Organic Kebobs

Creator: I Am Zuri

Prep Time: 40 minutes (unless you have friends to help you skewer)

Cook Time: 15-20 minutes (depending on flame and ingredients)

Total Time: 1 hour

Serving: 6


Wild halibut or sustainably caught wild white fish- 1 pound medium cubed

Organic cherry tomatoes – 10 large whole

Organic onion – 1 large 2” x 2” sliced

Bell Pepper 2” x 2” sliced

Pineapple 2 cups, 2″x 2” cubed

Mushroom 6-10 large, halved

Shrimp – 1 pound, medium to large, shelled, not tailed

Tofu – 2 cups 2”x2” cubed


¾ cup olive oil

½ tablespoon coarse ground pepper

½ tablespoon herb and spice mix

2 tablespoon of organic syrup

1 tablespoon sriracha sauce

1 tablespoon mustard


Large wooden skewers

Large grilling pan

Basting brush

BBQ Tongues or grilling spatula

Instructions: This dish is extremely easy to make, yet equally easy to boggle.

The two tricks: 1. Cautiously cut every kabobed ingredient so that they cook evenly on the grill and 2. Season and spin your Kabobs while grilling every minute or so to get that savory caramelized glaze with each bite.

The order of operations:  season, cut, skewer, grill then feast!

Season: combine seasoning in medium sized bowl

Cut: halibut, and tofu, combine with shrimp and add seasoning. In separate bowl, cut onion, bell pepper, mushroom and pineapple, add tomatoes

Skewer: Randomly skewer above ingredients so that each skewer gets at least every ingredient.

Grill: preheat grill, medium high. Use a large grilling pan if possible, if not place kabobs diagonal across the grill to prevent fall off. Turn every 1-2 min, brushing with seasoning until fish is finished.

Feast: I tend to pair this with an quick and easy quinoa salad and a seasonal fruit selection. Something spicy, something savory, something sweet, the culinary trifecta.

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  • Christopher Bowers

    Definitely trying this recipe! Never ate Tofu before but this recipe makes me want to try it! The photo of the kabobs looks SO good!

  • Reese

    Classic. Great way to use up kitchen scraps and garden veggies.

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