Amazing Marinade!! My family loved it. I made the marinade for lamb and only used half - the other half was delicious as marinade for our BBQ flank steak!
This was good...but not the best! I marinated beef kebobs and they turned out OK....a little on the sweet side for us. I would consider using this recipe again but modifying it a bit to suit our taste!
This was awesome. My new favorite marinade. I marinated pork for 20 hours and boneless chicken thighs for 6 hours. They were both delicious. Highly recommended.
Excellent marinade recipe - Although it was used on chicken vice beef/pork/lamb (none of those readily available in my fridge last night) the kabobs came out perfect. The hardest part was figuring out where my local Harris Teeter was hiding the honey (in the baked goods section). Vegetables on the skewers were quartered plum tomatoes and whole white mushrooms. I cooked my kabobs on a charcoal grill for 30 minutes (15 minutes then rotate) at about 300-325. To round out the Mediterranean cuisine, I also made Spanikopita (pre-packaged frozen, no credit) and Couscous. I intend to use the same recipe this Friday for a party and will be adding yellow squash and lime slices to the skewers along with pita chips, tzatziki sauce, and dolmas.
"The Best Marinade Ever for Kabobs" is nothing shy of the TRUTH! I marinated some cheap round steaks that I cut into cubes, zucchini, yellow squash, button mushrooms and red peppers in this recipe for about 8 hours and I don't think I've ever tasted anything so delish! I followed the recipe (almost) except that I used Tony Chechare's Creole Seasoning instead of seasoned salt and I didn't have any wine vinegar so I made some with half red cooking wine and half rice vinegar. I don't think I have to try any other marinades after this one. It was so good that I think I could have eaten just the veggies skewers (and my hubby said the same, which is no small feat since he is the ultimate carnivore). Thank you so much for posting! I hope that when you get around to finishing your cookbook, this recipe is included!!
I used this marinade on chicken kabobs and it was the first time I've ever made them. It was so simple and delicious, everyone loved it. I'll make it again for sure!
I bought a platter of meat for stew, soaked it for 4 hours and made kabobs. AMAZING!!!! I did substitute agave for the honey and it wound up not overly sweet. I also cut the oil by 1/2 cup, and I think I will cut it again the next time we make this! This marinade has flavor but doesn't overpower the natural taste of the meat, we loved it! I Kittencal, I have used several of your recipes and have LOVED them all! Thanks for your generosity in sharing!
Best marinade EVER! Went perfect on steak, and chicken both. I fed just under 30 people these kabobs and every single person loved it.
Fabulous! What can I say except, Kittencal, you are certainly helping me improve my cooking. Even my mother enjoyed my Beef Kabobs. This recipe is another keeper.
WOW...that's all I can add! I could eat this marinade with a spoon!LOL! OK..I admit..I did ingest 1 tbsp...eek! Thank you again Kittencal~when does your cookbook come out? xo