Oven Chicken Veggie Kabobs
Try to make identical pairs of skewers so everyone gets equally served. I prefer metal skewers but if you use wood they need to be soaked in water for at least 30 minutes before using, preferably longer, to keep the wood from burning. The chicken can be marinated in advance for several hours. - Jenny Jones
- 3 Tablespoons olive oil
- juice of 1/2 a lemon (1-2 Tablespoons)
- 1 clove garlic, crushed
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- One chicken breast (1/3 to 1/2 pound)
- One large zucchini - cut in 1/4 inch slices
- 1/2 of a red pepper - cut in bite size pieces
- 1/2 of a yellow pepper - cut in bite size pieces
- 1/4 of a small red onion - separate layers in bite size pieces
Chicken + Vegetables:
- Preheat oven to 450° F.
- Combine marinade ingredients in a plastic bag. I use a produce bag.
- Cut chicken into bite size 1-inch pieces and add to marinade. Set aside.
- Line a large baking sheet with foil including the edges. (I like to put parchment paper on top of the foil)
- Prepare vegetables and add to marinating chicken. Toss well.
- Place chicken & veggies on a large plate for easier handling.
- Thread onto skewers and sprinkle both sides with salt and pepper.
- Place on baking sheet. Bake for 25 minutes - no need to turn over. (I serve these with basmati rice)
Note: For more on this recipe in my blog, click here.
So easy and so good with our fresh garden vegetables. Thanks for the recipe.
So simple and so good! Thank you!
Hi Jenny I am a home cook like you. I love watching your videos. I really like how simple and healthy your recipes are. It’s funny when I first saw a video I knew you looked familiar and after doing more research I saw that u had a talk
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They look delicious is there a recipe for the balsamic rice that sounds great would like to give it a go!
Thank you Jenny Quick and easy!
Basmati is just a fragrant white rice that cooks in water like any plain rice. Not all brands are equally good. The brand I use (“The Real”) cooks in 10-12 minutes.
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I absolute love this recipe. Thank you so since. I really wish you would make some more of your fun videos. You are so much fun and we people who can’t cook we’ll learn so much!
I used this recipe for dinner tonight and it was excellent. Only change that I made was substituting cherry tomatoes for the zucchini. Delicious! (Sorry, no photo, we served ourselves too fast!)
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Thanks so much for your recipes! I will try this soon! I think I will try marinating tofu ! Not sure it will hold up but going to try!
We do kabobs on the grill a lot in the summer and this looks great for this time of year. Will try this weekend and let you know how close to summer we get. Thanks
Sending many hugs. Such a wonderful yummy recipes. Another creative culinary delight. Yippee!!
I only eat chicken and never thought of doing this! This looks so delicious!!!! Jenny, thanks so much for making cooking so easy!!!!!!!!!!
This is my first ever to see your recipe and never know how to kabob anything. Thank you for this valuable data that i will step into this new horizon to hopefully discover new experience for my life and family. Grandpa Dale.
Very simple, like it, especially the marinade. Just what I use on my salad. Is there any length of time the chicken should marinade ?. Do the skewers need to be turned during the cooking time.
I clarified both questions in the recipe, thanks.
Great to hear from you Jenny. This is one simple and wonderful recipe, like a touch of summer in the midst of icy cold winter. I have been making kabobs for years but to be honest never have used a marinade so I’m anxious to try this one soon. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Jenny! Can I use thigh meat? Or would that not make it healthy?
Chicken breast is leaner and is easier to work with. There is a lot of fat on chicken thighs that should be removed first but you can use thigh meat.
This looks yummy!!
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Pop I see an email from you!!
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Hi Jenny, Nice to here from you. Just got the recipe but will try it this wknd.
Thank you so much, Your the best.
Can’t wait to make this. Thanks for another winner, Jenny.
Great to hear from you Jenny! Thanks for the chicken kabob recipe. Looks delicious, love that I can cook them in the oven (usually it’s a summer recipe cuz I use the grill).
Keep ‘em coming!
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Looks so good, must try this soon. Thank You Jenny
Going to try these, Hubby loves Kabobs. I have never tried these in the oven.
Always on the grill.
I bet their going to be very tasty…just like your other recipes!!!
Keep on cooking Jennie!
This new recipe looks amazing! Food on a stick….who doesn’t love that! I just saw it today, but I am going to make it this week. Thanks I love that is an oven recipe….so easy.
I love to use your recipes! I finally learned how to make the BEST hash browns thanks to you. The videos are very fun. Thank you so much!❤