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BBQ Grilled Chicken Kabobs

BBQ Grilled Chicken Kabobs recipe
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BBQ sauce, tender chunks of chicken and your choice of fresh vegetables make this kebab recipe a shoo-in for "new family favorite."
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/5/2006
THIS IS THE BEST BOBS THANK YOU FOR THE INFO
posted:
6/17/2006
This is my daughter's favorite food in all the world-chicken kabob w/barbecue sauce. It works great with a straight veggie kabob or a shrimp kabob. I marinate with jerk sauce for the shrimp. And always add pineapple no matter what kind of meat/vegetable because there is nothing better than grilled pineapple.
posted:
2/3/2006
I used boneless thigh meat, very tender and juicy.
posted:
1/24/2006
very very very good you can also use italian dressing instead of bbq sauce I loved it
posted:
9/24/2005
Delicious and simple!
posted:
7/28/2005
Since I'm allergic to mushrooms, I replaced them with cherry tomatoes, instead.
posted:
7/26/2005
I covered the grill with foil & sprayed with Pam, then sprayed the kabobs each time before turning. The BBQ sauce to dip in is not really needed. The vegetables and chicken add all the flavor you could want when brushed lightly with BBQ sauce.
posted:
7/20/2005
I originally thought this recipe called for 900 grams of sodium but I re-read it and discovered that it was only 900 miligrams, a huge difference. I believe this recipe would be very tasty and would recommend it to all my friends and acquaintences.
posted:
7/16/2005
Delicious!! I ended up having to use the broiler option instead of the grill because of a storm, and they still turned out wonderfully. Do be sure to soak the skewers in water as suggested. The whole family loved the taste--even the veggies!
posted:
7/8/2005
I tried the original recipe with the barbecue sauce and also with teriyaki sauce. Both were delicious!
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