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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."
time
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30 min
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30 min
servings
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4 servings
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5/23/2003
Excellent! This was my first time making kabobs and they were delicious! My family loved them. I made separate steak and chicken kabobs. I used the same sequence of veggies for both (onion, green bell pepper, and mushrooms). The barbeque sauce really made it good. Also try teriyaki sauce with the steak (it's great).
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5/21/2003
Can't wait to try it!
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5/20/2003
Easy and yummy!
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5/20/2003
Might I suggest mixing in one (1) 16 oz bottle of Kraft original Italian Salad dressing with the Kraft BBQ Sauce. Skewer the ingredients as indicated but than place the skewers in the marinade for a minimum of three (3) hours before grilling. ( Overnight is better ). It really gives it a wild flavor and brush on the remaining marinade while grilling.
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8/20/2002
I loved this. It is fun to eat and make. I cooked it on the George Forman Grill and the BBQ Grill. Either way it comes out great. Instead of BBQ sauce try teriyaki sauce and them add some on the rice just before eating, this way the rice isn't dry and you don't need to add butter and calories.
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