Teriyaki Sausage and Chicken Kabobs are marinated in Teriyaki sauce and loaded with your favorite fresh peppers, red onions and sweet pineapple. This combination gives them such an amazing flavor. This kabob recipe is perfect for making on the gas grill while entertaining guests during the summer at your backyard parties or for a quick and easy weeknight dinner!
We recommend serving them over rice and finishing off the meal with our favorite Blueberry Lemon Cobbler. Don’t forget the ice cream on top of that cobbler!
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The taste of these kabobs are delicious and will just have you wanting to make more and more. Any time you can combine chicken and pineapple, it’s a deliciously perfect outcome.
Plus, it’s always more fun to eat food on a stick, right? My kids love it because they think it’s fair game to eat it with your fingers. I won’t judge if you do that too!
Chicken Kabobs FAQs!
Overall Chicken Kabobs are pretty easy to make which makes them a great option in the summer for a quick meal when you are grilling.
Here are some quick tips and tricks to get the perfect kabob off your grill.
If you have any additional questions make sure to comment below and we will do our best to answer your questions!
How to grill chicken kabobs
Once you have all your ingredients prepped and ready to go, you just have to start alternating them on the wooden skewer. Once they are ready, you place them on the grill over medium-high heat.
You’ll want to rotate them to make certain every side is cooked and once the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees, they are done and ready to enjoy.
What ingredients do you need to make grilled chicken kebabs
- Chicken Breast
- Turkey Kielbasa Sausage rope
- Red pepper
- Green pepper
- Yellow pepper
- Purple onion
- Fresh pineapple
- Brown sugar
- Teriyaki marinade
How long do kebabs take to grill?
This all depends on the heat of your grill. You can’t really put a time amount on the grilling due to that fact but you need to remember that it needs to be cooked thoroughly before pulling. Rotate it often and use your meat thermometer to verify that the internal temperature of the chicken is 165 degrees before removing it from the grill.
Our best estimate on the length of time would be about 15 minutes at a temperature around 350 degrees.
How do you cut chicken breast for kabobs?
Make certain that you’re cutting your chicken breast in big chunks so that it stays on the skewer. Think of them in term of squares, if at all possible. That way, as you’re turning and rotating them over the fire, they aren’t going to break and fall off.
How do you keep wooden skewers from burning?
Great question! This can definitely be an issue if you’re not prepared for it! You’ll want to soak them in water for an hour or so before you use them to grill. That way, they’re nice and wet and the fire won’t do anything to them because they’ll just sizzle due to all the moisture.
Can I make my own Teriyaki Marinade?
Of course! Here’s a great recipe for a Teriyaki Marinade if you are looking for one!
More Kabobs Recipes!
- Grilled Vegetable and Steak Kabobs
- Sausage and Grilled Shrimp Kabobs
- Bacon Ranch Chicken Kabobs
- Veggie and Sausage Kabobs
- Marinated Steak Kabobs
More Grilled Chicken Recipes!
- Beer Can Chicken on the Grill
- Grilled Ranch Chicken Drumsticks
- Grilled Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken Burger
- Caesar Grilled Chicken Breast
- Grilled Chicken Bacon Pizza
Thank you and enjoy this grilled chicken kebabs recipe!
Teriyaki Sausage and Chicken Kabobs Recipe
- 4 chicken breast cut into 1'' cubes
- 1 Turkey Kielbasa sausage rope cut into 1/2'' slices
- 1 red pepper cut into 1'' slices
- 1 green pepper cut into 1'' slices
- 1 yellow pepper cut into 1'' slices
- 1 purple onion cut into 1'' slices
- 2 c. fresh pineapple cut into 1'' cubes
- ½ c. of brown sugar
- 12 oz jar of Teriyaki marinade
- Tin foil pan for easy clean up
- Kabob skewers
- Place chicken in bowl and sprinkle with brown sugar. Pour Teriyaki marinade sauce over your mixture and let marinade at least 1 hour before placing on the grill to get the best flavor. You can marinate them from up to 24 hours.
- Soak kabob skewers in water while chicken is marinading to prevent them from burning if you are using wooden skewers.
- Now you can start assembling your Kabobs. Start layering your skewers with veggies then chicken or sausage until full. Make sure your don’t forget to add a piece of pineapple in the middle. ** leave an inch at both ends of your skewer so you can hold**
- Place kabobs over direct heat on grill preheated to medium-high. Grill, rotating, until meat is fully cooked (internal temperature of 165 degrees F) and veggies are charred. This will take around 15 minutes but will depend on the temperature of your grill and thickness of your chicken.
- Enjoy with a side of rice or alone.