Summer Kabobs

It’s officially Summer! Which also means that it is grilling season! Kabobs are super easy and delicious. They are great for meat eaters and vegetarians alike!

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Ingredients: (Serves 3-4)

For Kabobs:

1 Medium Onion cut in 8 wedges (Leave the root part for easy maneuvering on the girll)
1 8oz. Container of Mushrooms
3/4 Cup Cherry Tomatoes
1 Can of Potatoes (I know it sounds weird)
1 Cubed up Ribeye
2 Chicken Breasts (You can cut and skewer all of them or leave whole)
Salt and Pepper

Basting Sauce for Kabobs:

1 Stick of Butter (Salted)
1 Clove of Smashed Garlic
1/2 tsp. Dried Chives
Salt and Pepper to taste

Recipe:

1.  Preheat grill to 350°
2.  Skewer all veggies and meat individually.  I do not recommend intermixing the ingredients since they all have a different cooking time. This also makes it easier for people to pick and choose what they would like! Sidebar-If you are using wooden skewers, soak them in water for at least 30 minutes prior to using
3.  Melt butter, smashed garlic, chives, and salt and pepper in a saucepan until warm
4.  Season all ingredients with salt and pepper and then brush with the basting sauce before heading to the grill
5.  If you’re cooking the chicken breasts whole, put them on the grill first over direct heat for 5 minutes on each side and then transfer to indirect for at least another 30 minutes
6.  The onions, potatoes, and steak can go on at the same time – they will take about 10 minutes.  Only flip each once, 5 minutes on each side
7.  The mushrooms will need about 6-8 minutes and the tomatoes will only need about 4 minutes
8.  If you have extra basting liquid, baste right before taking off the grill

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