Spicy Lemon Chicken Kabobs
Total TimePrep: 15 min. + marinating Grill: 10 min.
This dish is a nice change from burgers on the grill. The marinade added flavor, and the grilled lemons were delicious. We dressed this up by mixing the chicken with regular kabob veggies (mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, onions, and peppers), which also tasted good with a little lemon squeezed on them. A nice dish for company that we will make again.
We loved it, only one problem I didn't have any skewers on hand, no turned this into a "sheet pan dinner". Added some potatoes and this was lovely. The lemon juices from the lemon just permeated the food. Will make again! VFE
This was good though the flavors were more subtle than I expected. (I also wonder if this was due to my using thawed frozen chicken breasts instead of fresh chicken breasts...maybe the water that was still left in the chicken diminished the ability for the marinade to soak in?) I do love rosemary and lemon together!
Great, flavorful recipe although not really very spicy. Guests loved it.
Good chicken kabob recipe but I did not find this spicy at all.
Two of us thought the lemon flavor was too mild and two of us thought it was just right...two of us thought it had a nice heat level and two of us thought there wasn't enough (although we usually all like about the same level of heat). LOL! But overall it did have a nice flavor.
How is it that I haven't tried this sooner??? I love, love, love Meyer lemons and use them whenever possible. Unfortunately, I did not have any available for this recipe, so I used regular lemons with great results! I used crushed rosemary - again what I had on hand. I added a splash of tobasco to the marinade because I like some heat with my chicken. The kabobs were tasty and juicy. I recommend testing for doneness after 10 minutes to keep from drying them out.
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