8 BBQ Kebabs that will wow the crowd this summer
Shine this summer with these meat, fish, veggie and fruit skewer ideas.
Homemade BBQ kebabs are a must when it comes to being creative on the grill over the summer – skewers give you lots of flexibility to cook different foods for different guests, and they look fantastic on the serving tray too. You can even serve them in rounds or courses at your party: try fish first as a starter, then move onto meat kebabs or vegetable skewers for the main event. Then, if you have room, treat everyone to some fun fruity dessert ideas.
Fish BBQ Kebabs
Brazilian-style Prawn Skewers Recipe
Pick up some prawns and serve up a festival of flavour – with peanut butter, coconut, red pepper and garlic combining in this tasty kebab recipe.
Terryaki Salmon Skewers Recipe
Terryaki is a sweet Japanese glaze that lends itself brilliantly to the barbecue – and works really well on fish to make the most of salmon fillets.
Meat BBQ Kebabs
Chicken Mango Skewers Recipe
Here’s a fruity-but-meaty Thai inspired kebab that will mix things up at your next barbecue – with a sweet chilli kick for spice lovers.
Beer and Honey Chicken Skewers Recipe
Chicken skewers marinated in beer (we recommend Black Sheep Ale) and honey is a fun and tasty serving suggestion – and you can griddle them too if the weather turns.
Vegetarian BBQ Kebabs
Asparagus and Halloumi & Mint Skewers Recipe
Asparagus has a beautiful, rich flavour when grilled. The halloumi and mint add an extra punch of flavour making these skewers hard to put down.
Vegetarian BBQ Sausage Skewers Recipe
Serve up your sausages as a kebab with this meat-free option – a cous cous salad makes the ideal side for this one.
Fruit BBQ Kebabs
Fruit Skewers & Chocolate Dip Recipe
These spiced barbecue kebabs are a great way to get kids to eat fruit, and taste delicious with a chocolate dip too for a fun summer dessert or snack.
Pineapple & Mint Sugar Skewers Recipe
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