Mediterranean Grilled Chicken Kebabs

  • lovetotry Posted: 07/25/09
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    Great recipe. Would definitely make it again. Our friends loved it too. We didn't alter the ingredients. its good just like it is.

  • JanelleCorrinne Posted: 06/27/09
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    This recipe is delicious! I made kebabs with boneless skinless breasts, marinated about 2 hours and cooked on the grill. I had some pieces leftover and marinated them overnight, then cooked them in a saute pan the next day for lunch - still delicious! Served with minty bulgur wheat peach salad (Cooking Light, July 2009).

  • Heidelind1 Posted: 06/07/10
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    This is really tasty, but I wish it was a little stronger. I tried marinading the chicken longer and that didn't really help either. But it is really tasty. Oh, I didn't like the orange sections at all.

  • srwfromorange Posted: 05/28/10
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    loved, loved, loved the flavor of the chicken. Kids (19 & 14) didnt care too much for the oranges tho. I'm making it again for a party on Sunday so I think I'll make appetizer size kebabs with only 1 orange piece

  • RobinNewportRI Posted: 08/12/10
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    Actually haven't tried it yet. You should be able to find molasses in the baking area of your local market.

  • Sunshine58 Posted: 08/12/10
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    I've yet to make this, but fully intend to. However, I am at a lost to find molasses as an ingredient. Can someone help me out?

  • paula375 Posted: 06/14/10
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    I substituted pomegranate balsamic vinegar and used regular molasses. This recipe was absolutely amazing! I will definitely make this again and plan to make it for out of town guests whenever possible. I served this with grilled corn and the combination was excellent.

  • ToadHill Posted: 09/02/10
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    The recipe may be outstanding as fixed, but is way too overcomplicated. Pommegranite Orange Dressing?? Come on over to the ergonomic way of writing recipes so that people have the items on hand and can substitute easily. One current food writer refers to this kind of recipe as "recipe tyranny." I would say this is a prime example...I have to make a trip to a well-supplied grocery and spend money to make it!

  • Maryland cook Posted: 05/28/13
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    Followed recipe exactly, and it was splendid as a marinade and sauce for chicken kabobs. Reviewer ToadHill should quit whining. No one forced her/him to make this sauce. There is absolutely nothing tyrannical about this or any other recipe.


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