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Fantastic!! This is one of my favorite new dinners, and I will be incorporating it into the weekly menu from now on. I used tuna chunks (aka trimmings, fine by me, and WAY cheaper) and broiled them on a baking sheet after I realized at the last minute that lost my skewers in a recent move! The sauce was thick enough that most of it remained on the tuna through the marinating process. I added a little soy sauce and sambal oelek (chili paste), but regretted it because it masked the delicate flavor of the marinade. The veggies were delicious and perfectly textured, and my husband was in love with the peppers. This was so easy to make, really cheap - using tuna chunks (about $6 a pound, but usually available on first-come-first-serve basis), delicious, and very satisfying. I served this with brown rice and sauteed spinach with garlic & lemon juice. Wonderful meal!
Basted with butter while grilling, used a little lawry's seasoning salt, great for crappie.
This was great and so simple - thanks!!
Great recipe Tasty & Healthy. I used cod and omitted the tomatoes. I added tomato to my arugula salad. Grilled the skewers on my griddler. They were wonderful
I made these kabobs tonight for dinner and we thoroughly enjoyed them. I used a combination of halibut and salmon. I followed the directions exactly -- except I didn't have any tomatoes. My husband and I truly enjoyed them. I wasn't sure about the marinade -- but it was excellent. I think anytime you can marinade something so delicate as fish and not taste a strong "marinade" flavor, it's a winner. I have some more halibut and salmon strips in the freezer and we look forward to having them prepared this way again. I served with the Roasted New/Fingerling Potatoes (#133526) and some steamed peas. And all you folks out there -- give this a try!