This was delicious. I changed up a few of the vegetables, but I followed everything else completely. It was simple and my family absolutely loved it. I served it with brown rice and fresh bread.
Chicken Kebabs with Creamy Pesto
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CSoufleris Posted: 09/09/10
perryk Posted: 09/05/10
Run4Cupcakes Posted: 09/09/10
We left the breasts whole and cut the veggies in strips instead of chunks and grilled them like that (instead of making kebabs), but it turned out really well.
LBoutell Posted: 08/25/10
This was easy to prepare and a very tasty weeknight meal. We used the bbq. Served with bbq eggplant slices, steamed green beans and garlic flatbread. The kids even liked it. I did add some extra veggies to the skewers and kept the onions separate as they needed more time to cook.
honeybeecooking Posted: 09/08/10
Marvelous! I doubled the recipe. The only changes I made were that I used fresh garlic and green instead of yellow peppers. Next time, I won't double the sauce - it was nice, but we didn't need quite that much. Served with steamed fresh green beans, corn on the cob, and crusty bread. Everyone - even the kids - loved this one!!
CindyandSteve Posted: 01/14/11
Loved it! It was really easy to make and the flavors go so well together. I will be making this again!!
NicNowhere Posted: 04/19/11
This was so delicious and so easy! I also added mushrooms because my boyfriend and I love them! So flavorful.
LissieGirl Posted: 05/27/11
This was easy and delicious! A refreshing change from grilled chicken breast. I used yellow, orange and red peppers and mushrooms, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. We were going to grill them, but it started to rain so I ended up broiling them like it says to, and they were still fabulous!!
KellyBeth Posted: 08/14/11
YUM! I used zucchini, onion, and cherry tomatoes (that's what I had on hand). SOOO good!
kelley02 Posted: 08/16/11
I substituted 3 TB 0% plain greek yogurt for the 2 TB sour cream + 2 TB low fat plain yogurt & still enjoyed the pesto. I baked them in an oven but I imagine that they would work well on a grill. If possible, make your own pesto instead of a store-bought version. I would definitely make this again & the sauce could work well with other dishes.
TriKali Posted: 08/31/11
Served with corn on the cob and crusty bread. Was great and easy. Cooked on the grill--took a bit longer than expected but was very good.
segan101 Posted: 08/20/12
Nothing all that special. Sauce is good but that's all. If I make it again I won't bother with the added task of making the kebobs. Can just broil or grill without the trouble.