Popular Kabobs Recipes

Sweet or savory, kabobs are always a party favorite. Whether you're in the mood for seafood, beef, veggies, or fruit on a stick, these recipes are sure to be a hit.

Grilled Steak and Peppers

An easy hoisin and red wine marinade elevates grilled vegetables from plain to party-worthy.

From Diabetic Living

Grilled Steak and Peppers

Mushroom Plum and Chicken Skewers

Tired of boneless chicken? Switch up your proteins and try this same recipe with shrimp or pork.

From Diabetic Living

Mushroom Plum and Chicken Skewers

Pork and Plum Skewers

For a cohesive dinner, reserve three tablespoons of the pork and plum marinade to act as the dressing for the couscous salad.

From Family Circle

Pork and Plum Skewers

Honey-Sesame Chicken Kabobs Over Fruited Couscous

The sweet and spicy marinade clings to the chicken and turns into a tasty glaze on the grilled kabobs. Apricot preserves, hot pepper and ginger provide a spicy sweetness.

From Family Circle

Honey-Sesame Chicken Kabobs Over Fruited Couscous

Mediterranean Meatball Skewer

From Family Circle

Mediterranean Meatball Skewer

Rosemary-Pork Kabobs

The fresh rosemary and mustard vinaigrette imparts a subtle but distinctive flavor to these grilled potato and pork kabobs. Lean pork tenderloin makes great kabobs and is easy to cut into cubes.

From Family Circle

Rosemary-Pork Kabobs

Beef Kebabs & Tangy Slaw

From Family Circle

Beef Kebabs & Tangy Slaw

Pepper and Cremini Mushroom Skewers

An easy mustard vinaigrette adds zesty flavor to these colorful veggie kabobs.

From Family Circle

Pepper and Cremini Mushroom Skewers

Mushroom Plum Chicken Skewers

These fruit, vegetable, and chicken kabobs make a great appetizer or main dish. They're remarkably flavorful even though they're low in calories and fat.

From Heart-Healthy Living

Mushroom Plum Chicken Skewers

Turkey Kabobs with Orange-Mustard Glaze

Tangy orange-mustard glaze makes this recipe a menu favorite. But the grilled summer squash, tomatoes, and turkey make it a low-calorie, low-fat dinner.

From Heart-Healthy Living

Turkey Kabobs with Orange-Mustard Glaze

Five-Spice Beef Kabobs

To make your own five-spice powder, simply mix equal parts of five ground spices: cinnamon, cloves, star anise, szechuan peppercorns and fennel.

From Midwest Living

Five-Spice Beef Kabobs

Greek Beef Kabobs with Cucumber Salad

Oregano, lemon and lots of garlic give Greek flair to this grilled steak and cucumber salad dinner.

From Diabetic Living

Greek Beef Kabobs with Cucumber Salad

Better Beef Kebabs

Dip grilled steak and tomato pieces in creamy hummus for a summery, low-carb appetizer or light dinner.

From Parents

Better Beef Kebabs

Lemon Chicken Kebobs

With this simple skewer recipe, your chicken dinner, vegetables and starchy side will all be done in 30 minutes!

From Parents

Lemon Chicken Kebobs

Smokin' Hot Potato Kabobs with Rosemary-Chipotle Butter

Ground chipotle pepper (available at large supermarkets) gives these veggies a delicious, earthy smokiness, but ordinary chili powder works well, too.

From Midwest Living

Smokin' Hot Potato Kabobs with Rosemary-Chipotle Butter

Grilled Scallop and Summer Squash Kebabs

A garlic-lemon sauce coats the scallops, squash and avocado salad, making this great grilled meal cohesive. Serve with a side of brown rice or quinoa.

From Fitness

Grilled Scallop and Summer Squash Kebabs

Lamb Kabobs with Mustard Glaze

In this grilled kabob recipe, lean chunks of lamb, potatoes, onions, and sweet peppers are glazed with aromatic mustard and savory thyme.

From Fitness

Lamb Kabobs with Mustard Glaze

Herbed Scallop Kebabs

Grilled under a watchful eye to avoid overcooking, these skewers are a snap to prepare. A light lemon-and-herb marinade allows the sweet, succulent flavor of the scallops to shine. Be sure to purchase sea scallops, which are a good size for kebabs.

From EatingWell

Herbed Scallop Kebabs

Thai Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce

Satay is Southeast Asian street food--strips of spiced meat, threaded on skewers and sold at carts all over the region. Although it's served with all sorts of condiments, peanut sauce has become the Western favorite. And why not? It's spicy, sweet, salty and the perfect match to the chicken strips.

From EatingWell

Thai Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce

Grilled Filet Mignon with Vegetable Kebabs

You might be tempted to save beef filet for special occasions, but this low-fat cut is actually perfect weekday fare: it cooks up fast, stays juicy and carries other flavors perfectly. The kebabs are a wonderful mix of lemon, herbs and fresh vegetables.

From EatingWell

Grilled Filet Mignon with Vegetable Kebabs

Grilled Rosemary-Salmon Skewers

If you can find (or grow) them, use sturdy rosemary branches, stripped of leaves, as skewers for these Italian salmon kebabs; they'll add a subtle, smoky flavor that hints of pine. Oil your grill well to prevent sticking, don't move the kebabs around unnecessarily and keep a close eye on the fire to avoid flare-ups.

From EatingWell

Grilled Rosemary-Salmon Skewers

Shrimp & Plum Kebabs

Toss quick-cooking shrimp, juicy summertime plums and zesty jalapenos with a simple cilantro-lime marinade for a deluxe meal in minutes. If you like, use peaches or nectarines in place of the plums and red or green bell peppers for the jalapenos.

From EatingWell

Shrimp & Plum Kebabs

Shish Kebab with Tahini Sauce

Roasted and grilled meats are ubiquitous throughout the Middle East. This marinade, infused with allspice and cinnamon, would be excellent on lamb or chicken as well. Tuck the grilled chunks of meat and onion into warm whole-wheat pitas.

From EatingWell

Shish Kebab with Tahini Sauce

Scallops Yakitori

"Yakitori" is a Japanese word that literally means "grilled bird," a reference to chicken bits on skewers in a sticky/salty sauce. The sauce itself is so favored that it has come to be known as "yakitori." Here we make yakitori with scallops, mushrooms and scallions. Don't overcook these scallops; just a few minutes over the heat will do the trick.

From EatingWell

Scallops Yakitori

Steak & Potato Kebabs with Creamy Cilantro Sauce

Steak kebabs get a Southwestern spin with poblano peppers and a creamy sauce spiked with cilantro, chile powder, cumin and vinegar. The potatoes are partially cooked in the microwave before putting them on the grill so they're done at the same time as faster-cooking steak, peppers and onions. Serve with: Green salad and Spanish rice.

From EatingWell

Steak & Potato Kebabs with Creamy Cilantro Sauce

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