Every year in October, we have an Octoberfest for about 40 of our friends. Where I live, people don't get out as much in the winter, so this is so we can visit before winter sets in. We make all the meat dishes & everyone else brings the sides & desserts.
These are a big hit.
any kind kielbasa sausage(cut in bite size chunks), chicken chunks, beef chunks, etc
dole pineapple chunks (it matters), reserve 1/2 cup juice
onions, any kind, cut in bite size chunks
bell peppers, any kind, cut in bite size chunks
1 (16 oz.) box
whole mushrooms, cut in half from top, down through stem
california style garlic seasoning with parsley
montreal steak seasoning
short or long wooden skewers
How To Make kielbasa kabobs for a crowd
Make these the day before you plan on cooking them.
It is recommended to soak skewers a few hours before assembling kabobs, so they don't catch fire on grill. I never do because I have them full & this never happens.
Layer meat, then pineapple, then mushroom, then bell pepper, then onion, in that order on skewer. Repeat until skewer is full, pushing them tightly together as you go. Begin & end with your meat of choice.
Place in a large plastic container that has a tight fitting lid.
Pour the soy sauce, mixed with 1/2 cup of the pineapple juice & brown sugar over them. Put lid on & gently invert them. Do this for a minute or so, until well coated.
Place in fridge overnight, inverting every so often.
When ready to cook, preheat grill to around 350°. Spray with cooking spray.
Lay the kabobs on grill & brush with the marinade. Sprinkle on the seasons.
Close the lid on grill.
Turn the kabobs after about 10 minutes. Brush again & season again. Finish cooking with lid closed, another 5-10 minutes.
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