Get ready to hit the grill with these Grilled Skewer Recipes. Mouthwatering, Healthy Kabob Recipes including chicken, beef, pork, shrimp and veggies.
Warm weather will be here soon, and when it arrives, we’ll be ready to fire up the grill! If you’re tired of the same ol’ hamburgers, hot dogs, and steaks, these skewer recipes for the grill will give you lots of flavor inspiration. Whether you’re into beef, chicken, pork, or shrimp, you’re going to find a scrumptious meal the whole family will love.
Skewers, kebabs, kabobs, or meat on a stick—whatever you call them, they’re just plain tasty. The secret to delicious meat on the grill is a marinade, and you’ll find some delicious options here, ranging from ranch to citrus to honey-based marinades.
How do you grill in an oven?
Want to take grilled recipes to the oven? Use the broiler! While a grill cooks from underneath, a broiler cooks from above. You can get beautiful browning without ever firing up a grill. The broiler and grill are a very similar cooking process, but you do need to monitor your meat closely when using an oven broiler to prevent scorching. You can read more about grilling in your oven on WikiHow.
What do you do with skewers before grilling?
Remember, if you’re using wooden skewers, soak them for at least 30 minutes before grilling to keep them from catching fire and burning.
These Grilled Vegetable Kabobs are the perfect side to accompany any of your spring and summer meals on the grill. You’re shown how to make them three different ways with three different marinades. You’ll never get bored with your veggies with all these options! | My Pure Plants
Chicken Skewer Recipes
One of our favorite recipes are these Chicken Pineapple Kabobs. So moist and a perfect combination of juicy pineapple and zesty peppers. | Frugal Coupon Living
These Grilled Honey Garlic Chicken Skewers are sweet, tangy, and will become a summertime favorite. They’re made with boneless, skinless chicken thighs, which are richer in flavor than chicken breasts, but you can sub breast meat if that’s what you have on hand. Marinate them at last two hours before grilling, but overnight is best. | Urban Bliss Life
Satay is a popular dish in Southeast Asia, and you can enjoy it right from your grill! This recipe is for Spicy Peanut Chicken Satay, but you can also choose beef, lamb, pork, or even fish as your meat. The spicy peanut sauce is what makes the dish. Pair it with a cucumber salad to cool off your tastebuds between bites. | Foodal
You’ll love the spicy, sweet flavor combo on these Lime Honey Sriracha Chicken Kebabs. Cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, zucchini, and mushrooms all pair well with the chicken and this marinade, but choose your favorites. Serve them over rice or with a big green salad on the side. | Powered by Mom
Cook these Greek Chicken Souvlaki up in just 15 minutes. Talk about a quick weeknight meal! Enjoy the flavors of the Mediterranean with a simple marinade made with just five ingredients. Serve over rice, with a salad, or in a pita topped with tzatziki. | Flavor the Moments
Chicken thighs are marinated in a cider and mustard sauce and served with a delicious honey mustard dipping sauce in this recipe for Cider Honey Chicken Skewers. They make a delicious entree or appetizer for a backyard get-together. | Amy Casey Cooks
Meat eaters, rejoice! These Bacon Ranch Chicken Kabobs are stuffed with tender pieces of chicken and crispy bacon, all drenched in a ranch marinade. Everyone will love them, so they’re perfect for serving your family on a busy weeknight or for having friends over for a backyard barbecue. | Gimme Some Grilling
The yogurt-based marinade keeps the chicken for these Grilled Tandoori Chicken Kebabs tender and super flavorful. Pair the chicken with onions and bell peppers for a simple, flavorful entrée that’s a real crowd-pleaser. | Maple and Mango
The fresh herbs, lemon, and olive oil are the perfect flavor combination for these Triple Herb Chicken and Zucchini Skewers. The herbs—parsley, basil, and oregano—make ordinary chicken breasts taste extraordinary. The veggies and meat are skewered separately here to avoid over-cooking the chicken, but you can put them together if you’d like. | Zestful Kitchen
Beef Skewer Recipes
When it comes to beef, a hot dog might not be at the top of your list. However, if you want to pleasing the kids, whip up a couple of these hot dog beef kabobs – they will love it. | Frugal Coupon Living.
For an easy and delicious meal, try these Grilled Steak Kabobs with Homemade Teriyaki Sauce. Sirloin steak is skewered and grilled with poblano peppers, pineapple, and red onions. Feel free to add or swap out veggies according to your own preferences. Bell peppers and mushrooms go great with steak, too. | Brooklyn Active Mama
A good marinade is the secret to perfect kebabs. Marinating the meat adds to the flavor and tenderizes the meat—something you definitely don’t want to skip when you’re grilling beef. The marinade for these Citrus Marinated Beef Kebabs is made with orange juice, lime juice, and plenty of savory spices. | Foodal
Have you ever skewered ground beef? It may sound strange, but you won’t think so after trying these Ground Beef Kebabs. It’s kind of like eating meatloaf or a burger on a stick, which is just a lot of fun. Serve with potato salad, pasta salad, a green salad, rice, etc. They’re delicious with so many sides. | Delicious on a Dime
These healthy, hearty Grilled Steak Kabobs with Cilantro Chimichurri are the perfect patio meal for the summer. Juicy, tender bits of beef are smothered in a delicious cilantro chimichurri and skewered along with zucchini and red onions. | Lemons and Zest
You’d never know that these Asian Steak Kebabs with Asparagus and Mushrooms are Whole30 and keto-friendly. The tasty marinade is made with coconut aminos, lime, and a few other simple ingredients. The meat is ribeye steaks, but you could sub a more affordable option like sirloin or flat iron steak if you prefer. | Cook at Home Mom
Shrimp Skewer Recipes
You’ll love the big pop of sweet, smoky flavor in these Jerk Pineapple Shrimp Skewers. They’re marinated in a homemade Jamaican jerk marinade and cook up in under 10 minutes. | Flavor the Moments
These Pineapple Shrimp Skewers will feed a crowd and are perfect for your Fish Friday meals during Lent or any other time during the year. | Confetti and Bliss
These Greek-Style Grilled Shrimp are coated in garlic and feta cheese and can be on the table in under 30 minutes. Shrimp cooks on the grill very quickly! Serve with couscous, lettuce greens, and top with feta cheese, tomatoes, fresh lemon juice, and parsley. | Platter Talk
This recipe for Coconut Rum Grilled Shrimp screams summer. What could be more fitting than a coconut-rum marinade? And you’ll heat a bit of the marinade to make a delicious glaze to coat the shrimp after they’re done cooking, too. Yum! | Home Cooking Memories
Pork Skewer Recipes
If you’re looking for a great tailgating recipe, look no further. These Grilled Pork Loin Kabobs are soaked in a sweet and spicy marinade and cook up in about 6 minutes on the grill. Save some of the marinade to use as a dipping sauce, and serve with lime wedges. They’ll be a hit! | Confetti and Bliss
Have you ever had Pinchos? These Puerto Rican Grilled Pork Kebabs are so flavorful and are traditionally served with a piece of bread on top. You really must let these marinate at least 12 hours, but 24 hours is better for both flavor and tenderness. | Sense and Edibility
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Last Updated on June 6, 2021 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living