Asian Sesame Kabobs on Firewire Skewers

Posted by on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010


I just love new kitchen gadgets that are worth the space they take up in my cabinets.  I recently bought some FIRE WIRE skewers with my birthday money.  I first saw them at Williams-Sonoma, but they ran out before the 4th of July.
So I found them at Kroger on summer clearance recently for $6.99.

I LOVE them for several reasons.  First the meat and veggies were so much easier to skewer than the traditional bamboo ones. Also, I did not puncture a single finger with these wire ones.  I always do that with the wooden ones.  These flexible skewers are also convenient to use.


I was able to put the loaded skewers into gallon size Zip-Lock bags, add the marinade, and place in a cooler for our camping trip.

For these K-Bobs, I used Kraft Asian Sesame dressing to marinade all the skewers.  I marinaded them overnight, but a few hours would work well too.  Then the skewers went onto the charcoal grill for about 30 minutes, until the chicken was well done.  WOW they were yummy and so easy to make!  So what is on your next back yard cookout menu??

Asian Sesame Kabobs


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