Boost your summertime menu with these tasty grilled dishes.

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chicken and pork seekh kebabs
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Kebabs have a lot going for them—they're easy to make, quick to cook, and, perhaps most importantly, fun to eat. Our delicious recipes are no exception. Chicken and Pork Seekh Kebabs, pictured above, can bring Indian-inspired flavors to your dinner table in just under 10 minutes of grill time. Whether you make Pomegranate Skirt-Steak Kebabs for a tangy meal or dish out Beef, Mushroom, and Millet Kebabs, which are made complete with two dipping sauces, these recipes, all courtesy of our founder offer, something for everyone. They rely on a range of different proteins, including steak, lamb, and chicken, as well as a variety of Arabian Gulf ingredients, from pomegranate molasses and tamarind to tahini and yogurt. The result? Big flavor with minimal effort. Read on for more one-of-a-kind kebab recipes to cook this summer.

kebabs pomegranate steak
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Pomegranate Skirt-Steak Kebabs

Jewel-like pomegranate seeds join fresh parsley and lime in a lively relish for these juicy Pomegranate Skirt-Steak Kebabs. They're marinated in pomegranate molasses, honey, and Dijon mustard for extra flavor.

kebabs lamb yogurt mint sauce
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Lamb Kebabs with Yogurt-Cilantro Sauce

White bread soaked in milk keeps these ground-lamb skewers incredibly moist. Serve these Lamb Kebabs with Yogurt-Cilantro Sauce hot off the grill.

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Beef, Mushroom, and Millet Kebabs

Millet adds texture to these beef-patty skewers, while creminis up the umami factor. Mild shishito peppers and two dipping sauces—tamarind-coriander and lemon-tahini—complete the Beef, Mushroom, and Millet Kebabs.

kebabs saffron yogurt chicken
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Saffron-Yogurt Chicken Kebabs

The quartet of spices in the yogurt marinade for these chicken-thigh skewers—saffron, paprika, turmeric, cayenne—not only infuses the meat with a smoky, pungent flavor, but it's also responsible for the Saffron-Yogurt Chicken Kebabs' brilliant orange hue.

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