Jerk Chicken Kabobs

Total Time: 2 hours 30 minutes (including marinade time)Prep Time: 15 minutesMarinade Time: 2 hours plusGrill Time: 15 minutesServes: 6What You'll Need:6 boneless skinless chicken breasts OR whatever chicken you have availableJerk Chicken Marinade – KC
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Total Time: 2 hours 30 minutes (including marinade time)

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Marinade Time: 2 hours plus

Grill Time: 15 minutes

Serves: 6

What You'll Need:

6 boneless skinless chicken breasts OR whatever chicken you have available

Jerk Chicken Marinade – KC Masterpiece is our favorite, or make your own

Onion – chunked into wedges

Baby Tomatoes

Green Pepper – chunked into 1” pieces

Mushrooms

Cut the chicken into 1” chunks – TIP – it’s easier to cut when it’s partially frozen. Place chunks into prepared Jerk Chicken Marinade – we prefer K.C. Masterpiece OR make your own: see below. Marinade for a minimum of 2 hours or the afternoon or even better, overnight, turning frequently. On a boat it’s easy to marinade in a zip lock freezer bag … just make sure it has no holes! Alternate chicken chunks, onion wedges, baby tomatoes, green pepper chunks and mushrooms onto kabob skewers. Brush with more jerk marinade. Place on grill, turning every 5 minutes until done – 10 – 15 minutes. Marinade every time the skewers are turned. Serve over rice with extra marinate for dipping (separate before grilling so the marinade used on the raw meat is separate from the dipping sauce). Serve over rice.

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