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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Barbecue Skewer Shish Kabob Set #ProductReview

I was inspired to do some BBQ today since I  have two products that I need.  The Hoisin Garlic Marinade and SAuce is a perk I received from  Klout.  Klout is a platform where you get rewarded if your social media posts get interaction from your viewers.   I love this marinating sauce, it is  a bit sweet and it really gives the meat a great flavor if you let it marinate for  a long period of time.
 I also got this Barbecue Skewer Shish Kabob set from   Cavetools.com for review.  This stainless steel kabib set is  pretty sleek.  I bought some  stainless steel  skewers before but it doesn't have a rack so I am  happy that I have it now.  
I love when I have new tools in the kitchen  because it really inspire me to cook.  Well, I cook everyday but having new tools to use, ump that desire to cook even more.  Just like when I received this set, my husband immediately said "Alright, we are having some BBQ!"
Now, when my husband is  craving for something, he would go to the refrigerator and asses what we have and what we do not have.  He knows that whatever is in the fridge that's what I cook.  So he went to the store and bought some beef and pork.   We seldom buy beef these days because of the prize but once in a while, he misses it.  Me and the ki-ds don't really care much for beef.

I cut the beef in cubes and  marinated it for an hour with the Hoisin Garlic sauce.
I also peeled one of the  acorn squash that I picked from the garden and seasoned it with salt and pepper and  whisk it in some coconut oik before  putting it in the skewers.
My daughter love onion when BBQed so I thought of adding  some.  I  also love the taste of tomatoes when  baked so I added that at the end of the meat.
I baked the squash on a top rack and the meat on the bottom rack for  for 30 minutes  on a 400 degrees oven.  Our grill ran out of gas so I couldn't do my grilling outside.  Oven is equally fine though.  
After 30 minuts, I turned off the oven.  I finished it with  BBQ sauce when it was done  cooking and put  all of it back inside the oven to keep it warm while waiting for my husband to arrive.  
I love how the  skewers  stayed in place and it's very easy to clean afterwards.  I thought for sure, I will have to soak it in water  but the dried up sauce came right off.  
We ate it with steamed rice and achara (pickled carrots and kohlrabi).
Oh before I forgot, there is a bunos when you buy this kabob set. You can download a free Barbecue recipe with 25 professional recipe with step by step instruction.   So, are you ready to make some kabobs at home?  You can get this  via Amazon, you can use this code LHWJZQMZ for a 15% discount.Check out  Cavetools.com for some awesome BBQ tools and recipes.  

Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the product/s mentioned  to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

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Jeannette said...

This looks SO good! Anything that is put on the grill is yummy (in my opinion LOL) I have never heard of this sauce but I am going to have to try it!

Megan Elford {WelcomeToTheZoo} said...

Oh wow, that looks delicious! I love the idea of using skewers to cook or grill just about anything. Such a fun way to make a meal!

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

That looks so delicious! We love barbecue. I don't know why we never thought to make barbecue skewers before. Thanks!

Erin Shebish said...

Well Im officially wanting to barbecue!!! Too bad its raining. This looks totally yum though!

Jennifer Van Huss said...

That looks delicious. You can have BBQ even during cold Canadian winters. This looks like a great gift for dh.

Masshole Mommy said...

My kids love it when I make kabobs! Somehow everything seems to taste better when it's eaten off of a stick :)

Liz Mays said...

Oh my, everything looks so good. This really makes me want to do some kabobs sometime soon.

Michelle said...

These kebabs look delicious! I don't eat meat, but I'd like to try this garlic sauce with some vegetable kebabs and rice. Thank you for sharing.

Deal Match Maker said...

We just purchased a new grill a week ago! can't live without. My mom used to grill chicken satay , so yeah, we definitely need a skewer

Ron Leyba said...

Oh my, I so love barbecues. Thanks for sharing this.

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

I love grilled everything! Steaks, veggies, or anything on kabobs would be great! Thank you for sharing. I will look for the barbeque-skewers too. Thanks for the review and the photos of great looking food.!

Six Time Mommy TEST said...

Oh man. I'd give a ton right now to have this. I haven't had kabobs in so long. I am loving the set! - Jeanine

Dogvills said...

That looks so delicious. I love to grill because it's healthier. I can't wait to try this.

Jennifer said...

Mmmm... These look amazing! I've never heard of Hoisin Garlic marinade but it sounds delicious and that kabob set looks pretty cool too! YUM!

Lynndee said...

What a nice set. I would love to have one since I've been wanting to make kabob. And you're making me hungry. Those look good!

Shaney Vijendranath said...

All those pictures is getting me hungry! I can't remember the last time I had something on a skewer.

Danielle Markley said...

I love making skewers and this looks so helpful!

Ann B said...

These look so amazing. I am having a BBQ this weekend and these would be perfect to serve.

Cara said...

That looks so delish! I need to try that since my family loves BBQ! Have to admit that I haven't yet tried Hoisin Garlic Marinade and Sauce but now I am so curious. Thanks for sharing!

Manu Kalia said...

These BBQ and the BBQ sauce are very addictive. So temping! we might do a BBQ this weekend.

Tiffany said...

I bet those tasted delicious! And I don't know what it is about throwing something on the grill that makes it taste so much better.

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