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Grilled Chicken Kebabs

Updated: Wednesday, February 5 2014, 03:56 PM EST
Servings: 4

6- Each    Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast
¼ cup Apple Cider Vinegar
1 cup Olive Oil
2- TBSP    Kosher Salt
1 - tsp. Ground Black Pepper
4- TBSP    Private Selection CITRUS & SAVORY seasoning rub.
1 – LBS    White button Mushrooms
2- each Large White Onion
2- each Sweet Bell Peppers (variety of colors)
1 – Package Short Bamboo skewers

Wash all of your produce. Cut the onion into thick 1 ½ inch chunks. Core and seed the peppers. Cut the peppers into 1 ½ inch cubes. Trim the stems of the mushrooms to remove the tough woody sections. Set all of these into a shallow baking pan. Clean and trim your chicken breast, then cut into 1 ½ inch cubes. Place the chicken cubes into a bowl and set aside. In a large mixing bowl place half of the salt, pepper and seasoning rub. Add in the vinegar and stir. Let this sit for a few mins to develop flavor. Add in the Olive oil slowly while whisking. Pour half of this mixture over the chicken and the remaining half over the vegetables. Toss the vegetables in this marinade for even coating and set aside in refrigeration for at least an hour. Toss the chicken as well for even coating and also set aside in refrigeration for at least an hour. More time in the marinade will increase the flavor.

When ready to grill, preheat the grill to a good hot grilling temp (350 degrees or higher). Skewer the chicken onto the bamboo skewers 4- 5 pieces per skewer careful not to over crowd so as to have an even cooking. This should yield about 2 skewers per person. Do the same with the vegetables and these you can crowd tighter to ensure the product does not fall off of the skewer.

Grill the vegetables until tender and slightly charred. Grill the chicken until 165 degrees internally and a nice golden and slightly charred color. Plate and serve immediately.Grilled Chicken Kebabs

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