Grilling goodness

Thursday, May 6, 2010 |
I accidentally deleted many of your comments.
If you don't see your comment, it's simply because I was trying to multitask {not paying attention} and hit the wrong button.
I apologize.

The past week and a half has been insanely busy in my world. I often find that the month of May is busier for me than the Christmas season.
Each night I fall into bed with the best intentions of accomplishing all tasks for the next day and then some ~ yah right!
 I’m falling short and sinking fast.

I’ll be stopping by to say hi soon …



I love my grill this time of year.
It’s quick, easy and in no time an entire meal is ready to be served. This is a family favorite that I’ve been making for years. I often make extra for leftovers. My salad for lunch tomorrow will feature the chicken along with red peppers, avocado and tomatoes.




Grilled Chicken & Sausage skewers

8 hot Italian sausages

1 cup olive oil

2/3 cup fresh lemon juice

½ cup red wine vinegar

6 large garlic cloves, minced

¼ cup Dijon mustard

¼ cup mixture of thyme, basil and fennel seed

1 tsp salt

1 tsp pepper

8 boneless chicken breasts

2 lemons, thinly sliced

Place sausages in pan. Add enough cold water to cover partially and simmer until firm. About 12 minutes. Drain and let cool.

Marinade ~ combine the next 8 ingredients and mix well.

Cut the sausages and chicken into bite size pieces. Add to marinade and let rest for at least one hour {the longer, the better}.

Place on skewers alternating chicken and sausages ~ add lemon slices as desired

Grill until chicken is completely cooked



* I often make half the recipe

*This is also very tasty without the sausage

Grilled broccoli is delicious with a little sesame oil and french grey sea salt.


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15 comments:

Suburban Princess said...

How do you add the oil to your broccolli? Whenever I toss them in oil they soak up way too much :O(

Cathy said...

Thanks for stopping by earlier! I love hearing from you!

This looks so yummy! We grill contstantly this time of year...I am soooo trying this!

Enjoy!
Cathy

Henley on the Horn said...

What a delicious dinner! I love grilled chicken kabobs. I have a recipe that uses a little corn syrup, soy sauce, ginger, and sesame seeds. YUM! I love it when the onions are crispy and carmelized!

Tina said...

Oh these skewers sound delicious Jo! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I would love to give them a try! Hope you get to have some relaxation time over the weekend ~ Tina x

Trish said...

Hi there sweet Jo! A great big thank you for your awesome comments, I was seriously ready to pack by bags and head North after the grilled lobster/chardonnay discussion...but now I KNOW! that you and I must meet soon to have a fabulous grilled dinner together (of course with wine and fabulous conversation!) - just a quick hi, I'll be back to commenting and checking in more frequently next week. xoxo

Holly said...

The skewers sound great...always looking for a new way to jazz up a skewer! I have never tried grilled broccoli...but I am all about trying it now.

I Love Pretty Little Things said...

That looks delicious!!! I am going to make that this week.

I just noticed on your profile that you live in Mystic. Is that the same place that "Mystic Pizza" was filmed? The first Julia Roberts movie that I ever saw, and that I love!
It looks like such a beatiful and charming place to live.

Thanks for checking in on my blog today. Did you get a chance to check out everyones "Friday Pretties"?

Joyce

theUngourmet said...

I can hardly wait to pick up more propane so we can start grilling again! This looks like a terrific recipe! I would love to have a veggie basket for my grill too. :)

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Jo,

Your grilled dinner looks great.
The weather is cooler here, so we are having a lot of soups and casseroles now.
I hope that you have some time over the weekend to get some rest and relaxation.

Happy Mothers Day
Hugs
Carolyn

bevy said...

I completely understand your stress this time of year! While I am counting the days (18!!!) until the end of school, I also keep thinking of all I still need to do.

Oh, but I must make time for your recipe! You know I ALWAYS copy and print them for my personal recipe book. And ALWAYS give you credit! xox

pink green & southern said...

Yum--ee! I will be grilling this!

Rhiannon Nicole said...

Now this is a new way to maybe get me to like brocolli hehe I don't know what it is I just don't like it but your methods may change that :) hehe Happy Mother's Day to you!! XOXO

Travelbugmom said...

I am all over this recipe! Have chicken breasts AND sausage in my fridge right now! Thanks for sharing!

Casey said...

I agree about May. It is THE busiest month over Christmas. Between the projects, spring cleaning, the kids' school wrapping up and plans for summer... it never ends!

Thanks for the recipe! Looks fantastic.

3 Peanuts said...

I too find MAy to be tTHE BUSIEST month. It is hard to explain to people but all the end of year school stuff and sports is CRAZy around our house. This meal looks delish!

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