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Italian Sausage Skewers

Italian Sausage Skewers brought to you by GrillGrrrl.

Italian Sausage Skewers brought to you by GrillGrrrl.

This is a SUPER easy dish. Just collect your favorite vegetables for kabobs and then select your favorite type of sausage. You can serve these with rice or pasta.

Ingredients as used in this recipe (you can do your own variation- get creative!):

  • red and green peppers
  • zucchini
  • onions
  • tomatoes
  • other great additions: pineapple, mushrooms, cut up eggplant- the sky is the limit!
  • EXTRA HOT Italian sausage, cut into bitsized pieces with the casing left in tact to keep the sausage together.

Preheat grill to 350 or medium/medium high. If you are using bamboo skewers soak them in water beforehand for 10 minutes (or more) so they do not burn on the grill. Cook the skewers for about 15 minutes on each side or until meat is slightly charred and vegetables begin to slightly wither. Throw some bread or texas toast (my personal favorite) on the top rack of the grill (bread basket area) so that it can warm and bake while you grill your skewers.

Serve immediately with rice/pasta and bread. Throw in some fresh herbs for a little pizazz if you have any. These are great for an outdoor BBQ as they are more exciting than your average wiener. For a great spin on italian, these are wonderful on top of some pasta tossed in an olive-oil balsalmic dressing.

Enjoy your Italian Sausage as you speak in your best Jersey Shore accent!

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4 Responses to Italian Sausage Skewers

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  2. sandrine February 22, 2010 at 5:29 pm #

    I make kebobs often, I use pineapple and tomatoes, mushrooms and lamb meat that I marinate before in garlic and lemon. Yummy! I had never done it with sausages but it’s a good idea.

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