Pork skewers are doubly flavorful thanks to a garlic-chili rub at the start, and extra-rich blueberry-jalapeno sauce brushed on halfway through grilling (to avoid burning).
Grilled pineapple, nectarines, and bananas are complemented by a zesty lime-cinnamon yogurt dipping sauce.
Crusty bread, zucchini ribbons, mushrooms, and cherry tomatoes tossed in a garlicky herb-lemon oil make for a killer kabob. Serve with hummus or vinaigrette on the side.
Wait, you haven’t been serving your salmon with lemon? Get on board! Marinate salmon in white balsamic vinaigrette, then grill with lemon slices and serve with cucumber salad for a full meal filled with healthy fats.
Grilling salmon for kabobs? Try grilling on a cedar plank to get that sought-after woody smoked taste.
This seasoned sirloin kabob recipe is great on its own -- but it’s next-level with a creamy cucumber-avocado sauce. Serve with grilled peppers and onions.
Keep the Asian five-spice blend on hand -- you can use it in stir-fry, fried rice, and so much more. Serve these easy kabobs with yogurt sauce, lime, and fresh mint.
A healthy kabob recipe is nothing without a generous drizzle of sauce. These spicy shrimp and sugar snap pea skewers are brushed with a sriracha-mayo-ginger mixture before grilling.
These lemony chicken and tomato kabobs are delicious on their own but form a complete meal when sandwiched in pita bread.
Dessert kabobs? Why not! Skewer strawberry halves, pineapple, apple, kiwi chunks, and raspberries, and then serve with a dark chocolate fondue sauce.
Tuck slices of smoked chorizo sausage or spicy smoked sausage into chile-pepper-marinated jumbo shrimp, then skewer and grill.
Upgrade your go-to steak-and-potato Sunday dinner. A dill-pepper seasoning kicks everything up a notch.
This Italian-style beef, pork, and cheese kabob recipe is so versatile it can either be served as an appetizer or main dish.
Marinated boneless beef sirloin steak gets a boost from an orange chili sauce your grill-out guests won’t be able to stop raving about.
Grill skewers of fresh pineapple, rich avocado, and tender scallops for a quick and easy meal that takes your taste buds to the tropics.
That East Coast-style shrimp boil will taste even better grilled on a skewer, we promise! Serve with thyme-lemon butter for a dreamy dinner.
These zingy marinated fruit kabobs make a light and fresh appetizer for a summer party or a fun side dish at a cookout.
This avocado cocktail sauce (made with canned tomatoes, cilantro, lime, and horseradish) would also be delicious on grilled chicken or salmon.
Here at BHG, we can’t get enough of the BLT. In fact, we love it so much we added it to our kabob repertoire.
Skewer your sliders and serve with toasted corn tortillas for a south-of-the-border dinner.
Have you ever wondered why we soak wooden skewers in water before grilling them? It’s so they don’t catch fire on the grill!
Shrimp and pineapple are a summer dinner dream. Serve with cilantro rice and a soy sauce-marmalade mixture on the side.
Pork loin chops are practically MADE to be kabobs. Skewer grilled chops with grape tomatoes and cucumber, then drizzle with creamy fennel-yogurt dip.
Our new obsession? Mixing shrimp with...olives. Yes, you read that right. Serve with your choice of the following dipping sauces (or offer guests all three!): orange compote, red pepper dip, or Mexican cocktail sauce. Bonus points: You can use fresh OR frozen shrimp.
Wondering what else to do with that bunch of sage you bought for this recipe? Make sage butter and serve it over gnocchi, atop home-baked sage biscuits, or in a blackberry sage cobbler.