whether to celebrate a summer holiday or just get together, guests will have fun putting favorite foods on a skewer and choosing their own sauce. Jumpstart or start a dinner group using this casual entertaining theme, too.

Don’t Forget the Sides

Try one of our seven Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad varieties with your grilled kabobs. Or, stir up quick, easy Greek Tossed Pasta Salad or Crunchy Asian Pasta Salad. Check out our rice and grains tips, another popular side to serve.

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