Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Potato Kabobs

potato and zucchini kabobs


Vegetable and potato kabobs are fun to make, and they are a delicious vegetable side dish. 

I thought of the idea because I wanted something I could serve to company that wasn't being served out of a communal bowl that everyone had to touch and share using the same serving spoon.

Decoration, Invitation, Elegant 
Kabobs are individual and perfect for pandemic serving.

I simply roasted a few different vegetables in my air fryer (could use the oven too). I chose zucchini, potato, and tomato. I considered broccoli and mushrooms but I just didn't have any.

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I like making them with roasted potatoes because they are more filling than exclusively using lighter vegetables.

It is a great idea for outdoor dining too or a BBQ. They are very allergy friendly and will meet the needs of anyone vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, or nut free.


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As you can see from the photos, I simply layered the roasted vegetables on a kabob skewer long stick.

Each skewer can be picked up individually and then the vegetables could be slid onto the plate or consumed right from the stick.

potato kabobs

I cut the zucchini thick and in half moons, I cut the potato into wedges/slices and the tomato into half moons.

I air fried my zucchini and potatoes and left my tomatoes raw.

I've also made raw kabobs. Again, I made it so each guest could pick up a kabob instead of everyone helping themselves from the same crudités plate or bowl.

Vegetable Skewer, Paprika, Tomato

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8 comments:

  1. Raw kabobs are so colourful and inviting! My husband will enjoy them too.

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  2. What a good idea! Pandemic or not. I always have one vegetable left, for some reason. Like 1 zucchini or 1 red pepper. This is a great idea for that alone, and it looks so appetizing. Thanks!

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  3. Neat idea! Love the idea of using potatoes in the starring role in kabobs. These look great -- thanks.

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  4. How interesting! I have eaten a lot of kabobs in my day, but never thought to include potato. Thanks for the great idea.

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  5. Yum! Who can resist raw kabobs, they look great in that picture :)

    All the best Jan

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  6. We've never tried roasting potatoes over an open fire, but often do other vegetable kebabs over charcoal.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  7. Questu colorati spiedini vegetali sono bellissimi!

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  8. These kabobs are so bright and beautiful! And your table is lovely. I especially love the parrot napkin peeking out in the fifth pic! :)

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