Grilled Honey Chicken Kebabs

Grilled Honey Chicken Kebabs

Summertime is the perfect time to savor a backyard cookout with friends and family, so why worry about hot kitchen temps? So fire up those grills and prepare for healthy, fun outdoors this season! Say hello to Grilled Chicken Kebabs! This hearty yet light meal requires minimal effort while packing plenty of protein & vitamins. And marinating them overnight gives them superb flavor - mainly when you use Eastern Shore Honey! It adds that irresistible glaze as they caramelize on the grill in less than 20 mins. You can try different types or stick with your favorite Blueberry Honey for an unforgettable summer treat.

platter of grilled chicken kabobs with zucchini, peppers, onion just off the grill

One great thing about kebabs is that you can mix and match what you make.

Are you craving a delicious and healthy light meal? Grill up some fresh produce for veggie kebabs with your favorite marinade! Dig into those flavorful ingredients to create an amazing salad that won't disappoint. If you're more of a meat eater, go ahead and substitute in humanely raised chicken. Not only will this satisfy your appetite, but also benefit the local economy by supporting small businesses from farmers' markets - all while reducing the carbon footprint simultaneously!

summer grilling chicken kabob closeup

Adapting our Grilled Chicken Kebabs

Don't be afraid to get creative. Unleash your inner chef and take this recipe to the next level! For instance, try adding a pinch of spice for an extra kick or top it with fresh herbs for brightness - let that expert palate work its magic. The possibilities are limitless — give yourself permission to play in the kitchen and discover something unique each time you cook up this dish.

  • Use whatever vegetables you like - mushrooms and tomatoes would be excellent.
  • Turn up the heat and add jalapeño that will char beautifully on the grill
  • Mix in different fresh herbs from your garden (or your best friend's garden)
  • Use shrimp or tofu instead of chicken
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