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This Sweet Chili Pork Kabobs Recipe is an easy pork recipe you will love!
Try this Sweet Chili Pork Kabobs Recipe to add some “flava” to your pork!
Have you ever noticed that some of the best foods in life are on a stick? Think about it! You’ve got corn dogs, popsicles, lollipops, and just about everything at a state fair! Yep, the good foods in life come on a stick and this Sweet Chili Pork Kabobs Recipe is no different! I really could write two blog posts about the fun of making shish-kabobs but I will try to condense it down in a couple of paragraphs. First of all, with this pork kabobs recipe, there are no rules. You can do practically whatever you want, however, you want. Another thing about kabobs is that they do not have to be savory. They can be sweet too! You didn’t know? There are all types of recipes out there for fruit kabobs and dessert kabobs. You can put whatever you want on a skewer and there you have it! If it can fit on a stick go for it! Oh! Oh! You can also add your own dipping sauces as well. See, aren’t making shish-kabobs fun?! Yea! Well, let me tell you how I came up with this Sweet Chili Pork Kabobs Recipe.
Let’s try to get a bit more creative with this pork kabobs recipe. If you are not a fan of sweet chili sauce, you can brush these pork kabobs with your own special sauce or BBQ sauce. Also, you can layer this pork kabobs recipe with a variety of other vegetables such as zucchini, squash, mushrooms, broccoli, and even garlic cloves, lemon and lime wedges. Adding the garlic cloves, lemon or limes will add garlic flavor throughout the entire kabob. Not to mention, this pork kabob recipe (kabobs in general) can be a healthy main dish that you can add to your typical summer grilling and barbecue line up. Healthy doesn’t mean lack of flavor, it gives a great opportunity for you to discover new flavors.
- 2 Thick Boneless Pork Chops (cut into 12 chunks)
- 8 Pineapple Chunks
- 1 Red Bell Pepper, cut into chunks (12 pieces)
- 1 Green Bell Pepper, cut into chunks (12 pieces)
- ½ Red Onion, cut into chunks (12 pieces)
- 4 Bamboo Skewers
tbsp. Olive oil
- Sweet Chili Sauce
- Soak the skewers in water, for at least, 30 minutes.
- Cut the boneless pork chops into 6 large chunks along with the green and red bell pepper, and red onion.
- Begin to layer the skewers starting with a bell pepper at the bottom of the skewer, pork chunk, onion, pineapple chunk, and repeat. Each skewer should get 3 chunks of pork, 2-3 pineapple chunks, 3 pieces of both peppers, and red onion.
- Preheat oven to 375 Degrees. Heat the pan with the olive oil on
heat. Season the skewers on all sides with salt and pepper. Place on the hot grill pan and cook on each side 3-5 minutes. Place in the oven while still in the pan for 12-15 minutes. Remove from oven and brush with mediumhigh thaichili sauce and serve.