Grouper and salmon kebabs recipe
A lot of acidity (from orange juice and mustard) goes into the marinade for this fish dish, but not a lot sticks around in the final preparation. That's a blessing because it allows for a wider range of both white and red wines to accompany it. Salmon is one of the oilier fish, which makes some light-bodied red wines sing with it. Suggestions come along for a dry rosé, a light red and a high-acid white. Stay away from big-bodied red wines on this one. Likewise, avoid overly oaky whites.Recipe by Mark Graham, originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Grilled Turkey and Vegetable Kebabs with Herby Marinade
Kebabs are a mainstay of grilling season, but they can end up bland. This recipe solves that with a super easy and flavorful marinade that can be brushed on the composed kebabs. Boneless chicken breast or pork tenderloin can replace the turkey here. This recipe originally appeared in the feature Welcome Grilling Season with Kebabs.
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The acidity of the white wine and orange juice will “cook” the shrimp — just like ceviche — if the shrimp marinates too long, so let them rest for no more than 2 hours. The bacon’s smokiness echoes in the comeback sauce, enhancing the shrimp’s citrusy flavor. Zest the orange before juicing it. - Robin MatherThis recipe by Robin Mather originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Mango kebab
Bring a bit of West African street food to your kitchen with these beef and chicken kebabs. Just alternate pieces of sliced and seasoned protein with chunks of mango, peppers and potatoes to your tasting and place on the grill. Courtesy of the National Mango Board.
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Vegetable Kebabs
Grilled vegetables are naturally sweet and full of crunch and color. Plus, there’s a whole variety in season during the summertime.This recipe is courtesy of Home Depot.
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Grilled Smoky Beef and Mushroom Kebabs Recipe
Sure, you can just skewer and grill meat and veggies for a quick meal. But if you want to take your kebab game to the next level, you're going to want to keep some smoky dry rub and chile garlic butter on hand all summer long. Slather them on and prepare to be wowed. This recipe originally appeared in the feature Welcome Grilling Season with Kebabs.
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Who says the grill is just for barbecued meats? This very simple, super indulgent recipe is perfect for anyone that likes to combine warm and satisfying desserts with fresh and zesty fruits. Plus, hello orange frosting. It  doesn't get more summery than that!
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Grilled Chicken Kebabs and Potatos with Chiffonade Salad and Yogurt Sauce
Sure, summer and grilling are inextricably intertwined, but if you have a gas grill it can be a year-round affair. Even if it's chilly out there's no reason why you can't fire up the grill, grab a sweater, and throw dinner on. It's as quick a way as any to put together a meal.
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Lamb Kebabs recipe - The Daily Meal
Pat together a meatball of lamb, mint and garlic, then thread it onto a length of cinnamon and grill. The stick serves as pot, potholder, plate, fork — and an infusion of flavor.This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Kofta kebabs are a great representation of bison’s tender and moist texture. Mixed with Middle Eastern flavors like coriander and cinnamon, ground bison becomes an international meatball that’s easily enjoyed on a kebab.
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A fleshy fruit like a mango is perfect for grilling. When stuck with roasted red peppers, red onions, and marinated sirloin tips on a kebab stick, it makes a perfect summer dish.
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Veggie Kebabs
The herb-packed green goddess dressing will be your new culinary party trick: Drizzle it on kebabs, burgers, and salads, to turn every meal into the most flavor-packed food.This recipe is courtesy of Oh She Glows.
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