Six easy and delicious skewer recipes to make and enjoy all summer long! You can prep them ahead of time for easy entertaining.
Grilled Skewers are delicious and wonderful for easy entertaining. You can prep them ahead of time and grill them when it's time for dinner. They work well with chicken or beef and you can customize them with all types of flavors.
We've rounded up some of our favorites today. These recipes include lots of tips and tricks to ensure moist and juicy meat, never dried out from the grill. Add these to your summer menus and expect rave reviews!
Middle Eastern Grilled Chicken with Toum (Shish Taouk)
This super tender, super juicy, Middle Eastern Grilled Chicken with Toum (a delicious Lebanese garlic spread) and roasted cherry tomatoes is one of those fabulous meals you'll find yourself craving again and again!
Peruvian Grilled Chicken Skewers
Juicy, tender grilled chicken, bursting with vibrant flavor. These Peruvian Grilled Chicken Skewers are a delicious fusion of South American and Asian cuisines!
Bacon Bourbon Barbecued Chicken Skewers
These Barbecued Chicken Skewers are beyond delicious, with tender chunks of spice-rubbed chicken breast, smoky bacon and crisp red onion. They're grilled to perfection, then charred with a super easy Bourbon Barbecue Sauce.
Grilled Lemongrass Beef Skewers
Looking for a crowd pleaser? Throw together the marinade for these Lemongrass Beef Skewers early in the day and dinner will be super easy - and super delicious!
Asian Grilled Chicken Veggie Skewers
These delicious, Asian Grilled Chicken Veggie Skewers employ a secret shortcut to make the recipe SO easy! They're sweet, sticky and have a bit of heat. Make them for rave reviews!
Lemon, Garlic and Rosemary Chicken Skewers
Everyone loves these moist, super delicious Lemon, Garlic and Rosemary Chicken Skewers. They're great for entertaining, as all of the prep can be done ahead!
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