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June 17, 2020
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Flavorful BBQ Chicken Kabobs

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A simple marinade and your favorite bbq sauce are all you need for these simple yet flavorful BBQ Chicken Kabobs. I am just itching for spring and summer to arrive here in Chicago, especially after we've had a couple of 60 degree + days. Seriously beautiful weather for early March. What's more, it could conceivably have been this climate that enlivened me to make a formula I regularly just make amid the hotter months of the year, BBQ Chicken Kabobs. Kabobs are so enjoyable to make in light of the fact that they're flexible. Toss any meats or veggies that you like on a stick, barbecue, and appreciate. One dependable guideline that I generally utilize is to flame broil meats and veggies on independent sticks, fundamentally on the grounds that meats and veggies have distinctive cooking times. Veggies normally cook speedier, so you can evacuate them while your meats get done with cooking so nothing is over-cooked.

My recipe for BBQ Chicken Kabobs is really pretty simple. I use a marinade that comes together quickly. Then, I allow the meat to soak in it for about 30 minutes before threading the pieces on a skewer and grilling them. If you don't have some of the spices I use, just omit them. And if there's a spice I didn't use that you think would work well, feel free to throw it in. The other thing I like about kabobs is that they are quick cooking because the chunks of meat are fairly small.

I do have a favorite homemade bbq sauce that I'll share with you at some point. When I went to make these kabobs I realized I didn't have one of the ingredients I needed for the sauce, so I resorted to our favorite store-bought brand. Use any sauce that you like. I paired these BBQ Chicken Kabobs with these Garlic Herb Hassel back Potatoes.

BBQ chicken kebabs are seriously tasty. These BBQ Chicken Kebabs and my favorite chipotle chicken Kebabs are definitely going to be happening regularly around here this summer. The key to making homemade kabobs is to cut the meat and vegetables into equal-size pieces. Insert the kabob pieces on flat-bladed metal skewers as desired. If using wooden skewers, soak skewers in water for 30 min. before using to assemble kabobs to prevent them from burning on the grill. When grilling the kabobs, use long-handled grilling tongs to rotate the kabobs to ensure even cooking on all sides.

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