Mix your favorite meats and fresh produce on skewers for your next cookout. These flavorful kebab recipes are sure to impress guests.
Albacore Tuna, Cucumber, and Potato KebabsThese kebabs are a good way to use tuna loin, especially any odd-shaped pieces left over from making another recipe. Cooking cucumber may seem unusual, but heat brings out its sweetness.
Pesto Shrimp KebabsRed and yellow bell peppers pop next to pesto-marinated shrimp. Serve these seafood skewers atop couscous, orzo, or a green salad.
Lemony Grilled Lamb Kebabs with Peppers and OnionsServe these savory Grilled Lamb Kebabs with Mint and Scallion Relish and lemon wedges for a satisfying weekend meal.
Halibut Kebabs with Grilled Bread and PancettaWe couldn't believe how outrageously yummy these halibut skewers are. Crusty Italian bread and halibut are seasoned with fresh rosemary, then woven with pancetta and grilled until golden.
Tuscan Pork KebabsComing in at less than 200 calories per serving, this colorful grilled summer dish is perfect for a light picnic on the patio. Sautéed chard makes a simple side.
Middle Eastern Kofta Kebabs with Lemon-Tahini Sauce
Cooked quinoa acts as a binder for these kebabs, packing them with extra protein and some whole-grain goodness.
Caribbean Chicken Kebabs with Lime-Cayenne ButterMarinate chicken in a tangy mixture of orange juice, soy sauce, and ginger, grill on skewers alongside pieces of onion, bell pepper and pineapple, and baste with a spicy lime butter.
Chicken Kebabs and Nectarine SalsaThis company-worthy meal has a hint of spice from the chicken that is balanced by the flavors from the nectarine salsa.
Chicken Kebabs with Cucumber NoodlesMarinated in a little honey, ginger, soy sauce, and peanut oil, Asian-inspired Chicken Kebabs with Cucumber Noodles are paired with cucumber noodles to create an easy weeknight dinner.
Pork and Pineapple KebabsReminiscent of a Hawaiian pizza, these kebabs combine savory and sweet flavors using pork tenderloin, pineapple, and poblano peppers.
Seafood KebabsWhen you can’t decide between seafood and sausage, go with these grilled kebabs featuring smoked sausage plus shrimp, snapper, and scallops. Marinate all the ingredients in an orange –cumin vinaigrette for a spicy, citrus flavor.
Swordfish à la MojitoFlavors from the classic cocktail shine in this simple recipe. Lime juice, fresh mint, rum and brown sugar create a delectable marainde for grilled swordfish kebabs.
Grilled Sirloin Skewers with Peaches and PeppersOnline reviewers rave about the combination of flavors from grilled sirloin steak, fresh peaches, onions, bell peppers, and tangy sauce. Turn to this recipe when you need an easy summertime dinner.
Pork Tenderloin with Costa Rican Coffee GlazeDiscover the magic of using brewed coffee in a basting sauce. The coffee contributes deep color as well a rich, robust flavor to the glaze that’s spiked with rum, molasses, cinnamon, and cocoa.
Seasoned Lamb KebabsDinner's a breeze with Seasoned Lamb Kebabs on the menu. Save time by combining this recipe's bevvy of warming spices in advance, and chop veggies and store them in the fridge until it’s time to make your skewers.
Beef and Bell Pepper KebabsStrips of beef sirloin and multicolored bell peppers marinate in bold Asian flavors like soy sauce, ginger, and five-spice powder before grilling to perfection.
Chicken, Red Onion, and Prosciutto-Wrapped Plum KebabsThe prosciutto-wrapped plums are the highlight of these easy chicken kebabs, as their savory-sweet flavors become more pronounced on the grill.
Lamb Kebabs with Yogurt SauceAt 95¢ a serving, these colorful Mediterranean-style lamb skewers are a great choice for outdoor entertaining.
Mediterranean Grilled Chicken KebabsA marinade of pomegranate molasses, orange juice, balsamic vinegar and rosemary adds amazing sweet and savory flavor to these tender chicken kebabs.
BBQ Tempeh and Mushroom KebabsVegetarians and carnivores alike will dig the combination of meaty mushrooms, soy tempeh, and cherry tomatoes.
Anticuchos (Peruvian Beef Kebabs)Get authentic Peruvian flavor by rubbing the steak with a fiery spice rub of hot paprika, black pepper, and turmeric and serving with a savory yellow bell pepper sauce.
Jamaican Jerk Beef KebabsAdd island flair to your grilled kebabs by coating the beef cubes in a spicy hot mixture of habanero pepper, allspice, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Grill red bell pepper and ripe plantain pieces on skewers with the beef for a complete meal.
Steak and Avocado KebabsRich avocado provides the perfect foil to lean sirloin steak. Use avocados that are firm, not mushy, in order to maintain their shape on the grill.
Chicken Kebabs with CouscousThe bold flavor in the chicken kebabs comes from the Indian spice blend, garam masala, curry powder, and feta cheese. Marinate the pieces of chicken in the spiced yogurt mixture, grill on skewers, then serve over Israeli couscous.
Pineapple Chicken Kebabs with Cilantro-Lime SlawA sweet-tangy-spicy glaze of Asian pantry staples caramelizes beautifully under the broiler. To complete the meal, serve with jasmine rice tossed with sliced green onions and lime rind strips.
Hoisin-Glazed Beef KebabsAll it takes is a little sweet hoisin sauce, ginger, and rice vinegar to turn your beef tenderloin skewers into an Asian-style dinner. Round out the meal with cellophane noodles and grilled bok choy.
Salmon, Asparagus, and Fresh Lemon KebabsPink-fleshed salmon is a nutritional powerhouse, along with asparagus and lemons. The three together make these kebabs uber healthy (and delicious).
Lemon-Soy Beef Kebabs with Pearl CouscousFor maximum flavor and tenderness, marinate the beef cubes overnight. You'll need 8 wooden skewers (12 in. long), soaked in water for 30 minutes.
Lemony Chicken Kebabs with Tomato-Parsley SaladHere's a six-ingredient dish that delivers big taste with minimal fuss. If you're pressed for time, cut the marinating back to 15 minutes--lemon flavor will still come through.
Teriyaki Pork and PineappleA 3-ingredient marinade of mirin, sake, and soy sauce adds sweet and salty flavor to the pork tenderloin, onion, and pineapple chunks. Grilling caramelizes the natural sugars in the pineapple and onion and brings out their amazing sweetness.
Lamb, Tomato, and Mint KebabsLamb and mint are a classic combo, but this spin-off ditches the mint jelly for fresh mint leaves.
Steak-and-Vegetable KebabsMake a meal on a skewer by grilling sirloin steak pieces with bell pepper, onion, and zucchini, then serving over salad greens.
Yogurt-Marinated Chicken and Zucchini KebabsMiddle Eastern-inspired spices and Greek yogurt create a tangy marinade for humble chicken breasts, while thick zucchini slices hold up well on the grill.
Classic Beef Shish KebabsThe trick with this shish kebab recipe is to cook the beef separately from the vegetables so nothing overcooks. You can prepare this recipe on an electric grill pan, charcoal or gas grill.