Grilled (or broiled) Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs threaded with juicy, flavorful chicken and slathered with sweet and tangy Hawaiian Sauce (that doubles as a marinade) transports your taste buds to the tropics for the perfect summer meal!
But first, Happy Father’s Day! I just published my Father’s Day Talk HERE that I am giving in church, if you are interested in a peak into my sappy, non-foodie side soul. Either way, I hope you have a glorious day celebrating with the ones you love and the ones who love you dearly.
And now onto Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs! When I first published my Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken, I knew readers would love it because we gobble it up at our house, but with over 200 comments, many saying it is the “best sweet and sour chicken ever” – the reaction far exceeded my expectations. So as I thought about making Grilled Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs, I knew the sweet and sour sauce would lend itself beautifully to sweet and tangy Hawaiian Sauce. Perfection.
And because the best part about that chicken is the sauce, these easy chicken kabobs get a double dose of it. First, you whisk together your sauce ingredients of pineapple juice, red wine vinegar, sugar, ketchup and soy sauce then divide out some to marinate your chicken in and reserve the rest to glaze your chicken in when its done – double the explosion of flavor without double the work!
Thread the chicken, fresh pineapple, peppers and onions onto your skewers, grill for 8-10 minutes and you have juicy, moist, flavorful chicken, sweet, caramelized pineapple, crisp-tender peppers and charred onions. Bathe in your sweet and sour Hawaiian Sauce and devour. And drool.
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