King of Kebabs

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King of Kebabs

Turkish Lamb & Eggplant Kebabs

Here we combine baharat, a traditional Arabic spice blend, with olive oil, lemon, garlic and tomato paste to make it into a savory rub to flavor lamb-and-vegetable kebabs.

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Caribbean Chicken & Pineapple Kebabs With Banana Salad

A Caribbean-inspired marinade for these chicken-and-pineapple kebabs is flavored with pineapple juice, soy sauce, plenty of spices and spiked with rum.

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South Indian Shrimp Kebabs With Cilantro Sauce

Cilantro, lemon zest, chiles, paprika, ginger, garlic, cumin and fenugreek make up the South Asian-inspired marinade for grilled shrimp-and-cantaloupe kebabs.

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Shish Kebab With Tahini Sauce

Roasted and grilled meats are ubiquitous throughout the Middle East. This marinade, infused with allspice and cinnamon, would be excellent on lamb or chicken as well.

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Minted Tomato, Onion & Glazed Tofu Kebabs

Tofu kebabs with fresh mint, ripe tomato and onion make a delightful vegetarian supper from the grill. Pressing the tofu before marinating allows it to really absorb the flavors, plus the resulting firmer texture makes the tofu easier to grill.

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Cilantro-Lime Shrimp & Plum Kebabs

Toss quick-cooking shrimp, juicy summertime plums and zesty jalapenos with a simple cilantro-lime marinade for a deluxe meal in minutes.

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Pork Spedini With Mushrooms & Bruschetta

Throughout Italy you will find kebabs called spedini: skewers of various meats often combined with bread cubes.

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Originating in the Middle East, kebabs are dishes typically prepared by either roasting or grilling meat on a skewer. Cooking food in this fashion not only earns it the name of a kebab, but makes for an interesting way to enjoy a meal.

Meat is usually the main ingredient in kebabs and is often marinated in a variety of flavors before cooked to perfection. Our list of kebab recipes varies from our minted tomato onion and glazed tofu kebabs to our herbed scallop kebab. Click through our slide show and get your skewers ready!

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