These three terms are often used interchangeably. A kebab is a skewered meat dish that originated in the middle east. A shish kebab is a type of kebab originating in Turkey and meaning a skewer of roasted meat (often lamb) and vegetables.
Kabob is a Western way of pronouncing kebab, and both kebab and kabob refer to the delicious meal that is chunks of meat grilled on a skewer.
- Soy sauce
- Garlic powder
- Bell pepper
- Wooden skewers
How to Make Chicken Kabobs:
- Prepare the Marinade. Add soy sauce, oil, sprite, garlic powder and horseradish to a large zip lock bag.
- Cut the chicken. Cut the chicken into 1 inch pieces and add it to a gallon size resealable bag. Marinate for 1-3 hours.
- Slice the vegetables.
- Prepare your skewers. Thread the chicken and chopped vegetables alternately onto the wooden skewers, keeping a little space between each piece.
- Grill or oven cook.
How to make kabobs in the oven:
If you don’t have a grill available, you can make chicken kebabs in the oven or on a grill pan on your stove. To cook chicken kebabs in the oven, turn your oven to 450°F. Line a baking sheet with tinfoil and gently spray it with non-stick spray. Evenly space the kabobs on the baking sheet and cook them in the oven for 15-25 minutes. Cook time will very depending on how large the pieces of meat are.