Chicken skewers with prunes

Chicken skewers with prunes

Ingredients for making chicken skewers with prunes

  1. Chicken fillet 1 piece
  2. Cherry tomatoes optional
  3. Onion 2 pieces (medium size)
  4. Bulgarian pepper 1 piece
  5. Prune optional
  6. Seasoning for chicken or meat to taste
  7. Vegetable oil optional
  • Main Ingredients Chicken, Prunes
  • Portion 3-4


Grill, kitchen knife, cutting board, plate, wooden skewers.


Step 1: pickle the chicken.

Cut the chicken into large cubes of the same size.

Combine the chicken spices with the butter, then dip the fillet in the butter and mix everything very well with your hands. Leave the chicken to marinate at room temperature on 20-30 minutes.

Step 2: prepare vegetables and prunes.

Scald prunes with boiling water and rinse with hot water afterwards. Dry.
Peel the onions, rinse the tomatoes like peppers, only peppers also peel the seeds.
Dice the peppers and onions in approximately the same size as the chicken slices.

Step 3: put the kebab on the skewers.

Take the skewers and put slices of fillet on them alternately, alternating them with prunes and vegetables. The order of special significance, it seems to me, does not play.

Step 4: fry the chicken kebab with prunes.

Preheat the grill or make coals, put the kebabs on a wire rack and fry them until a beautiful crust is on all sides.

Keep in mind that chicken cooks much faster than meat and is easy to dry, so always turn over the barbecue on time. Vegetables should also not burn out, the tomatoes will dry out a bit, and peppers and onions should retain some crunch.

Step 5: serve chicken kebab with prunes.

Serve chicken kebab immediately after cooking hot and aromatic. Be sure to serve it with sauce, cheese, tomato or garlic, as you like, something sweet and sour will come up here. Very tasty and bright!
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Before you start stringing meat on wooden skewers, soak them in cold water for half an hour.

- You can bake kebabs in the oven in the "grill" mode at a temperature of 200-220 degrees.