- 500g chicken breast
- 1 medium onion
- 1 large green pepper
- 1 can tinned peaches
- 3 medium carrots, steamed
- 3tbsp white vinegar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp curry powder
- 1 tsp dried basil
- 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
- 30ml water
- 1 tbsp sugar
Resources/Equipment You Will Need
- Chopping Board
- Sharp knife
- Skewers/ Kebab sticks
- Bowl for marinating
- Oven tray
- Place your kebab sticks/skewers in cold water and let them soak for at least 30 minutes. As I mentioned earlier, this is so that the kebab sticks do not burn when you place them in the oven.
- The ingredients you’ll need include: 500g chicken breast; 1 medium onion
1 large green pepper; 1 can tinned peaches; 3 medium carrots, steamed; 3tbsp white vinegar, 1 tsp salt; 1 tsp curry powder; 1 tsp dried basil; 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper; 30ml water and 1 tbsp sugar. Chop your vegetables and fruit into medium sized chunks. Cut your chicken breasts into medium- bite size pieces.
- Thread the ingredients onto the kebab sticks in any order you wish. Layer your ready-to-cook kebabs into a marinating dish/bowl.
- Combine salt, curry powder, dried basil, vinegar, water and sugar in a small bowl. Give a quick stir then spoon it over the chicken kebabs. Sprinkle a little extra salt and the black pepper on top.
- Seal the marinating dish and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. (The longer you marinate for, the more flavourful your kebabs will be.)
- Grease your roasting tray with some oil. This oil will help cook your kebabs and also prevent them from sticking to the tray. Layer your kebabs onto the tray (don’t let them overlap onto each other as this will cause uneven cooking, if you will, to take place).
- Grill at 180 degrees Celsius/ 350 degrees Fahrenheit/ Gas Mark 4 for 20 minutes or until the onions and all the components of the kebab are cooked through. Enjoy!
Pictorial Detailed Instructions
Should you want to do this on the stove top. It is very much possible. You can fry your kebabs instead or even fire them up on a braai stand (barbeque grill). When you use any of these two methods, you’ll find that your cooking time will be less. You can serve these as finger foods or even part of a meal with roast potatoes or rice. Do give them a go and let me know how it all went down! Are you getting my new recipe alerts by email? If not sign-up here.