Lemon Ginger Coriander Chicken Kebabs

"While shopping for supplies for the RSC in the local Indian market I saw a bottle of coriander ginger marinade. Sounded like a plan to me! This is my interpretation. Preparation time includes marinating time."
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Ready In:
8 skewers




  • Combine all ingredients in a plastic bag and seal.
  • Refrigerate for 30 minutes or longer (I left mine all day in the fridge).
  • Drain vegetables and chicken and discard marinate.
  • Thread pieces on wooden skewers alternating vegetables, evenly distributing ingredients over all skewers.
  • Grill until chicken and potatoes are cooked through (about 15 minutes) basting occasionally with olive oil and turning every few minutes to grill all sides.
  • Serve with couscous.

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  1. islandgirl77551
    Delicious!The flavor was great. The marinade smells wonderful, too. I cooked them on my Foreman Grill because it isn't exactly ooutdoor grilling weather here.
  2. Elmotoo
    these were great. advance prep is a plus!
  3. CoolMonday
    This was easy to make and was delicious. I like that I can put it all together early in the day and just skewer it and cook. I broiled it in my toaster oven because my oven was full. lol. So glad I picked this one to review. Good luck whoever belongs to this recipe.


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