Grilled Pork Kabobs with
Peaches & Pineapple
slices
INGREDIENTS:
Pork sliced/cut up about the width of a quarter and
1/2 inch thick  (you can use pork chops, tenderloin)
Thick slices of Pineapple
VERY Large chunks of fresh Peaches
Butter
Lemon Juice
Italian dressing

DIRECTIONS:
If using wooden skewers, soak in water for a good
hour or more so they don't burn on the grill.
Put cut up Pork into large zip lock baggie, covering
with Italian dressing (I like to use Good Seasons
Italian for this recipe)
Put fruit in another baggie and cover with melted
Butter and a generous splash of Lemon juice.
Refrigerate both bags for a good hour or so.
Assemble on skewers. They will be greasy wet,
and that's okay, as you DON'T want it to stick to
the grill grates. Discard the pork marinade.
KEEP
the fruit/butter/lemon juice marinade.
Put onto grill, and after a minute or two, baste with
some of the fruit marinade. Turn over and repeat.
Pork will take a few minutes to cook through,
depending on how thick or thin you cut it up. The
smaller the piece, the faster it will cook. All in all
the cooking time will be about 5 minutes. It's
important to have very thick slices of Pineapple
and LARGE pieces of fresh peaches, as the fruit
will cook faster than the pork if it's too small.
   
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Metal Skewers - for Kabob's on the
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shish kabobs away from grill grates
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