Looking for a quick, easy, inexpensive recipe that looks pretty too? Check out these Peachy Pork Kabobs from Gooseberry Patch’s Grilling and Campfires Cooking. Delicious!
These Peachy Pork Kabobs are awesome. All of the flavors combine for a new family favorite around here. But, it wouldn’t be me grilling if there wasn’t a story behind it…
I do believe our grill hates me…or maybe I have a gas grilling curse on me. Who knows?!
The first mishap was when I was grilling up some yummy BBQ Ranch Stuffed Cheddar Burgers. You can read all about it here. So while that could happen to anyone, it apparently started a fun little trend for me and our grill.
I fired up the grill last night and was supper excited to get these Peachy Pork Kabobs started. It warmed up to around 250 degrees (btw, I have NO idea if that is hot for a grill or not…I should probably find that out). So I put the kabobs on the grill and went back inside. When I came back out around 10 minutes later, it was hovering around 200 degrees. I didn’t think anything of it. I should’ve, but I didn’t. They didn’t really look much different than when I first put them on. Hmmm…
So I asked Michael about it. That is when he informed me that with the burners turned up on high, they shouldn’t be tiny little flames AND we shouldn’t be smelling gas…or be hearing a hissing sound. We found out today that the regulator is busted.
So it is another easy fix, but come on! If something happens the next time that I try to grill, I may just have to hand the grilling apron back over to Michael for good.
Needless to say, I had to finish these babies up in the oven. Hopefully, your grill will show you love, and you won’t have to finish yours in the oven, but know that is an option. 🙂
Peachy Pork Kabobs
Cut your peach and onion slices in half across the middle so that they are chunks.
Take your skewers and slide on your pieces of pork, peach and onion on it. Make sure you alternate as you go and leave space between your pieces.
Place skewers on your grill over medium-high heat for approximately 15 minutes, until the juices run clear.
Be sure to turn them occasionally for even cooking.
With about 5 minutes to go, brush with BBQ sauce.
Serve with cooked rice. Yum!
Peachy Pork Kabobs
- 2 peaches halved, pitted and cut into 6 wedges
- 1 sweet onion cut into 6 wedges
- 1 1/2 lbs of pork tenderloin cut into cubes
- 6-8 skewers
- honey bbq sauce
- cooked brown rice
- Cut your peach and onion slices in half across the middle so that they are chunks
- Take your skewers and slide on your pieces of pork, peach and onion on it
- Make sure you alternate as you go leaving space between your pieces
- Place skewers on your grill over medium-high heat for approximately 15 minutes, until the juices run clear
- Be sure to turn them occasionally for even cooking
- With about 5 minutes to go, brush with BBQ sauce
- Serve with cooked rice
Affiliate links were used in this post.
About Aunt Lou
I'm the wife of Michael and momma of a preschooler and toddler just walking through this life step by step focusing on enjoying the little things in life. I am in awe of the many blessings big and small I receive daily from a pretty amazing God who calls me His own. Sometimes life is crazy and messy, but I am loving every minute of it. Welcome to my chaos.