Whole30 Grilled Sausage Kabob Recipe
It’s time to break out the grill! Spring is here, and this Whole30 grilled sausage kabob recipe is perfect for welcoming in the warmer weather. Additionally, these sausage kabobs are full of flavor and surprisingly easy to make. They take just a few ingredients including a mix of veggies, sausage, olive oil, and spices. The whole family will love these healthy grilled kabobs that are bursting with flavor.
Ingredients for the Whole30 Grilled Sausage Kabob Recipe
This recipe only takes a few ingredients to make including vegetables, sausage, olive oil, and spices. You can substitute whatever vegetables you like! I like using a mix of bell peppers, red onion, and zucchini. Some other ideas include cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, and summer squash.
The sausage I like to use for this recipe is Teton Waters Ranch Classic Bratwurst. They are juicy, full of flavor, and Whole30 approved. I love that they are made with quality ingredients including 100% grass-fed beef. You can find Teton Waters Ranch products in many retail stores. To find a location near you, use the Teton Waters Ranch Store Locator.
Using high-quality olive oil will really make this recipe a hit. My favorite olive oil to use is Primal Kitchen extra virgin olive oil. Above all, it has a great taste that helps enhance both the vegetables and sausage. You can buy Primal Kitchen olive oil online on their website or at Thrive Market. If you order from their website, you can use the code HONESTAVOCADO to get 10 percent off your order!
How to Make the Whole30 Grilled Sausage Kabobs
This recipe is great if you are new to the grill or are working on improving your grilling skills. It is super simple to put together and has tons of flavor.
Chop Up the Ingredients
First, you’ll chop up all of the vegetables into similar-sized pieces. I like to use a large chef’s knife to do this. Cut the bell peppers into 1-1.5 inch pieces by first cutting around the stem, then slice those pieces into smaller one-inch pieces. To cut the zucchini, simply cut them into one-quarter-inch rounds.
After cutting the vegetables, cut the sausages into one-inch pieces. Each sausage makes about six one-inch pieces. Try to make sure the sausages are all about the same size so they will cook evenly. Once all of the ingredients are cut, place them in a large bowl or baggie.
Toss in Oil and Spices, Then Make the Skewers
In the large bowl or baggie, coat the veggies and sausage pieces in olive oil and spices. Toss to coat evenly. After all of the pieces are covered, it is time to make the skewers. To prevent the skewer sticks from burning, you can soak them in water for about 20 minutes before you string the vegetables and sausages on them. String the vegetables and sausages on the skewers using a variety on each skewer. There is no wrong way to do this! Just string them on how you would like.
Time to Grill the Sausage Kabobs
After you are done making the skewers, it is time to get them on the grill. First preheat the grill heat up to medium-high heat, then place the sausage kabobs on the grill. Close the lid and wait 3-4 minutes, then flip and grill for another 3-4 minutes. Remove from the grill and serve.
Whole30 Grilled Sausage Kabobs
- 4 links bratwurst, cut into 1-inch pieces (I used one pack of Teton Waters Ranch bratwurst)
- ½ red onion, cut into 1-inch pieces
- 3 bell peppers, cut into 1-inch pieces (I used green, red, and yellow bell peppers)
- 1 zucchini, cut into ¼-inch slices
- 4 tbsp olive oil
- ½ tsp garlic powder
- 2 tsp dried parsley
- ½ tsp sea salt
- ½ tsp black pepper
- Cut vegetables and sausages. Place in a large bowl or baggie.
- Add olive oil, garlic powder, parsley, sea salt, and black pepper. Toss to coat evenly.
- String vegetables and sausage on skewers. Alternate between different vegetables and sausage to get a good variety on the skewer.
- Heat grill to medium-high heat. Place skewers on the grill and cook for 3-4 minutes. Flip to the other side and cook for another 3-4 minutes.
- Remove from the grill and serve.
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