To broil kabobs, place on broiler pan; broil 4 to 6 inches from heat using times above as guide, turning once and brushing occasionally with reserved marinade.
Traditionally, kabobs consist of small pieces of meat, poultry or seafood that are marinated before being skewered and cooked over coals. Kabobs are easy to prepare and fun to eat, and vegetables are an excellent addition to the classic recipe. While marinating the ingredients is not necessary, it adds flavor, especially to vegetables. Our simple-to-prepare recipe uses purchase salad dressing for the marinade.
Exotic mushrooms can be used in place of the button mushrooms in this recipe. Try cremini or shiitake mushrooms.
Baby spinach tossed with berries and raspberry vinaigrette makes a nice salad to serve with these kabobs. Garlic bread completes the menu.