By Princess Flowerbreath on May 15, 2006
Photo by BLUE ROSE
Photo by BLUE ROSE
"This was inspired by my 10 year old son who wanted bacon wrapped chicken, but it was my husband that I caught "licking the plate" at the end of the night....ENJOY... This is simple enough for family, but good enough for a BBQ with company...."
Serving Size: 1 (235 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I am speechless, this dish was that good. I chose to follow this recipe exact for the sesame seeds, which we were out of, darn. The skirt steak and chicken melted in your mouth. This has to be one of our top recipes I have ever made. Very easy also to make, it just does not get any better."
"OMGosh! This Was Sooooooooo Delish! Both daughters were having their boyfriends over on saturday and I was looking for something yummy to grill. It was a huge Hit! I used sirloin steak instead of the skirt steak because they were over $5 a lb and so thin so I bought some very lean thick sirloin and marinated both meats two days. I didn't have any vermouth and I had to add the sesame seeds in. I also added chunks of green and red bell peppers when I skewered the meat. I used cheap thin bacon and it worked very well. DH brushed the kabobs as directed while cooking. The flavor was amazing and the meat so tender. I served it with yellow rice and buttered grilled corn. I can not wait to make this again. Next time I will add some pineapple to the kabobs along with the peppers. Thank you so much for posting such a yummy easy recipe! Definitely make this for company, they will be impressed!"
"This had a superb flavor and was easy to prepare. Made for PAC Fall 08."
"my dh loved them. i did change things a bit though. i didn't have skewers and didn't want to get the bbq out of the garage, so i used toothpics and made individual ones. i also baked them @ 375 for about 35 min. i made my own teriyaki sauce so i could make it for our own tastes. my husband ate ALL the "extra" ones and even my kids asked for seconds of meat (a rare occurance). nice recipe"