Once the kabobs are seared, the meat may need a little extra cooking. Move to the indirect-heat side of the grill and cover. Beef takes 8 to 10 minutes (to medium-rare); chicken takes 10 to 12 minutes. Let the kebabs rest for a few minutes on the plate after removing them from the grill.
Do you close the grill when cooking kabobs?
Keep the lid closed as much as possible. Using an instant read thermometer, grill the Kabobs until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees for the chicken, 145 degrees for the pork.
How do you cook kabobs on the grill?
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What is the best meat for kebabs?
Top of the Line – The best cut of beef for kebabs is definitely filet mignon. Other excellent beef options include Porterhouse, and if it looks good at the butcher or in the meat counter, also try a rib-eye. They all grill nicely and don’t require a marinade to make them tender.
How do you grill skewers without burning them?
You can also leave long edges of the skewers hanging over the edge of the barbecue, which will keep them from burning over the direct heat. If you have a multi-burner grill, you can also position the exposed ends of the skewer above a burner that’s either off or on a lower heat setting.
What temp do you grill chicken kabobs?
If making chicken kabobs on charcoal grill, propane grill, or natural gas grill, the temperature you should grill chicken kabobs at is about 375 degrees F (medium-high heat).
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