Kabobs!

June 23, 2013 at 6:38 pm | Posted in Grilling Out, Kabobs, Main Dish, Polska Kielbasa, Supper, Uncategorized, Veggies | Leave a comment

When my husband and I owned our sailboat, Rozinante, we grilled out year-round.  One of our fave things to grill was kabobs.  You can make kabobs out of anything – as long as it slides onto the skewer!  Today at the grocery store, I grabbed a package of Polska Kielbasa plus some veggies and we created our own Kabobs.

Our grill is charcoal; hubby is in charge of starting the fire.  It takes about 45-60 minutes from the beginning of lighting the fire until the charcoal is white and hot and ready for the food.

Ingredients:

1 pound Eckrich Polska Kielbasa

Veggies:

baby red potatoes

tomatoes

onion

sweet peppers

canned pineapple chunks

fresh mushrooms

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI sliced and diced everything up and created an assembly line of “do it yourself” kabobs; here you can see the meat, tomatoes, onion peppers:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAHere are the pineapple chunks and mushrooms:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe potatoes I let boil for a few minutes; that way they’d cook along with everything else:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThey eventually were drained and put into a bowl and added to the assembly line.  As soon as hubby said that the grill was hot, we each grabbed a skewer and started building.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe kabob on top is mine, the lower one was Daniel’s.  He doesn’t like peppers, onions or mushrooms.  That’s why this was a “do it yourself” kabob bar.  You can see below how nice and white the charcoal was when we set the kabobs on the grill:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIt took about 10 minutes; I turned them a couple of times.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAYum!  Time to get them off the grill and go inside to eat.

I have to admit:  there are no more pictures to share because by the time we three walked inside with the kabobs, sat down, served ourselves and prayed, I had forgotten all about the camera LOL

Trust me, they were AWESOME!  Oh and on the side, I fixed a cup of white rice.  It was a nice accompaniment.

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