How about Cooking some Kebabs with your B-B-Q Today!!

@kathy77 (7488)
Australia
January 25, 2007 1:00pm CST
Kebab Cooking Small cuts of meat, seafood, or vegetables on skewers are known as kabobs or brochettes. It is a great way to prepare these items on a grill without losing them through the grating. Metal or wood (bamboo) skewers are frequently used. If using wood, soak the skewers in water for 20 minutes before putting the food on them. This will prevent them from catching on fire during cooking. To insure proper cooking times, place similar items on individual skewers. If you put your chicken on with mushrooms, the mushrooms will burn up before the chicken is done.
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@bgerig (1259)
• United States
14 Mar 07
sounds good. I don't understand about the mushrooms, though and I really like 'srooms.
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@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
14 Mar 07
Thank you so much bgerig, what I meant about the mushrooms is that they would cook before the chicken or other meats on the skewer stick. I hope you understand now.
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@yumoney (194)
• China
14 Mar 07
sorry , i don't konw what's the thing you talking about,but ,sounds good!
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@abbey19 (3129)
• Gold Coast, Australia
15 Mar 07
Kebabs are made on a wooden or metal skewer. Cube pieces of your favourite meat (chicken, pork, etc.) and put onto skewer raw with mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, pieces of onion, capsicum, mushrooms, marinade in a nice sauce of your liking overnight or at least a couple of hours, then grill on the BBQ or a grill pan for a few minutes and eat with a salad. Delicious. You should try them.
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@mummymo (23709)
14 Mar 07
Kathy you are so right this is an easy and tasty way of cooking and the kids love this when we do it in the summer!
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@sherrir101 (3671)
• United States
14 Mar 07
I love to cook kabobs on the grill. Cherry tomatoes, green pepper, pork, onions. mmmmmmm
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@abbey19 (3129)
• Gold Coast, Australia
14 Mar 07
My husband prepares and cooks the most delicious kebabs you have ever tasted. He makes them with chicken, mushrooms, red and green capsicum, onion and sometimes pineapple. He marinades them overnight or a few hours before cooking. The mushrooms do cook before the chicken, but I like them nice and brown anyway - they don't burn. Cutting the meat into smaller pieces helps with the time of the cooking process.
@gabs8513 (48821)
• United Kingdom
14 Mar 07
Well I have to say this sounds lovely and I do agree that you should make sure that your Items are sorted to the Similar Cookingtime.
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