Grilled Chicken Vegetable Kabobs
With summer coming on fast and the temperatures climbing, we start firing up the grill several nights a week. Grilled Chicken Vegetable Kabobs make grilling fun since the little ones can help by making their own kabob. Custom food that they will enjoy making and eating.
I like to sprinkle mine with lemon juice but my little ones love their ranch dressing. We don’t usually season these before cooking them. There is something about a grill that just brings out the natural flavors in food and I have found that I need less spices on dishes like this one.
4 boneless chicken breasts, cut into cubes
2 Red Bell Peppers, seeded and cut into wedges
2 Yellow Bell Peppers, seeded and cut into wedges
1 box Mushrooms, wiped clean
1 box cherry tomatoes, rinsed
1 onion, cut into wedges
1 can Pineapple chunks
1 package bamboo skewers
Once all your items are cut into wedges, start threading them on your skewers – leave enough room to be able to grasp end to turn
Brush or drizzle oil over skewers
Place on grill over medium heat and cook until chicken is done – 15-20 minutes depending on the size of pieces
Turn skewers one quarter rotation every five minutes while cooking to keep from burning
Jenifer Moore says
Looks like its time to buy some skewers sounds yummy have never done before. Thanks for the recipe and review
Dorothy Teel says
THese look so good, remember to soak your wooden skewers in water for about 30 minutes before putting on food and it will help keep wooden skewers from burning, I love this can’t have th pineapple though allergies, but all the rest is great.
Jill A. Collins says
This is one of my absolute favorite etchings to grill in the Summer. It’s a great twist for chicken and vegetables, which is rather a staple in our home.
Angel Heaven Lee says
We had a cookout a few weeks ago and made chicken kabobs… they were a big hit with everyone… I loved it! It was hard to get the mushrooms to stay on the skewers though.. lol
These look amazing! Perfect for summer & grilling out! 🙂
Cathy French says
this looks really good and its easy too
We always make sure to cut the meat pieces a little smaller than the vegetables for my husband, because he likes his meat well done and his vegetables crunchy. Vice-versa for opposite results.
Paula morgan says
I also love to make chicken kabobs. I also love to make pork kabobs, with boneless pork chunks. I like to buy the less expensive pork that is packaged for making Carnita’s, cut it into chunks, and use the same vegetables, along with the pineapple. I save the pineapple juice and use it instead of lemon juice on the kabobs. I serve it on a bed of rice pilaf and it’s wonderful!!
Cassandra WM says
Kabobs are one of my absolute favorite dishes! I love how easy and simple yet completely customizable they are. They’re a great way to get kids to eat a variety of veggies too, and my daughter loves to help me make them.
valerie guerrero says
this looks yummy i cant believe how many different things you can use for kabobs
Brooke Bumgardner says
Mmmm these look so good! I love grilling kabobs in the summer time. So scrumptious and fun to eat. I love how many different combinations you can make as well. Great recipe!
Hahaha! My roommate is addicted to grilling chicken kabobs right now. I’ll have to send this to him so that he has some other options. 🙂
Jasmine P says
I love Kabobs! These look delicious!
Jennifer Hiles says
My family made these for the first time last year. They were so darn good. We used shrimp and steak in place of chicken but all the rest was pretty much the same. We can’t wait to make them again! I’ll have to try chicken this time 🙂
Tammy S says
Oh man these look incredible! I like the idea of putting a little lemon juice on them. I can’t wait until we can BBQ to make these.
Rachel Cartucci says
Ooh,I love Kabob’s…..vegie ones are the best!
ellen beck says
These look really good we make kabobs now and then and its been awhile. I may have to put these on the menu now that you have reminded me of how good they sound!
I have never had a kabob. It seems like a lot of work.
Christy Denton says
These look delicious! I will have to save this recipe for our first cookout 🙂
Tamra Phelps says
Oh, that does look good. I’d like to get someone to put these on the grill for me!
These grilled chicken vegetable kebobs look delicious, they make a great addition to any barbecue. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
rebeka deleon says
I love making kebobs and my husband loves to grill. I like to marinate the meat first though. it makes it melt in your mouth!
This is one of the first items we bbq every spring, we love kebobs, and it’s great for the family because they can make their own skews and tailor them to their tastes.
Ann Cluck says
I love kabobs!!! Just waiting for the fresh vegies to go with my chicken/shrimp. Thanks for the article. Love your recipes!!
rochelle haynes says
I love to try this it looks good
I have never had a kabob before. I would maybe cook it that way then cut it up and put it in a shell.
Nancy Loring says
I’m so glad that it is finally spring. Time for the grill. I’ve made alo of kabobs in my lifetime but I never put pineapple on it, good idea. I bet the grill gives it a nice smokey flavor.
Thank you for sharing this recipe with us. My husband loves kebabs!