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Sunday, December 26, 2021

Grilled Party Kabobs / #OurFamilyTable

If you are looking for a tasty, and easy New Year's Eve recipe for your family and guests, Grilled Party Kabobs are for you! They are full of good-for-you ingredients, for those new year's resolutions, and they are fresh and tasty, so you will want to make them again and again!

Grilled Party Kabobs  

(makes approx. 2 dozen kabobs)

(printable recipe at end of page)


1 small blue Baby Potato per kabob

1 lb. raw Chicken Breast

1 small Cherry Tomato per kabob

1 medium/large Red Onion

1 package medium length wooden skewers


There are just a few ingredients in the recipe, making it easy to put together, with products you probably already have in your kitchen. Cut the onion into long, thin pieces. It will give a fun look to the kabob! 


Start by rinsing the potatoes in the sink. These potatoes are easily found at the grocery. The size works perfect for the kabobs. They are from Melissas's Produce. The bag includes several colors, all of which would be perfect for this recipe. You could mix them up too!


Once you decide on the color you want to use, place the potatoes in a bowl and add a little bit of water. Place in microwave for 2-3 minutes. You are just letting the potatoes get a head start on the cooking, because they take a bit longer to grill than the other ingredients on the stick. 



Cut the chicken breast into small bite size pieces, thick enough to cook on the skewers. If your pieces are cut too thin the meat will cook faster than the other food on your stick. Sprinkle your chicken with garlic powder and black pepper.


Put your skewers together. I styled these to be appetizers, so I used one of each vegetable and 2 pieces of chicken. Putting the onion in a circle makes for a fun and pretty look.


Grill for approx. 10-15 minutes, turning the skewers to grill evenly. 



Add a favorite dipping sauce, or several to the party tray!


Thank so much for checking out my Grilled Party Kabobs for your new Years Eve Party or holiday get together! 
Find the printable version of this recipe at the end of the page.

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Grilled Party Kabobs
Yield: 2 dozen mini kabobs
Author: The Freshman Cook

Grilled Party Kabobs

These Grilled Party Kabobs are perfect for your upcoming New Years Eve celebration! Make them earlier in the day for quick and easy party prep!

Ingredients

Grilled Party Kabobs
  • 1 small blue Baby Potato per kabob
  • 1 lb. raw Chicken Breast
  • 1 small Cherry Tomato per kabob
  • 1 medium/large Red Onion
  • 1 package medium length wooden skewers

Instructions

  1. There are just a few ingredients in the recipe, making it easy to put together, with products you probably already have in your kitchen. Cut the onion into long, thin pieces. It will give a fun look to the kabob!
  2. Start by rinsing the potatoes in the sink. These potatoes are easily found at the grocery. The size works perfect for the kabobs. They are from Melissas's Produce. The bag includes several colors, all of which would be perfect for this recipe. You could mix them up too!
  3. Once you decide on the color you want to use, place the potatoes in a bowl and add a little bit of water. Place in microwave for 2-3 minutes. You are just letting the potatoes get a head start on the cooking, because they take a bit longer to grill than the other ingredients on the stick.
  4. Cut the chicken breast into small bite size pieces, thick enough to cook on the skewers. If your pieces are cut too thin the meat will cook faster than the other food on your stick. Sprinkle your chicken with garlic powder and black pepper.
  5. Put your skewers together. I styled these to be appetizers, so I used one of each vegetable and 2 pieces of chicken. Putting the onion in a circle makes for a fun and pretty look.
  6. Grill for approx. 10-15 minutes, turning the skewers to grill evenly.
  7. Add a favorite dipping sauce, or several to the party tray!
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