Balsamic Glazed Marinated Kabobs

Balsamic Glazed Marinated Kabobs
Balsamic Glazed Marinated Kabobs

This recipe makes the most delicious marinade ever!

Beef and chicken hold up very well with the intense depth of flavors and the ingredients keep the meat moist and tender

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Balsamic Glazed Marinated Kabobs

Ingredients:

Balsamic BBQ Sauce:

1 cup balsamic vinegar

¾ cup ketchup

1/3 cup brown sugar

2 garlic cloves, minced

1 Tbl. Worchestershire sauce

1 Tbl. Dijon mustard

½ tsp. Montreal Steak Seasoning

4 pieces steak or 4 pieces chicken  (For the steak ask your butcher for a very tender cooking piece of meat.  It’s better to have a smaller piece and more chicken or veggies for a melt-in-your-mouth succulent piece of this heavenly marinated steak, than a bunch that is tough and chewy.)

Optional:  Vegetables


Directions:

Combine all the Balsamic BBQ Sauce ingredients in a fry panBalsamic Chicken in Strawberry Salsa 1Stir until all the ingredients are incorporated and the mixture is smooth.Balsamic Chicken in Strawberry Salsa 2

Balsamic Chicken in Strawberry Salsa 3


Balsamic Chicken in Strawberry Salsa 4Simmer over medium heat until reduced by 1/3, about 15-20 minutes.  It is done when you can coat a spoon with the mixtureBalsamic Chicken in Strawberry Salsa 5

And when running your finger (BE careful NOT to burn yourself!) it leaves an open trail.Balsamic Chicken in Strawberry Salsa 6


Cool completely before combining with raw meat.  *Store any extra marinade in the refrigerator and warm when ready to use.

To marinate meat, I cut into pieces, or you can leave the meat whole.  Place into a zip lock baggieMarinated KabobsPour just enough marinade to coat well.  I used approximately 1/4 cup per pound of meat.Squish the meat and marinade around to cover completely.Marinated Kabobs 1


  Marinate for at least 1 hour to overnight in the refrigerator.  The longer, the better the flavor.  Over 24 hours though will begin to break down the tissue of the meat.Marinated Kabobs 2If making kabobs, soak the wooden skewers for 30-60 minutes.Marinated Kabobs 3Thread the meat and vegetables onto the skewers.Marinated Kabobs 4


Grill meat until it is done; use a digital thermometer for best results.Marinated Kabobs 5

*Safety Tips for handling chicken: 

  • Keep meat cold
  • After handling or cutting chicken, clean hands, utensils and area thoroughly with a very good antibacterial cleaner such as a vinegar and water or a clorox and water solution.  Use the cleaner on counter, sink and other surfaces also.
  • After turning the chicken on the grill, when the chicken is almost cooked through, use clean tongs to turn the meat so as not to contaminate the now cooked meat with any residue from the raw meat.
  • Discard any marinade that the raw chicken soaked in. Do NOT use or taste marinade or anything that has been exposed to raw chicken.
  • Cook chicken thoroughly using a digital thermometer.

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Look at how icky this mat was after cooking some chicken on it.  I thought NO way is this stuff going to come off.www.amothersshadow.com Royal BBQ Grilling MatsI put it in the sink, gave a little squirt with the dish soap.  In a few spots I did have to use a bit of elbow grease when I cooked with things with sugar, like BBQ sauce, but mostly just a little scrubby- scrub-scrub and …….www.amothersshadow.com Royal BBQ Grilling MatsGave it a rinsewww.amothersshadow.com Royal BBQ Grilling MatsSHIZAM  – CLEAN!!!www.amothersshadow.com Royal BBQ Grilling Mats

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Here are a few more ideas of how to use these AMAZING mats I thought of:

  • Pizza
  • Grilled fruit
  • Fajitas
  • Pancakes
  • Anything, all you have to do is just control the heat of the charcoal

For this delectable meal, I put down  bit of flavored olive oil infused with herbs on the mat, along with the fish, and it was sssooo good; just remember to watch out that the oil doesn’t get by the flames.Royal Grilling BBQ Mats www.amothersshadow.comAnd DESSERT of course – just watch the heat, it has to be like the oven temperature remember and use the lid to cook these. They were a bit tricky:)Royal Grilling BBQ Mats www.amothersshadow.comHere are more recipes I made for YOU to cook on the Royal Grilling BBQ Grill Mat

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Carrie Groneman’s recipe, copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2016

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Comments

  1. We love using balsamic glaze and have made this for a chicken bruschetta pasta dish and now I want to try it on the kabobs, too that you shared here! Thanks Carrie :)

  2. Drooling over here, Carrie! :-) All the marinades and corn look amazing. I’m ready to fire up the grill again soon. I have your red, white, and blue nachos on the list to make next week – I can’t wait!

  3. I love food on a stick! Perfect summer food! Pinned and shared. Thank you for linking with us at The Yuck Stops Here. Hope to see you this week for the new party! Please grab a party button if you have not done so already.

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