I have made this several times and should have reviewed before now. This is an excellent recipe. My whole family requests this on a regular basis. Thank you for a keeper and a winner.
These were so good. I actually cooked these on my George Foreman, i was a little hesitant but after the first three were done I knew I hadn't made a mistake. I did not have the sesame seed oil so i just added about a tsp of sesame seeds to my sauce, i also doubled the sauce becuase I wanted to lather the meat and veggies with the sauce. I also did not have the soy sauce i had ran out so instead i used terryiaki sauce which has a soy sauce flavor. My husband loved these and everything went so well with the rice, i used the extra juices to add to the jasmine rice and it was awesome. I will definitely cook again it was a nice change from chicken. Thanks for the great recipe.
I will be making these for the 2nd time this weekend, as they were such a huge hit the first time. I added red onions and green peppers, but that's all I changed and everyone raved about them, including the finicky teenager. I served them with a side of wild rice last time, but will be making a wheat berry pilaf this time as we're trying to bump up our consumption of whole grains. Regardless, these kebabs are definitely the star of the show so whatever you make as a side will be trumped by the flavors of the wonderful main dish. And how nice to have all of your meat and veggies in one serving! Oh, did I mention we made these while camping? Yeah, we're now the culinary geniuses of the camping syndicate, thanks to these. The combination of the grilled pineapple, which is always wonderful, with the ketchup-based sauce was just outstanding. Camping again this weekend, and planning to wow with these again.... Thanks!
Great idea! I like onions and peppers with sweet/sour pork, so I added them as well. These came out fantastic, and would make an awesome grilled meal for entertaining.. 5 stars!!