No opinions are skewed here, these Buckley Farms chicken and vegetable kabobs are the easiest and best way to throw together the perfect grilled meal. Become a kabob master with this super simple recipe!
Buckley Farms Boneless & Skinless Chicken Breasts
Salt and Pepper
Mix of your favorite fajita seasonings (garlic powder, cumin, paprika, and red pepper flakes)
Wooden skewer sticks
Take your Buckley Farms chicken breasts and prep them into sliced/cubed pieces, sized to your liking. Prep your vegetables by slicing into skewer friendly sizes as well.
Stack your chicken and vegetables onto your wooden skewers and coat in olive oil, salt, and pepper and your spice medley. Set aside.
Heat grill to medium to high heat. Be sure it is heated before cooking kabobs.
Once heated, cook the kabobs on each side for about 5 to 7 minutes, or until chicken is cooked and golden brown, and veggies have cooked all the way through.
Serve with your favorite kabob partners, and enjoy this delicious and healthy meal!
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Place steak pieces in a resealable plastic gallon-sized bag.
In a small bowl, mix together vegetable oil, lime juice, chili powder, garlic powder, honey, paprika, and black pepper (and salt if desired). Pour over steak and close bag. Place bag in fridge and let marinate for at least an hour.
While the meat is marinading, cut up the peppers and onion into bite-sized pieces. Remove meat from the fridge and discard marinade. Thread meat, peppers, and onion onto the skewers, alternating meat and vegetables.
Cook kabobs on the grill over medium-high, about 6-8 minutes each (turning once or twice to make sure that they are evenly cooked). Serve warm and enjoy!