Featuring Chicken Kabobs
The phrase "Kebab" is essentially Persian in origin and originally meant "fried not grilled meat", where the Arabic tradition is defined "to burn, char". With many spellings and much history over the years, Kebobs offer a wide variety of meat dishes and options found worldwide today.
It includes grilled, roasted, ground and stewed dishes of large or small cuts of meat and may be served on plates, in sandwiches, or in bowls. The traditional meat for Kabobs is lamb, but depending on today's tastes can now include beef, goat, chicken, pork and even fish or seafood. With "Shish Kebobs", cubes of fruit or vegetables are often threaded on the skewer as well. Typical vegetables include eggplant, tomato, bell pepper, onions, and mushrooms.
Kabobs are a great option for many events and the versatility is amazing. Try our Kabob Marinade recipe with chicken, beef or pork. A perfect catering option, appetizer or an elegant entree with rice.
Spectacular flavor and ease of preparation lets you finish it off with your own creative touch.