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Old 07-01-2005, 10:44 AM   #1
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Rec...Turkey Kebobs w/ Gingered Mustard Sauce


Makes 4 servings

cup sweet and tangy honey mustard or honey Dijon mustard (such as French's brand)

1 (8 ounce) can pineapple chunks, drained, re serve juice

1 tablespoon brown sugar or to taste

teaspoon ground ginger

1 pound boneless turkey cutlets, cut in 1-inch strips

1 green bell pepper, cut in squares

8 cherry tomatoes

Prepare the sauce: Combine mustard, pine apple juice, sugar and ginger. Reserve ?cup sauce in serving bowl.

Assemble the skewers: Alternately thread turkey, pineapple and vegetables onto skew ers.

Grill the kabobs: Heat the grill until medium hot. Grill or broil kebabs for 15 minutes until turkey is cooked through. Turn and baste of ten with pineapple-mustard sauce.

Presentation: Serve kabobs with reserved sauce. If desired, serve with rice.

Source: Adapted recipe, nutritional informa tion from French's Mustard, via AP.

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Wow, Middie! Those sound so delicious! I especially love the blend of pineapple and ginger - yum!
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That sounds really good, middie--thanks! DH likes kebobs and this is a nice change from the standard.
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you guys are most welcome !
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