I've tried a lot of different ways of making spaghetti sauce, and this is the way I do it most often. It has a flavor that can't be beaten, at least not easily. It was originally a recipe for Chicken Cacciatore in a Betty Crocker cookbook, but I've modified it a bunch, so it's just not the same any more - and this tastes better than the original.
Most of the recipes for this dish specify large quantities of ingredients, which doesn't work when its just me and my wife. So, this is a traditional Coq au Vin, but no need to share, and no leftovers to deal with.
When we go to our favorite Iranian restaurant, my wife usually orders Chicken Kubideh. Here's my go at it, but using turkey instead. I add butter, because ground turkey is so fat-free that the kabobs could come out dry.
I use my gas grill, but feel free to use a charcoal BBQ or broil indoors.