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Sweet BBQ Chicken Kabobs

Sweet BBQ Chicken Kabobs recipe
photo by:kraft
These better-for-you BBQ chicken kabobs have an island vibe going on. Think OJ, fresh pineapple and peppers. Now all you need is a drink with an umbrella.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/27/2006
My chicken took a lot longer than the recipe stated to cook. I believe I will pre-bake the chicken first next time.
posted:
6/27/2006
This was so tasty that I decided to add cut up pork as well. It was so flavorful and very attractive on the serving plate.
posted:
6/27/2006
The pineapple with the chicken was so good.
posted:
6/25/2006
Very quick and makes a pretty presentation on the plate.
posted:
6/24/2006
very easy,enjoyable,lite yet filling.Espicially like the sweet taste of pineapple and the BBQ sauce on Kabobs..this enhanced the taste of the peppers..This is definitely a keeper. thanks
posted:
6/21/2006
I work a lot and having the time to cook, can sometimes be very limited. I fixed this recipe and my family really enjoyed it, even my picky eater. Thanks Kraftfoods
posted:
6/20/2006
We added chunks of beef sausage (precooked) to each skewer along with the chicken since we were feeding 12 - was delicious!
posted:
6/20/2006
i soaked the wooden skewers first. did not use tinfoil on the ends. the pineapple was delicious. they were a big hit on father's day. i marinated the chicken in a plastic bag for one hour then skewerd them.
posted:
6/19/2006
Very good and enjoyed adding pineapple to the kabobs. Instead of wrapping the ends in foil, I soaked the skewers in water for a few minutes before sliding the food onto them.
posted:
6/15/2006
Yum! I have made these twice already. The foil on the ends is a good tip...I didn't do it the first time and they got really burnt. But still VERY GOOD. :)
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