We know youâ€™ve grilled kabobs before but have you ever tried using rosemary skewers? Marinate the chicken using this versatile herb and then grill it on the stems. The smoky aroma will have the neighbors peeking over the fence. You will have some rosemary left over so donâ€™t let it go to waste! Search our recipes for another new dish to try.
1 lb. of skinless chicken breasts cut into 1 1/2 – 2â€ pieces
1/4 cup of olive oil
1 tablespoon of rosemary stems removed and minced, reserve stems
1 clove of garlic crushed through a garlic press or 1 cube of Dorot brand garlic
1 small zucchini sliced into Â½â€ pieces
1 pint of grape tomatoes
1 medium red onion cut in half and quartered
1/2 of a yellow pepper, seeds and white pulp removed and cut into 1â€ pieces
1/2 of an orange pepper, seeds and white pulp removed and cut into 1â€ pieces
1/4 cup of olive oil
1 tablespoon of rosemary stems removed and Â minced, reserve stems
1 clove of garlic crushed through a garlic press or 1 cube of Dorat brand garlic
1 cucumber peeled and thinly sliced
Prepare the rosemary skewers by removing all of the rosemary from the stems. You will need 15 skewers, which is about two packages of rosemary from the grocery store or feel free to use your own garden sprigs.
For chicken, add all ingredients to a gallon sized Ziploc bag and massage bag so that chicken is evenly coated. Refrigerate for about an hour or longer, massaging a couple of times.
For vegetables, add all ingredients to a large bowl and mix until vegetables are evenly coated. The vegetable do not need to marinate. Skewer chicken and vegetables, alternating as desired. Grill on medium high grill for about 8 â€“ 10 minutes turning often. Do not be alarmed if some of the tips of your branches catch fire. The flames will die down quickly.
TryParducci Family Farmed Pinot Noir (California),Â Rodney Strong Pinot Noir (California), Pedroncelli Pinot Noir (Russian River Valley, California),Â Flensburger Brauerei Gold Premium Lager Beer (Germany), or a beer fromÂ Summer Flight by the Samuel Adamâ€™s Brewery.
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