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Light up the Grill with Crowd-Pleasing Skewers


Published: Wed, June 18, 2014 @ 12:00 a.m.

Family Features

Dust off your grill and light up the coals — it’s time to move the party back to the warm outdoors. Enjoy the company of friends and family this summer with this easy, make-ahead recipe for grilled Chicken Skewers with Avocado Cream Dip. These versatile treats are sure to please any guest.

Grilling Tips

Here are a few tips and tricks to use when grilling:

Marinate meats overnight in a cajun-style marinade, made with vegetable oil, vinegar, minced celery, onion, green pepper, and garlic, Cajun Seasoning, and Tabasco Original Red Sauce for grill-ready flavor that will save you time and stress the next day.

To please a diverse crowd, prepare an assortment of marinated vegetables and meats for guests to customize their own skewers.

Add a few dashes of Tabasco Original Red Sauce to your favorite condiments for a spicy twist on classics like bottled ketchup, BBQ sauce, and mayonnaise.

Soaking wooden skewers in warm water 30 minutes before grilling will help prevent them from burning.

For more recipes and tips, visit www.tabasco.com.


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