3 Reviews

Contrary to the 2 first reviews, my husband and I could not find a difference in just grilling slices without the marinade versus those with the marinade. They tasted the same. I used olive oil. I'll try it again using canola oil. Maybe that's the difference. Thanks for the recipe.

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Toni in Colorado March 28, 2010

The first time I made this I used olive oil and spicy brown mustard in the marinade and I had to keep stirring it in order to keep in from separating. The second time I tried this I used canola oil and Dijon mustard and it was so much better. The Dijon mustard acted as an emulsifier and the marinade didn't separate. Also that second time, something came up and I ended up throwing everything, except the pineapple, into a heavy-duty resealable baggie and left it to marinade for two days. It was great; better than the first time with the basting and much easier. Now I always make it like that. Love that this is so economical too.

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Phat & Sassy July 06, 2009

We had our first cookout a couple of weeks ago, and I made these kebabs to go along with some other grilled dishes. They came out so good! Everyone ate them until they were gone! The sauce was so good. Next time I am going to make twice as much so we won't run out!

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LouLouIzSpoiled May 08, 2008
Grilled Kielbasa Kebabs