Chicken Kabob Marinades
Chicken has a relatively short cooking time, so to get some marinated chicken on your grill as a kabob and ready to eat doesn't take much time. Try quick recipes such as Sesame Chicken Kabob Salad or Chicken and Biscuit Kabobs if you want to eat in a hurry.
This quick and easy mustard-based marinade pairs well with chicken and is ready in the time it takes you to stir together a few ingredients.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
This simple marinade adds a boost of flavor to chicken. Two hours is long enough to marinate. If chicken sits too long in the mixture, the acid in the lemon may toughen it.
This grilled five-spice rubbed chicken kabob appetizer recipe is served with red and green curry-sweetened coconut sauces.
These grilled fruit, vegetable, and chicken kabobs make a complete low-calorie meal.
Make skewers using twigs from apple, oak, maple, or hickory trees that have not been sprayed with pesticides, herbicides, or other chemicals. The homemade dipping sauce served with the kabobs makes them fun to serve at a cookout.
A tomato, garlic, honey, and herb relish accompanies this grilled chicken and vegetable kabob main-dish recipe.
Grilled chicken, shrimp, sausage, and vegetables make for a complete meal on a stick.
With this simple skewer recipe, your chicken dinner, vegetables and starchy side will all be done in 30 minutes!
Please any palate with a range of marinated kabobs. From steak to chicken to tofu, these grilled skewers pair perfectly with the creamy peanut dipping sauce.
Not only is this sassy peach salsa a tasty accompaniment for grilled chicken, it's a great serve-along for grilled pork or fish too.
Marinated chicken is grilled with pineapple and sweet peppers for a complete meal recipe that's easy to make.
These Polynesian-style skewers are a great make-ahead appetizer for a holiday party. The tropical flavors of ginger and pineapple provide a pleasant escape on a snowy night.
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.