Kabobs (or kebabs) are a favorite of ours. It’s hard not to love meat on a stick. Or veggies, if that is your thing, even though the term shish kebab (şiş kebap in Turkish) translates to “grilled meat on skewers”. Originally this was a Turkish dish of marinated lamb that was skewered and grilled over a charcoal fire. But today, we skewer and grill everything from eggplant to chicken.
It is often recommended to choose food that will cook at the same rate when putting them on the same skewer. We like the intermingling of flavors so we try to adjust the size of the meat cubes to cook along with our vegetables, with a few exceptions. Cherry tomatoes are best cooked separate since they will cook so quickly.
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