BBQ Chicken Bacon Pineapple Kabobs

BBQ Chicken Bacon Pineapple Kabobs Makes; 6
Credit: Butter with a side of Bread

3 med-lg Chicken Breasts, Boneless
1 pk Bacon
1 Fresh Pineapple
1 1/2 cup BBQ Sauce
1 cup Pineapple Juice (opt.)

•Soak your skewers in cold water for at least an hour.
•Thaw your Chicken Breasts out, cut them into cubes. (Approx 1 1/2″-2″). Mix together BBQ sauce and Pineapple Juice, put in your chicken Breast chunks and let marinate for 2-3 hours.
•Cut your Bacon in half, then in a frying pan, cook the Bacon until it is about half way cooked. (It will still look pink and rubbery, but the edges will be slightly brown).
•Skin your pineapple, taking off the outer layer. Cut the pineapple in chunks. (Approx 2″). Make sure to take the core out.
• Take a skewer and put the items on, in a pattern. When putting the Bacon on, fold it in half, making them more secure. The pattern we chose was;
-Chicken
-Bacon
-Pineapple
-Bacon
-Chicken
-Bacon
-Pineapple
-Bacon
-Chicken
-Bacon
-Pineapple
-Bacon
-Chicken
•Turn on your BBQ or grill and cook until chicken is no longer raw. (Approx 30 mins) SEE NOTES.
•When they are just about done, brush some more BBQ sauce on them. Then finish cooking.
•Serve, Enjoy.

 

MenuDuet’s Notes: In the picture displayed;

-You can salt the chicken before marinating, but we didn’t.

– We forgot to soak our skewers, and they burnt.

-We used Smoked “Montreal Style Steak Spice Bacon.”

– We used “Smokin’ Stampede; Beer and Chipotle BBQ Sauce”

-We started and ended with chicken because they were the most secure.

-When cooking the kabobs on the BBQ, make sure to keep an eye on them so they don’t burn, and keep flipping them when necessary.

We’ve another home run on our plate, the chicken is tasty and tender, the Bacon is crisp and the pineapple is super juicy! These are all around, delicious in every bite! It’s a shame this recipe only makes six.
We recommend eating some Bacon and Pineapple in the same bite, you won’t regret it!

Of course there is so much more you can add; Bell Peppers, Pearl Onions, the list is endless, it is a kabob. Though these were just so tasty as is, even our son couldn’t help but chomp down. So amazing, we will be making these again!

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I took the picture displayed, with my camera.

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