Blackstone Griddle Hawaiian Kielbasa Kabobs are amazing! This will be your go-to if you want a great Blackstone Recipe to satisfy you and your guests this weekend.
Everyone loves Kabobs; they are fun and absolutely delicious on the new Blackstone Griddle and Air Fryer Combo.
Perfectly seasoned, and a generous rub of your favorite BBQ sauce will soon make these your summer favorite. Nothing is better than a great and tasty (and fun) treat; this will make a great lunch, dinner, snack, or appetizer. Cooked in less than 10 minutes!
If you are looking for even more Blackstone Griddle Recipes, some of my favorites are BLACKSTONE GRIDDLE ONION RINGS, BLACKSTONE GRIDDLE VEGETABLE SKEWERS, BLACKSTONE GRIDDLE ASPARAGUS, BLACKSTONE GRIDDLE PANCAKES, and BLACKSTONE MUSHROOM SWISS SMASH BURGERS.
What is Kielbasa?
Kielbasa is sold in the same department as you would find hot dogs, sausage links, and other packaged meat.
Kielbasa is really just Polish sausage that has been smoked. It is fully cooked when we purchase it in the United States.
All you really need to do is flavor, season, and heat up your kielbasa, and it’s ready to eat. Hillshire Farms most commonly sell it.
Ingredients In Blackstone Griddle Hawaiian Kielbasa Kabobs
Enjoy zesty, savory kabobs reminiscent of a Hawaiian luau right from your own backyard this summer with Blackstone Griddle’s delicious Hawaiian Kielbasa Kabobs.
These mouthwatering treats are perfect for sharing good food and great times with family and friends. While you can play around with ingredients when creating your kabobs, we have an ideal combination of tasty morsels that will make every bite genuinely luxurious. From succulent kielbasa sausages to crunchy onions and peppers – let’s take a closer look at what goes into these scrumptious griddle creations!
- Fresh Pineapple Slices
- Red & Yellow Bell Peppers
- Diced Sweet Onions
- BBQ Sauce
How To Make Blackstone Griddle Hawaiian Kielbasa Kabobs
Who doesn’t love a kabob?! Not only are they easy to make, but they are full of flavor and always the life of any party. If you’re looking for an exciting meal that will be a hit with your family and friends, look no further than these mouth-watering Hawaiian Kielbasa Kabobs cooked on a Blackstone Griddle! This easy-to-follow recipe features juicy kielbasa sausage, sweet pineapple chunks, red bell peppers, onion wedges, and more smothered in our special house marinade for an irresistible combination that will have everyone coming back for seconds (and thirds!)
Soak your wooden skewers for about 30 minutes before starting.
Then preheat your Griddle to medium-high heat. Thread your wooden skewers with a mixture of kielbasa, bell peppers, sweet onions, and pineapple.
Add your kebabs to the Griddle and brush with BBQ Sauce. Cook for 5 minutes.
Flip, baste again, and cook for another 5 minutes.
What Should I Serve Kielbasa?
This is a versatile meal; you can serve it with a garden salad or a platter of rice.
Of course, you can serve it as an appetizer or quick lunch; since you have the meat and vegetables, it’s really a stand-alone entree.
How is kielbasa different from sausage?
Kielbasa is different then sausage as it is already smoked.
Most of the kielbasas we purchase in the grocery store have already been cooked, and we need to heat them. Sausages are sold raw, making them very time-consuming to cook.
Some Great BBQ Sauces
Today, I used a great BBQ sauce, which my family loves. I wanted to mention that many great BBQ sauces would bring out the Blackstone Griddle Hawaiian Kielbasa flavor Kabobs.
- WUJU Asian Sauces – Sweet And Sour Sauce, Chinese BBQ Sauce & Soy Sauce
- Chef Blackanese Sauces from Dragon Inn Restaurant
- Kikkoman Original Sweet & Sour Sauce
Using Wooden Skewers on Blackstone Griddle
If you use wooden skewers in either your Blackstone Griddle or Air Fryer, I also soak mine for at least 30 minutes. This will prevent burning.
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Blackstone Griddle Hawaiian Kielbasa Kabobs
- 1 pound cooked kielbasa, diced
- 1 yellow bell pepper, diced
- 1 red bell pepper, diced
- 1 sweet onion, diced
- 1 fresh pineapple, diced
- 1 cup BBQ Sauce
- Soak your wooden skewers for about 30 minutes before starting.
- Then preheat your Griddle to medium-high heat. Thread your wooden skewers with a mixture of kielbasa, bell peppers, sweet onions, and pineapple.
- Add your kebabs to the Griddle and brush with BBQ Sauce—Cook for 5 minutes.
- Flip, baste again and cook for another 5 minutes.
- Plate, serve, and enjoy!
- Wooden Skewers, Soaked for 30 minutes
What is a Blackstone Grill?
A Blackstone Grill is a flat-top gas grill and a griddle that allows you to cook various foods. It’s known for its large cooking surface, which is ideal for cooking kebabs and many other foods.
Can I cook kebabs at a Blackstone Grill?
Yes, absolutely! The flat surface of the Blackstone Grill allows for even heating, making it perfect for cooking kebabs.
How do I prevent the kebabs from sticking to the grill?
To prevent sticking, ensure your grill is well heated before you add the kebabs. A pre-heated grill helps to sear the meat quickly, reducing sticking. You can also lightly oil your grill before adding the kebabs.
How long should I cook kebabs on a Blackstone Grill?
The exact cooking time will depend on the type of meat and vegetables you’re using and their size. Generally, kebabs take between 10 to 15 minutes to cook, but it’s always a good idea to use a meat thermometer to ensure your meat is cooked to a safe temperature.
Should I use wooden or metal skewers?
Both work fine, but if you’re using wooden skewers, remember to soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before skewering your ingredients and putting them on the grill. This prevents the skewers from burning.
Can I cook marinated kebabs on a Blackstone Grill?
Yes, marinated kebabs work great on a Blackstone Grill. Just be aware that sugary marinades can burn easily, so you’ll want to keep an eye on them.
How do I clean my Blackstone Grill after cooking kebabs?
A: Let the grill cool slightly, then use a grill scraper to remove any residue. After that, wipe the surface with a damp cloth. If necessary, you can use a little bit of mild dish soap and warm water, but be sure to rinse and dry the grill afterward to prevent rusting thoroughly.