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Delicious - we grilled ours and increased the chicken a bit to serve 3 people. Served with fruit salad and watermelon for dessert for a wonderful summer meal. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ June 30, 2013

Thanks for a keeper recipe!! Great for days when you don't want to grill outside, but want the same effect by using the oven. I doubled the spices and used 4 very large chicken breasts. Because I had them on hand I used 1 green pepper, 1 large onion and 2 red peppers, instead of the squash. I Broiled for 15 minutes. Great with wild rice and salad.

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My Food Coach June 05, 2010

Good Kababs. The ingredient list looks long, but these went together in a flash, and were great for the grill. There was just enough heat to notice, not so much that they burned your mouth. We doubled the garlic, but otherwise made as written. Made for ZWT5 by one of the Cooks with Dirty Faces.

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IngridH June 05, 2009

Bursting with flavor, fast and easy to prepare. I grilled ours. DH and I thank you for posting this winner of a recipe!

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Princess Pea April 13, 2009

These were quick easy and packed with flavor. I loved that there was no real preparation time to this - a definite ace in the hole when you have little time but don't want to resort to dinner out of a box. A warning, like the posting chef, I like it hot and this definitely fit the bill. While I used half sweet-half smoky paprika, other may prefer all sweet and maybe even a little less cayenne. All that mentioned, the spice combination was really nice as was more than heat with a really nice balance in the thyme and oregano. I through caution to the wind and threaded my chicken and squash (and peppers and onions) all together. Easy to do, you just need to make sure the squash is cut less than a half inch and you leave some spaces around the meat so it cooks all the way through. Thanks.

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justcallmetoni July 12, 2007
Cajun Kabobs