Teriyaki Chicken and Vegetable Kebabs

When I think of summer foods I think of grilled foods.  Nothing is better than going into the yard or going to the park, firing up the grill and cooking up some meat. Whether you are grilling hamburgers, ribs, or bbq chicken. One of my favorite meals to cook on the grill is kebabs. I love kebabs because you can load them up with a bunch of delicious vegetables and some delicious meat and throw them on the grill with your favorite sauce. We like to add chicken, pork or beef. Our vegetable choices are usually a mix of peppers, onions, squash and sometimes we add pineapple too! And then we like teriyaki sauce, bbq sauce, or whatever. For this recipe, or more of a guideline I chose to do teriyaki chicken and vegetable kebabs. But feel free to switch it up a little, however you want.


Today is the final day, Day #6 of Kick Off to Summer Week, a multi-blogger event co-host by Lauren of From Gate to Plate and Summer of Summer Scraps. With summer quickly approaching and Memorial Day in a few weeks, we wanted to make sure you had plenty of ideas for your Memorial Day activities. For the past six days we have been serving up a variety of different appetizers, main dishes, desserts, decor, printables and more all centered around the up-coming Memorial Day. We hope you enjoyed all of these wonderful ideas and thank you for tuning in each day. 


Teriyaki Chicken and Vegetable Kebabs #KickOffToSummerWeek2014
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  • 1½ pounds chicken breast
  • 1 yellow squash
  • 1 zucchini squash
  • 1 red pepper
  • ½ onion
For the Marinade:
  • ⅔ cup yoshidas sauce
  • ⅓ cup soy sauce
  • 1 TBS minced garlic
  • 1 sprinkle ground red pepper
  1. Cut chicken, and vegetables into approx. 1 inch squares.
  2. Combine yoshidas, soy sauce, garlic and ground red pepper in a small bowl.
  3. Put chicken in a bowl and cover it with about half of your sauce mixture. Place in refrigerator for about 1 hour.
  4. Put chicken and vegetables onto kebab sticks (if you are using wooden sticks, soak them in water for about 10 minutes before) rotating through each ingredient.
  5. Place prepared kebabs onto grill preheated to about 400 degrees.
  6. Cook kebabs for about 15 minutes on the grill, rotating every few minutes.
  7. Brush with remaining marinade throughout.
  8. Cook until chicken is completely cooked through.

Enjoy this easy, delicious and healthy meal cooked on the grill!

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And don’t forget to check out the rest of my blogger friends with their awesome ideas and tell them how much you’ve enjoyed this week!

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Making Memorial Day a Family Affair by Bits of Ivory
Sea Breeze Punch by Keep it Simple, Sweetie
Steak Sandwich Stackers by Lady Behind the Curtain
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Steak Verde Tacos by Clarks Condensed
Red, White and Blue Sangria by Love in the Kitchen
Sriracha Coleslaw by It’s a Keeper
Lemon Pomegranate Punch by Food Lust People Love
Peanut Butter Cup S’mores by Little Dairy on the Praire
Vintage Patriotic Book Craft by We Like to Learn as We Go



  1. I am in Ohio, and have not heard of “Yoshidas sauce”. Can you describe it, please? I want to surprise my DH with these. They have set my mouth to watering just looking at the pics. So glad I stumbled upon your blog. Thank you for posting.

    1. Pat, its type of sweet teriyaki sauce. I usually buy it at Costco but have seen it at other grocery stores, usuallty in the asian foods section. Here is what it looks like http://www.mryoshidas.com/images/bottle_bottom.jpg

  2. My favorite activity would definitely be barbeques! I love grilling.

  3. MaryB · · Reply

    That’s my birthday weekend so a long walk on the beach is something I look forward to doing. We will be with a friend so lots of good food and laughs included!

  4. LOVE kebabs! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  5. I just LOVE food on a “stick”! Kebabs are one of my favorite things to make on the grill, and yours look so good!

  6. We love to either spend Memorial weekend up at the cabin in Bear Lake or up Millceeek canyon cooking out! Xoxo

  7. Jessie · · Reply

    Curtis’s family always does sourdough pancakes on Memorial Day. Mmmmmm. We are hoping to have a baby this year though!

  8. hicksfan7 · · Reply

    Road trip to visit and picnic with family.

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