Escape the Midsummer Dinner Doldrums with 5 New Kebab Combos
A simple wooden skewer may be the answer to all your mealtime needs — if you need something that’s quick, fun and delicious, that is! Give new life to staple ingredients by threading them onto skewers for a refreshing twist on dinner.
Cheeseburger Kebabs (pictured above)
Here’s a fun new way to eat cheeseburgers — on a stick! These totally stacked, shareable kebabs combine all the elements of a classic burger, including the lettuce, tomato and pickles.
Cook your entire meal on the grill — including the sides. Nancy Fuller’s vegetarian skewers include peppers, onions and pineapple, and get spiced up with a zesty honey-lime vinaigrette.
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Pizza meets kebabs on the grill. Kids love to pull the chunks of sausage, bread and tomatoes off the skewers with their hands, dip them in tomato sauce and eat — just like a New York slice, no forks allowed.
Buffalo Chicken Skewers from Food Network Magazine
These fiery kebabs are super-simple to pull off. Thread chicken tenders, celery (yes, it tastes great grilled!) and tomatoes onto a skewer and baste with Buffalo sauce. Don’t forget the blue cheese dressing.
Have breakfast for dinner! This hand-held version of a weekend favorite is served with grilled bacon and warm maple syrup for the ultimate sweet and salty treat.