As a big fan of yogurt based marinades for chicken (for example Chicken Tikka), this one immediately caught my eye. Unlike Tikka, you only marinate this one for 30-45 minutes so it doesn't require much planning ahead. I have not tried this one yet but wanted to make it public for the Zaar World Tour. Cooking time include time to marinate the chicken.
Recipe by Nicole Routhier, found in "Classic Cooks". The marinade and chilli sauce is to-die-for! Prep time includes marinating time. You can baste with marinade when grilling the skewers. Can also do without skewers; just don't cut chicken too small.
Thanks to Karen (kzbhansen) I used her Recipe #130249 as the marinade for these chicken and pineapple kabobs. Put as much as you like on each skewer you can also cut smaller to serve more.
5 -10 soaked wooden skewers or metal skewers
This fantastic-looking barbecue recipe comes from Casey (Atomic Rose) on the IBS boards. She says it works better to grill the mango on separate skewers from everything else, since it cooks much more quickly than the chicken does. Once again, storing this here to try ASAP!
These can be grilled on the BBQ for about 5-6 minutes also. Make certain to soak the wooden skewers for minimum 30 minutes to prevent from burning, this recipe makes about 12 skewers but can be doubled if desired, these are popular at my BBQ get togethers, hope you enjoy!
Honey, ginger, garlic, peanut butter, teriyaki and cilantro flavor these so fine that I know you'll want to try them! Be sure to soak skewers on water or apple juice for 30 minutes before skewering chicken. Serve as an appetizer, on a bed of greens or a meal.
There are times when you just want to keep it simple: to use fewer ingredients but still to produce a sensational result. This is a simple but delicious recipe for chicken kebabs. For the best results, the recipe recommends cooking the kebabs over glowing coals but concedes that the kebabs can be cooked on a preheated grill. I found this recipe in 'The Best of Lebanese and Middle Eastern Cooking', and I'm posting it here for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. The preparation and cooking times below do not include the 2 hours suggested minimum time for marinating.
Now this is tasty! You can use the same marinade for chicken but make more marinade and reserve before you put the chicken in it, discard the marinade that you used on the chicken and use only the reserved marinade for basting, I like to serve these kabobs with BBQ'd veggie kabobs and potatoes done on the grill too (there will be other recipes for the veggies and BBQ Potatoes on Zaar)