Rosemary Lemon flame-grilled chicken kebabs

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Summer grillin’ having a blaaasstt, summer grillin’ happens so fassttttt. I met a chicken crazy for meeee, I met a marinade crazy for the chickennnn. Summer days, grillin’ away, to uh-oh those grillin’ nights.

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Charlie and I have been visiting his family in Aberfeldy, Scotland. It’s bang in the middle of the Scottish country side and we had incredible luck with the weather. Summer is a great excuse to get the grill out. If it were up to me I’d grill everything. It’s a great, healthy way to cook with lots of flavour. No frying involved and it’s certainly more excited than baking. Here’s my recipe for lemon and rosemary flame-grilled chicken kebabs:

Yield: 4 hungry Jews
Ingreds:
Chicken (enough for 4 hungry Jews)
The vegetables of your desires (I like red onion, red pepper and mushroom)
Marinade – 1 splash of olive oil, 1 lemon, 1 tbsp. honey, 1 tbsp. mustard, rosemary, salt, pepper, paprikakaka

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Method to the madness

1. Cut the chicken and vegetables into cubes and place them on skewers. If you’re a peasant and only have wooden skewers make sure you soak them in water before so they don’t burn like a mofo
2. Pour over the summer grillin’ marinade. Marinade overnight if you can
3. Throw on the grill and serve with salad, corn on the cob and haloumizzle

P.s. Here are some summer pics of me and Charlie 🙂

Charlie popped a val before a 40 minute flight… certainly made for a fun flight:

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One thought on “Rosemary Lemon flame-grilled chicken kebabs

    Donna said:
    July 25, 2014 at 7:29 pm

    Love the Grease theme, love the recipe & I love how you explained the history of tea time to my daughter!!!! Grrrrrrrr, bad, bad boy!!!! LOL. xoxo A. Donna

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