Cave Tools Stainless Steel BBQ Skewers
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About Cave Tools Stainless Steel BBQ Skewers
MAXIMUM COOKING SURFACE AREA – 15.5 Inches of room for meats and vegetables so you can cook delicious barbecue kebabs for the whole family
CANVAS STORAGE CASE & SIMPLE FOOD REMOVER RING easily slides food off the kebobs when finished on the bbq rack – Works in the Oven or on any Weber Big Green Egg or other grill or smoker brand
DISHWASHER SAFE STAINLESS STEEL DESIGN makes cleanup a breeze unlike wooden or bamboo skewers and hanging loops ensure easy utensil storage
Comes with 25 Professional Cooking Recipes – STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS AND DETAILED TUTORIAL VIDEOS are great for the family
LIFETIME SATISFACTION GUARANTEE – If at any point you are unhappy with your barbeque skewers accessories you can return it for a full money back refund. We Take Customer Service That Seriously
What We Thought
Kabobs are something that we usually only got when going to a specialty restaurant. They were served on small wooden sticks and I was fulfilled but never really fully satisfied with the results.
Cave Tools recently sent us an amazing set of bbq skewers and I knew that I had a task of learning to make our own kabobs. I hit the internet immediately to figure out how we could make the ultimate kabobs and came up with my own idea on how to make something that my entire family would eat (including our 4 1/2 year old son).
This year we have really been interested in adding more color to our meals. Color meaning more fresh vegetables instead of canned or frozen (unless we are freezing them ourselves) and really exploring the produce section and local farmer’s markets to make wise food choices. We also started to source our own meats this year and let me tell you it is an amazing feeling to know exactly where your food is coming from and how it was raised.
For the kabobs I went right to the produce section and wanted to prepare an all vegetable kabob to accompany steaks from the grill.
Look at the colors in this bowl! They are so vivid and fresh. For the kabobs I used green peppers, zucchini, yellow squash, red onions, button mushrooms and grape tomatoes. What I didn’t know because I had never done my own kabobs was that the reasoning to marinate was for reasons other than flavoring, but also to soften some of the veggies for easier/faster cooking.
We chose a house Italian dressing to marinate and it turned out beautifully! The veggies were in great shape after about 2 hours and I began to prep my skewers while heating up the grill. We use charcoal when grilling so there was a little more prep time than those who use a gas grill.
The skewers were beautiful when displayed and fit on our grill perfectly. We grilled them for about 20 minutes, turning one time at the halfway point to ensure they didn’t burn and were evenly cooked. The end results were absolutely some of the best vegetables I have ever put in my mouth.
When the cooking process was finished the easy to remove coin shaped portion made removing the vegetables from the skewers very simple. Just slide them down and the veggies came right off into a serving bowl. Since we had company here for dinner I just put everything into a bowl and wanted to make sure that everyone got what they wanted instead of having to eat what was on their own skewer. DELICIOUS!
Easy to clean by tossing into the dishwasher, I recommend these skewers to anyone who is serious about grilling and loves using fresh foods when cooking.
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So tell me, what kind of kabobs do you like? Share your recipes below! I would love to know more.