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BBQ Grilled Chicken Kabobs

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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."
30 min
30 min
4 servings
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My family loved it. We used extra bbq sauce as dipping sauce. It was a big hit.
I used turkey tenderloin instead of the chicken. It was really good.
My husband made these, he made half with bbq sauce and half without, they are so much nicer with bbq sauce. The peppers actually burned before the chicken was cooked, other than that they were very tasty.
It was a great adition to my summer recipes. The kabobs were a light and healthy alternative to the hot dogs and burgers. They were quick and tasty too. I had small skewers so children could enjoy them too. I'll continue to keep this as part of my grilling menu.
These were pretty fun. I just had chicken with some zucchini... super easy and tasted good.
The flavor was amazing and I really loved the taste of the shicken when it was done.
I wasn't sure about the BBQ sauce, but after reading the previous reviews, I knew it must be good.... and it was DELISH!! We added pinapples and mushrooms. YUM! Next time we'll leave the mushrooms whole because a lot of them fell off the skewer.
Delicious. Made some with bell peppers, husband loves. Made some without bell peppers and added extra mushrooms for myself. Just great and very easy.
it was gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood
This was so much fun to make. My husband and three children loved eating then. I didn't realize how much fun these were going to be to make! Since we tried grilled chicken Kabobs, we had to try something with beef. I used beef tips marinated in del steak sauce with whole mushrooms, green bell pepper, & onions for the trimmings. I knew the children would not eat the steak verry well, so I made them their own Kabobs out of Hot dogs. I cut each whole hot dog into three links and placed them on the skewers the same as I had done with the other meat. They loved it. The kids ages are 9, 5, and 2. It is not always easy finding something that they all like. This has made meal time fun for us. The children are now helping me in the kitchen now preparing these. Thank you for all the terrific receips that you share with us. It makes planning meals so much easier and we eat less of that fast food.
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