Sunday, June 1, 2014

Sweet Fire Pork or Chicken Shish-Ka-Bobs with Chipotle, Orange and Honey

Every magazine I've looked at for the last month or so had an ad for the most amazing looking pork chops... These Sweet Fire Pork or Chicken Shish-Ka-Bobs are my take on that recipe. It just so happens that the "fire" part of the recipe calls for chipotle powder and chipotle is the item for the Mystery Ingredient Club this time, so I whipped some up! The recipe is from the National Pork Board and I hope they don't get too upset that I used chicken:@) Why chicken? Say it with me now... because that's what I had on hand-right. Truthfully folks, I don't see how you could go wrong using this flavorful mixture on anything from beef to shrimp!
But deep down we all know pork would be best:@)

Sweet Fire Pork or Chicken Shish-Ka-Bobs-adapted from porkbeinspired.com
pork or chicken cut into 1" cubes-equivalent of about 4 pork chops
veggies of choice, cut into 1" pieces-I used bell pepper and sweet onions
2 Tblsp olive oil
1 1/2 tsp chipotle powder-oh Momma that's good stuff!
1 1/2 tsp kosher salt
zest of one large orange
2 tsp garlic, minced
1/3 C honey
  1. Mix oil, chipotle, salt, zest and garlic. Add meat and veggies, mix well and let sit for about 30 minutes.
  2. Skewer everything and grill over medium-high heat for about 4-5 minutes, flip to other side and grill for about 3 minutes then brush honey over meat. Finish cooking for about 2 minutes or until meat is done.
Eat well and have a happy day:@)

The Mystery Ingredient Club is hosted by Michael of Rattlebridge Farm-
no one knows what the next ingredient will be...


I'm also joining:

17 comments:

  1. Oh, that looks unbelievably delicious! Honey and orange and chipotle. It doesn't get any better than this. I will be over at your house in 2 seconds! I'm so glad the Inlinkz thingie worked!! Thank you so much for cooking with me and the girls today!

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  2. Lynn, I will definitely be making this! Did you find the chipotle powder in the spice section of the grocery store? I've only used the peppers.

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    1. Yep, I found it at Walmart. $1.15 of yumminess:@)

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  3. These kabobs look so good, Lynn! I'll be grilling them up soon and I already have the chipotle seasoning. Hope you had a good weekend.

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  4. Your kabobs look delish Lynn! Love the combo of flavors with the orange and honey for some sweet heat!

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  5. Your skewers look terrific! We grilled pork chops tonight....sooooo good!

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  6. Yummers. We do love us some grilled kabobs and I like your idea of honey, orange and chipotle!

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  7. I just added this sauce to my list to try this week! Kabobs are a favorite at our house. YUM!

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  8. Must try the powder, I bet the honey orange mix is GREAT! Your kebabs look fabulous!
    Jenna

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  9. Lynn, I laughed out loud when I read you used chicken instead of pork!!! Your recipe looks amazing! LOVE the pairing of chipotle and orange. YUMMY! Gotta try your recipe!

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  10. Time for some food on a stick!

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  11. Love this combination, lots of flavor here, thanks Lynn!

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  12. Oh, yummy! I'd like some right now, and it's early morning. I'm going to add this recipe to our summer menus. Thanks for sharing, Lynn.
    PS
    Wise idea to use chicken! '-)

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  13. I am guessing Earl was happy you switched to chicken, but Foghorn Leghorn is appalled! It looks delicious, and I'd try a bite if you had some bread to deaden the burn! :)

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  14. what a fun group, the mystery ingredient club, your skewers look perfect for a summer bbq we are hosting next weekend. Love for you to link these up to FridayFrenzy this week if you have time:) http://www.stayingclosetohome.com/welcome-to-june-recipes-and-craft-party-friday-frenzy-606.html

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