Bacon Coated Chicken Kabobs

Bacon Coated Chicken Kabobs
Bacon Coated Chicken Kabobs with Alabama White BBQ Sauce

Extremely moist and very tasty with a hint of bacon. Give it a try today. The basic idea is to make bacon “paste” in a food processor and coat the chicken to prevent drying.

It’s little too fussy for my routine use. And lastly, adding bacon fat just rubs the doctor in my wrong.

Sometime a recipe comes along just when you need it. I had two huge chicken breasts that need to go and bacon. I stopped my paper copy of CI  but still have my online subscription. And suddenly it was there. Charcoal-Grilled Barbecued Chicken Kebabs from American Test Kitchen.

The results excellent but I little too much fuss for me.

Rating

rating system 3

The taste was excellent but to me this recipe calls out for simplification. The taste and moisture was excellent.

Link to Alabama White BBQ Sauce

Notes: I wanted a chicken and bacon flavor combo… I really didn’t get the bacon taste as much as I wanted for the work involved. I guess I’m defining fuss as actually using my food processor and I don’t usually have bacon in the house. Maybe I should get over it. If you want spicy flavor and moisture this will work for you but it will take a little time and fuss.

trim and cube chicken

Trim and cup the chicken breasts. 2 pounds would be 3-4 normal size breast or 2 huge ones.
sprinkle the chicken with salt
Sprinkle with 2 t of kosher salt. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes. If using wooden skewers, start soaking in water now.

cut bacon into cubes

Cut bacon into cubes.
make bacon paste

Run it though a food processor stopping every 10 seconds or so to scrap the sides. Continue until it is paste (about 30 sec)

pat chicken dry

Pat dry chicken breast cubes.

add spices to coated chicken

Then mix in a large bowl with the bacon paste and then the paprika and sugar.

make kabobs

Thread onto skewers. Place over high heat rotating every 2 minutes. After all sides are browned, decrease heat to medium, continue to rotate every 3-4 minutes until internal temp of 165-170. About 20 minutes total.

grill the kabobs

Bacon Coated Chicken Kabobs
 
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Extremely moist and very tasty with a hint of bacon. Give it a try today. The basic idea is to make bacon "paste" in a food processor and coat the chicken to prevent drying.
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: American
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 2 pounds chicken breasts trimmed and cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 2 strips bacon
  • 2 t kosher salt
  • 1 T smoked paprika
  • 2 T sweet paprika
  • 2 t sugar
  • Skewers- metal or wood
Instructions
  1. Trim and cup the chicken breasts. Sprinkle with 2 t of kosher salt. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes. If using wooden skewers, start soaking in water now
  2. Cut bacon into cubes and run though a food processor stopping every 10 seconds or so to scrap the sides. Continue until it is paste (about 30 sec)
  3. Preheat and clean grill on high for 15 minutes
  4. Pat dry chicken breast cubes then mix in a large bowl with the bacon paste and then the paprika and sugar.
  5. Thread onto skewers.
  6. Oil grill and place over high heat rotating every 2 minutes. After all sides are browned, decrease heat to medium, continue to rotate every 3-4 minutes until internal temp of 165-170. About 20 minutes total.

 

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