We’re excited to partner with Reynolds Wrap® for this sponsored recipe
Garlic Ranch Chicken Skewers are the perfect way to enjoy kabobs this summer. Get grilling with this easy to make chicken that has all the flavor on each skewer!
Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil makes clean up much easier and is great for sticky food because it won’t get stuck on the pan. Grilled Citrus Salmon with Pineapple Salsa, Easy Mini Burritos or Grilled Pizza are even more great recipes to try with Reynolds Wrap®.
Start your evening off with a delicious and simple dinner. I love making skewers on the grill in the summer time. It is quick and easy to assemble and add right onto the grill. The chicken has a nice garlic ranch flavoring and becomes tender and juicy once cooked. Add vegetables on the skewers to add flavor and a soft, crunchy texture that completes the meal. The chicken and vegetables make the perfect combination!
With the help of Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil, the skewers are assembled and laid flat on the Reynolds Wrap® non stick foil. To help keep the grill clean and free from the chicken sticking or the vegetables falling through the grates. Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil will cook the chicken skewers perfectly, giving it a steamy covering while grilling it from the inside out, without any of the chicken and vegetables getting stuck to the foil. These garlic ranch chicken skewers are so tender and flavorful your family is going to be begging for more.
Easy ingredients that are always on hand. Cut the chicken into the same size for the best cooking. Slice the vegetables to a similar size and add them in-between the chicken. Together the garlic ranch flavor and Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil will create the perfect dinner!
A trick using the Reynolds Wrap® non stick foil is to make a grill shield by folding a sheet of foil in thirds like a business letter. Slip it under the exposed parts of bamboo skewers when grilling kebabs to help keep them from burning.
It is best to soak bamboo or wooden skewers for about 30 minutes long. You can even soak them overnight in water. Well, soaked skewers will last longer on the grill without burning up the ends of the sticks.
Try a variation of ways to make your kabobs. Add fruits and vegetables, substitute meat and create fun ways to season your skewers. The options are endless this grilling season!
What Temperature Do You Grill Skewers At?
Chicken is grills quickly! Place the chicken skewer foil packet on the grill directly. Prepare the grill for direct heat grilling over medium to medium-high heat. This ranges from 350 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the grill. Allow the grill to preheat for about 10 to 15 minutes. Use a meat thermometer to determine if your chicken is cooked through properly before taking it off the skewers.
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