December 17, 2015
Cube meat: I usually cube my kebobs into 1" cubes, so look for a piece of meat cut at least 1" tall. Tip: Making sure you have uniform size cubes ensures that all pieces of meat on the skewer will be done at the same time.
BBQ Kebobs on an oiled medium grill. Grilling chicken kebobs will take about 10 to 15 minutes, turning frequently. Beef will take less time depending of course how you like your beef done. As always with poultry don't undercook and with beef, don’t overcook! Test your chicken when it is getting close by removing a kebob and cutting into a cube. There should be no pink inside and any juices should run clear. Serve warm!
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