Thursday, January 16, 2014

Recipe: Chicken Kabobs

Are you fearless in the kitchen when it comes to trying out new recipes? Well in case you are…I wanted to share this healthy and delicious recipe for Chicken Kabobs, courtesy of Iberia, which calls for an oven, not a grill, so it’s perfect for enjoying during these cold winter months. Using fresh vegetables, such as zucchini, red pepper and tomatoes, help to really bring out the taste and gives this dish a burst of delectable flavors (along with the rich aroma and flavor of the olive oil, of course!) for an easy weeknight meal the whole family can enjoy.

Chicken Kabobs
courtesy of Iberia

· 2 large chicken breasts
· 3 large zucchinis cut into large rounds
· 3 red peppers
· 12 cherry tomatoes
· 2 cups of Iberia Extra Virgin Olive Oil
· 1 tbsp. basil
· Salt to taste
· 8 bamboo skewers


1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Cut the chicken breasts in large squares and then insert in the bamboo skewers alternating the zucchinis and red pepper.

2. Using the remaining bamboo skewers, make vegetarian kabobs with the cherry tomatoes, zucchini and red pepper, adding salt and Iberia Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Place them in the oven and cook for 30 minutes.

3. Lastly, drizzle some more Iberia Olive Oil on them and enjoy! It’s a spectacular presentation with great flavor!

Iberia Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made from hand-selected and harvested olives processed in Spain and provides the rich aroma and flavor of quality, Spanish olives. Olive oil has been linked to heart health and longevity and eating about two tablespoons of olive oil daily may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease due to the monosaturated fat in olive oil. So…drizzle this healthy, great tasting olive oil on your salad, pasta, fish, meat, and more for a delicious taste! Available at select retailers including Walmart. Visit www.IberiaFoods.com for more information.

Disclosure: I did not receive any products nor received compensation for this promotion. I was provided info and photos to share. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of other consumers.

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