Mike really likes Mediterranean and Greek foods and I don't mind them, so I was looking for a new recipe that used this style of cuisine. I found this Kraft recipe for Grilled Chicken Kabobs. Kraft recipes tend to be pretty simple and yield great results, so I was hoping this recipe would turn out great. We liked the overall effect, but I am not sure that it was quite as simple as I wanted it to be. I started out by mixed together the marinade of Greek vinaigrette and mayonnaise. I added my pieces of chicken to the marinade and popped it in the fridge for about 20 minutes. While the chicken was marinading, I cut a red onion into thin wedges. I set up two grill pans on the oven and skewered the chicken and onions, alternating chicken and onions. I used wooden skewers, but you could definitely use metal skewers. I grilled the skewers on each side for about 4 minutes. It was hard to tell if the chicken was completely done, so I put the skewers on a baking sheet and popped them in the oven for a few minutes.
We enjoyed our chicken skewers with a side of pasta salad. The flavor was really great and we definitely liked the chicken. However, Costco also sells some chicken skewers that just need to be heated up in the oven. The Costco skewers are definitely easier and are pretty tasty. I think with a few modifications, I may prefer the Costco skewers for the fact that they are a little more simple. This recipe wasn't a total fail, but was not necessarily the easiest way to grill kabobs.