Winner, winner! Chicken dinner!

by Natalie Shaw


So! If you follow me on instagram you would have seen my post about homemade chicken kebabs. If you don't, then you missed out and I dislike you. I'm totally kidding! You didn't completely miss out, because here it is! As for the dislike.. Follow @natalieshaw_xo

This is the second time making these so I will definitely be playing with alternative tastes/sauces etc, but - these are actually amazing. And in even more exciting news, I managed not to poke myself with the kebab sticks this time as opposed to the fifty or so jabs I took the first time round! Success!

Ingredients

  • Chicken (or your choice of meat) The quantity is really up to you - I use between 60 and 80g but you of course can give or take however much you desire. Or disregard the meat altogether and have a veggie stick instead! Get your own boat a floatin' just the way you like it!
  • Capsicum
  • Pineapple
  • Zucchini
  • Tomato
  • Passata

As with the chicken, the quantities are up to you - email me if you would like to know what I used.

Method

  1. Soak two/three (or more, you might be super hungry!) kebab sticks in some water for approx half an hour
  2. Dice up your chicken, vegetables and fruits
  3. Place them onto the skewers in any combo/order you like! It's totally okay, tell your mum I said you could play with your food!
  4. Drizzle Passata over the skewers, turn over and do the same on the other side
  5. Cook on the BBQ with some extra virgin olive oil and a sprinkle of ground sea salt

I served mine the first time round with potato chips - potatoes sliced and cooked on the BBQ - and the second time with a homemade potato bake. This will be up soon!

If you decide to play with your food and make these yummy thangs - make sure you tag me, I'd love to see! @natalieshaw_xo

This recipe is gluten/wheat free, dairy/lactose free, soy free, low sugar, low fodmap and fructose friendly. It is also vegetarian if you choose to take out the meat.

This recipe is gluten/wheat free, dairy/lactose free, soy free, low sugar, low fodmap and fructose friendly. It is also vegetarian if you choose to take out the meat.

Enjoy!

Nat x x x