Marinated Pork Kebabs

"I use this recipe a lot when I barbecue. It always comes out great."
 
Marinated Pork Kebabs created by bert2421
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55mins
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  • Cut pork into 1" cubes and place in a shallow pan.
  • Combine remaining ingredients in a screw top jar and shake until well blended.
  • Pour marinade over pork.
  • Cover and refrigerate several hours, turning occasionally.
  • Drain meat; pat dry and tread on skewers.
  • Heat remaining marinade to brush on kebabs during cooking.
  • Broil slowly 5" from coals for about 25 minutes.
  • Turn skewers frequently and brush with marinade during cooking.
  • Vegetables may also be served in this way.
  • Thread mushrooms, green peppers, onion wedges or apple on skewers and brush with marinade.
  • Broil for 15-20 minutes.
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  1. jmills326
    YUM!!! These were SO flavorful & tender! I used white wine vinegar and rosemary instead of sage because I didn't have any sage. I chose this recipe last minute, so they only marinated for a little over an hour. But the were PERFECT!! I will be using this recipe over & over!
     
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    Marinated Pork Kebabs Created by bert2421
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    Marinated Pork Kebabs Created by bert2421
  4. JeannaLW
    This was quite good. I eyeballed the amounts and subbed steak sauce for Worcestershire (we were out); I used part balsamic and part red wine vinegar. Instead of pork loin, we used the marinade on kielbasa slices with bell pepper pieces, cherry tomatoes, and pre-cooked chunks of potato. Everyone enjoyed it. I'll use it again, on actual pork next time!
     
  5. JeannaLW
    This was quite good. I eyeballed the amounts and subbed steak sauce for Worcestershire (we were out); I used part balsamic and part red wine vinegar. Instead of pork loin, we used the marinade on kielbasa slices with bell pepper pieces, cherry tomatoes, and pre-cooked chunks of potato. Everyone enjoyed it. I'll use it again, on actual pork next time!
     
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