Potato and Onion Kabobs

This month our Taste Creations bloggers are sharing kabobs with you! We've taken many routes on the road to Kabobland, so there should be a kabob with your name on it here!



Kabobs are the perfect food for summer. I love all the summer-fresh produce that is available and I try to incorporate it in every meal. Kabobs are pretty, colorful, have lots of flavor and are easy to make. No excuses for not making kabobs this summer!

The key to a good kabob, whether it is protein-based or just laden with vegetables, is having a good marinade, basting sauce or BBQ sauce. The sauce provides the additional flavor that makes them irresistible. What makes a good marinade for kabobs?  Something that has a little bit of sugar, for the carmelization factor. I swoon over that bit of charred edge, that is sweet and smoky and melts in my mouth!

If you adore kabobs like I do, then you might also love this Sausage and Corn Kabob.  When the summer corn comes in, there is nothing better than grilled corn and the savory flavors of keilbasa or sausage!  Try this Hawaiian Hot Dog Kabob if you love pineapple! The two flavors are so good together!


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Potato and Onion Kabobs

The perfect side dish for your grilled meats, or a wonderful meal for your plant-loving friends!
prep time: 8 Mcook time: 15 Mtotal time: 23 M

ingredients:

  • 8 baby potatoes
  • 1 large onion
  • 2 T  "Gateway to the North"  seasoning
  • 1 T olive oil
  • 4 wooden skewers

instructions:

How to cook Potato and Onion Kabobs

  1. Preheat oven to 400 or a grill to medium.
  2. Quarter the potatoes.
  3. Place potatoes on a plate and microwave 3 minutes.
  4. Chop the onion in large pieces, roughly the same size as the potatoes.
  5. Mix the oil and the seasoning into a paste.
  6. Skewer on the potatoes and onions, alternatively.
  7. Baste with the seasoning paste.
  8. Bake for 15 minutes brushing the potatoes and onions halfway through with the paste.
  9. Grill for 10 minutes, brush on paste, turn and grill for 5 more minutes.
  10. Serve on the skewer, remove skewer before eating.
Calories
94.12
Fat (grams)
3.62
Sat. Fat (grams)
0.53
Carbs (grams)
14.63
Fiber (grams)
2.06
Net carbs
12.57
Sugar (grams)
2.15
Protein (grams)
1.83
Sodium (milligrams)
2285.57
Cholesterol (grams)
0.00
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Check the recipes of the other Taste Creation bloggers below! 

From Lauren at Mom's Home Guide:  Chicken Tandoori Kabobs


From Rosemary at An Italian In My Kitchen: Antipasta Skewers


From Nikki at Tikkido: 
From Evelyn at Nemcsok Farms: 
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Terri Steffes
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  1. simple meals are my favorite esp something like this where i can help my kids help me make them ha yum we love a good kabob to make and devour in minutes!

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  2. Love the idea of potato and onion kabobs. I'm a potato and onion lover so this is the perfect for me. Can't wait to make these.

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  3. This is my kind of kabob. I love onions, and I love potatoes, so I would be happy with these. I'll be making them over the summer!

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  4. This is absolutely perfect for any kind of grilling celebration. For the July comes to mind and I'm thinking that this might be a great way to go.

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  5. OK now these sound like some Kabobs I need to try! I could definitely enjoy cooking some of these up ASAP!

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  6. My kids love anything off of a stick! I love that this is something that is easy to make, too!

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  7. I love kabobs. This is great! I like that you can put almost anything on a kabob. This time of year is so great for that!

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  8. These kabobs look super yummy!! They would make a great side dish to almost anything!

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  9. These would be a wonderful side for a steak at a cookout. I will have to keep them in mind for our next Gathering.

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  10. Yum!! These sound amazing! I love that they are vegetarian as I'm not a huge meat eater. Can't wait to make these!

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  11. This sounds like the perfect thing to make for an outdoor BBQ party. I am sure my husband would love them!

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  12. Those sound delicious. Potatoes are one of my favorites, especially on the grill. These seem simple enough to make too.

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  13. Cathy Mini8:36 AM

    This is gonna be so good kabobs is so delicious and I love to try this awesome recipe. Yummmy !!

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  14. This is such a pretty and beautiful dish. I think this is not too difficult to prepare. I am ready to get a bite.

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  15. Yum, yum! That would be our side dish for tonight. Glad I found your recipe. Now I'm drooling.

    -Lynndee

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  16. The perfect summer BBQ combo! I love kabobs, my husband always ask for veggie kabobs instead of meat.

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  17. This looks really good! I can't wait to give this a try the next time we BBQ.

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