summer entertaining: peach jezebel chicken kabobs

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Southern Favorite

Old-Fashioned Jezebel Sauce.
Traditionally prepared with apple jelly, pineapple preserves & horseradish…
Think versatility as a tasty grilling marinade perking up poultry, pork, shrimp or vegetables.

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makes 6 servings

12 {6-inch} wooden skewers
2 lbs chicken tenderloins, thawed
1/2 cup peach preserves
3 Tbsp whole grain mustard
2 Tbsp prepared horseradish
1 Tbsp vegetable oil
3 garlic cloves, pressed
1 tsp Kosher salt
1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper
peach preserves * parsley leaves

one
Soak the wooden skewers in water for 30 minutes.

Cut each chicken tender in half & thread the two pieces,
accordian-style onto a wooden skewer.
Repeat with the remaining chicken tenders & wooden skewers.

Place the threaded chicken in a shallow pan in a single layer.

two
Whisk together the peach preserves, the mustard, the horseradish, the oil,
the garlic, the salt & the pepper in a small bowl.
Pour over the chicken, coating both sides well.
Cover & refrigerate 4 hours or up to 24 hours.

three
Preheat the grill to medium heat, about 350 to 400 degrees.
Grill the chicken skewers 5 minutes per side or until the juices run clear.
Remove from the grill.
Season generously with Kosher salt & freshly ground pepper.

The Presentation
add effortless wow for a stunning finish

Microwave a small amount of peach preserves for about 10 seconds to thin.
Brush over the chicken kabobs.
Toss with a smattering of fresh parsley leaves.

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{testing notes}

How To Prep Wooden Skewers For Grilling
 a few points keep flare ups at bay

Place the wooden skewers in a shallow container.
Add enough water to cover & let stand at least 30 minutes or up to 24 hours
before threading with meat or vegetables.

The key is to saturate the wood to prevent fiery flames.

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the threading

Grade school kids are the perfect age for lending a hand in the kitchen.
I had a few special half-pints help me thread the skewers for grilling.

One used rubber gloves & the other braved the chicken fearlessly.
One of the girls explained to her sister that the technique was like stitching a hem in sewing class.

the measuring

The kitchen is fun for learning.
The girls were taught the difference between cup sizes & teaspoon measurments.

the well-seasoned pro

Kosher salt & pepper make a beautiful & simple garnish to the kabobs.
The extra flavor will be appreciated, too.

the substitution

Try apricot preserves or orange marmalade for a delicious twist.

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