Who says kebabs are only for meat and veggies? Grilled cubes of bread soak up all the delicious flavors of the chicken, tomatoes, and marinade. Best of all, this dinner recipe takes less than an hour start to finish.
Pile different variations of kebabs on platters for guests to choose.
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Rating: 5 stars
Made this easy dish for my SIG and best friends. We all loved it! The one thing different that I did was using an artisan garlic bread from Hannafords Grocery Store. I also made the Raw Tomatoe and Green Bean Salad to accompany the dish. It was so good I have made the recipe 3 times in as few weeks. My grandchildren loved it also.
I loved this-served it for the 2 of us for 3 nights. I used cibatta cubes and used the entire marinade on the chicken. I made another 1/2 of marinade recipe for the tomatoes and bread. I baked some Vidallia onions in foil in the oven -they were the perfect side with this. It was
delicious-sorry that I cannot spell.
Rating: 1 stars
Made this last night for the family. I added zucchini to the tomatoes. Unfortunately, the chicken lacked much flavor, and the bread was just hard and flavorless. More marinade is needed to be reserved for the basting during the grilling, but I'm not sure that it would add the needed flavor. Too much prep time for the outcome!
There was more flavor that I had expected with so few ingredients. I let the chicken sit in the marinade for 24 hours. To serve 2 adults, I used about 1 lb of chicken breast, one 8 oz container of cherry tomatoes, and about an 8-inch long loaf of sourdough. I ended up using 10 wooden skewers for all of the ingredients. I did make the full amount of marinade according to the recipe. I would reserve more than 1/4 cup of the marinade for the cooking process next time, maybe reserve 1/3 or 1/2 cup.