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These BBQ Ham Kabobs are a fun untraditional way to serve ham! Pieces of ham steak, pepper, onion, and red potato are marinated in an easy bbq sauce, skewered and then grilled to perfection! Perfect for Easter ham leftovers or any summertime cook out!
Cube up your leftover Easter Ham and throw it on these delicious BBQ Ham Kabobs!
BBQ Ham Kabobs are a super versatile ham recipe that you can use for almost any occasion! These easy kabobs made with Hatfield Ham Steaks are great for Easter entertaining. If you are looking to serve something other than the traditional baked ham and scalloped potatoes, then you will love how easy and tasty these ham kabobs are!
I can’t believe that we are already preparing for Easter. I am Orthodox, so we have not celebrated yet, but I hope you all had a wonderful day! I am definitely feeling the time crunch! I hardly have any spring decor out, desperately need to spring clean, and haven’t even considered an Easter menu! I love eating early on Easter and serving a big brunch instead of a sit down dinner. When cooking for a brunch, I love to mix traditional breakfast and lunch foods, with sweet and savory as well. These BBQ Ham Steak are the perfect main course to round out the menu and work seamlessly into a brunch menu or perfect for the day after Easter to use up leftovers!
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The quality of the Hatfield products is great and I love the convenience of these ham steaks already being fully cooked. Once you throw them on the grill, you are basically just heating all the products up. You can skewer your kabobs the night before, keep in the fridge, and then grill right before guests come! If it is still too cold to grill in your area, you can cook these on an electric skillet or an indoor grill pan. I love that Hatfield is a family owned company that ethically raises their meats in the US. You know you are getting great quality with all of their products!
One of the trick parts of making any sort of kabob is to get everything to cook evenly. The ham steaks are precooked which is great, but you want to make sure you cut all your veggies in similarly sized pieces to ensure even cooking. My trick for including the potatoes is to purchase the convenient steam in bag red potatoes! Throw them in the microwave while you prepare your other ingredients and then add them once they are parboiled.
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These kabobs are delicious on their own and look so colorful and fresh, but the secret here is the addition of bbq sauce! Slather it on the kabobs before and during the cook time and you get caramelized goodness!
BBQ Ham Kabobs
These delicious BBQ Ham Kabobs are an easy dinner or entertaining recipe, perfect for making ahead of time and then cooking on the grill!
- 2 Hatfield Ham Steaks or leftover ham cut into cubes
- 3 bell peppers cut into cubes
- 1 red onion cut into large pieces
- 8 red skinned potatoes parboiled and cut into quarters
- 1 cup sweet bbq sauce use your favorite brand
- salt, pepper to taste
Skewer your ingredients on either metal or wooden skewers. If using wooden, make sure to soak in water beforehand.
Sprinkle skewers with salt and pepper. Brush bbq sauce onto each skewer. Cover and refrigerate until ready to cook.
Heat your grill or skillet to medium high heat. Place skewers on the grill and cook for 10 minutes a side, or until veggies start to soften and ham starts to brown.
Before removing from grill, baste with bbq sauce again.
Serve on the skewers or removed from skewers on a platter.
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