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Chicken-Vegetable Kabobs

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         Cooking with kids is always fun and makes our dinner time less harried too ! This one such recipe, where the little ones get to pick their favourite vegetables and play with colours.
Who doesn't love food on a stick? Even your picky eaters will enjoy this colourful kabobs.

Now to the recipe,

                                                       

You Need:
              
               2 lb boneless skinless chicken thighs, cut into 
               1 1/2-inch pieces.
               1 cup plain yogurt
               1 green bell pepper, cut into 1-inch squares
               1 red bell pepper, cut into 1-inch squares
               1 large red onion, cut into 1-inch squares
               12 ounces large cherry tomatoes
               1/2 tsp curry powder
               1/4 cup red onion, chopped
               1 tbs olive oil
               1 cup fresh or dried basil leaves
               salt and pepper to taste
               twenty skewers or according to your count
               parchment-lined baking sheet

Method:

              Pulse yogurt,basil and onion in a food processor 
              until the onions and basil are well blended.
              Transfer the yogurt mixture in to a bowl and stir in
              the curry powder and 1/4 tsp salt.
              Reserve 1/2 cup of the yogurt mixture for dipping.
              Add remaining yogurt mixture to the chicken, toss 
              and refrigerate atleast 45 minutes.
              Soak twenty 8-inch skewers in water for 30 minutes.
              Preheat grill to medium. Toss together all the 
              veggies along with oil, salt & pepper.
              Thread chicken and vegetable onto skewers and
              transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet.
              Grill kabobs, turning occasionally, until the chicken 
              is cooked through and veggies are charred, about 
              15 minutes.
              Serve with reserved yogurt mixture for dipping.

Note:

        You can use vegetable of your choice.
        Substitute paneer instead of chicken.

Iam sending this kabobs to Cooking For Kids, hosted by preety.
 
    


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17 Comments

  1. perfect for kids ..thanks for the entry

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  3. Chicken with vegetable- lovely combo. Perfect for kids!!

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  4. Kebab looks ultimate to me. Nice color combo. Yeah well balanced meal too. True who doesnt like food on the stick! Great job, buddy.

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  5. wow! looks yummy n delicious!
    Microwave oven series is going on!
    join with us in the EFM-Microwave Oven Series!
    first time to ur blog and it is very nice!
    do visit my blog when u find time!

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  6. @ preety - Thanks you !

    @ Swapna - Thanks for visiting the blog...

    @ Malar - Thanks malar.

    @ sri - Thank you. count me in !

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  7. These look delicious, it reminds me of a summertime cookout!

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  8. I love that subtitle of your blog...ha, ha, ha. It's so comforting to think that 'dieting' can be put off till morrow ;-)

    That's a jolly lukin kabab that you have there. ur tot would've loved it.

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  9. @ sophie - Thanks you !

    @ Dershana - Thank you,isnt it comforting?? :)
    yup, my girl loved it a lot.

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  10. i tried this only with veggies...as i am a vegeterian.could u see my blog for the Smokey paneer kebabs and leave ur comments..thanks.
    i have joined ur blog and will b a regular

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  11. Wow!!Delicious chicken cube on the stick..looks so mouth-watering..maybe I should prepare them for the wkend :)

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  12. i tried this only with veggies...as i am a vegeterian.could u see my blog for the Smokey paneer kebabs and leave ur comments..thanks.
    i have joined ur blog and will b a regular

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  13. I love that subtitle of your blog...ha, ha, ha. It's so comforting to think that 'dieting' can be put off till morrow ;-)

    That's a jolly lukin kabab that you have there. ur tot would've loved it.

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  14. I love that subtitle of your blog...ha, ha, ha. It's so comforting to think that 'dieting' can be put off till morrow ;-)

    That's a jolly lukin kabab that you have there. ur tot would've loved it.

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  15. @ sophie - Thanks you !

    @ Dershana - Thank you,isnt it comforting?? :)
    yup, my girl loved it a lot.

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  16. @ preety - Thanks you !

    @ Swapna - Thanks for visiting the blog...

    @ Malar - Thanks malar.

    @ sri - Thank you. count me in !

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  17. perfect for kids ..thanks for the entry

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