Pepper and Veggie Kabobs
When it comes to grilling some homemade kabobs, any type of pepper is a great choice for your kabobs. You will need to purchase either wooden skewers or metal skewers to thread your food one for cooking. If you purchase wooden ones, make sure you soak them in water before using so that they don’t catch on fire during the grilling process.
The great thing about making Kabob’s is that you put anything type you like on the skewers. Just make sure that they food is cut into like sizes so that grilling process is even and they all can cook at a similar time and temperature.
Here are some food choices you can use to mix and match for your Kabobs
Meat Choices: Beef, Pork, Venison
Poultry Choices: Chicken, Turkey, Quail, Dove, Duck
Vegetables: Russet Potatoes, Red Potatoes, Onions, Zucchini, Squash, Mushrooms, Carrots
Peppers: Sweet Bell Peppers, Chili Peppers, Habanero Peppers, Banana Peppers
You can use any all-purpose seasoning that is geared towards your meat choice. For example, if you are using beef, try an all-purpose beef or steak seasoning. You can also sprinkle your choice of seasoning onto the vegetables after you have brushed them with a little olive oil to prevent burning.
You then thread your choice of meats and vegetables (alternating them as you go) onto the skewer and place over a hot pre-heated grill and grill them until done. Let them cool for 2-3 minutes before removing them from the skewer. You can choose to use just veggies and no meat. This will cook much quicker, so make sure to watch your temperatures.
All different kinds of pepper and veggies work great with your meats and making Kabobs is a wonderful low-cal way to enjoy your favorite peppers, meats and veggies quickly and easily. Enjoy!
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