kids kabobs

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  • add   (1 cluster per plate)
  • add   & 6 clusters of 3 white seedless grapes
  • add   (2 per plate)
  • add   12 slices of naval orange
  • add   for plate decor:
  • add   2 T dried chives
  • add   1 envelope ranch dressing dry mix
  • add   for Marinade:
  • add   ziplock plastic bag
  • add   2 T extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • add   12 kabob sticks soaked in water
  • add   6 Chicken Breast Tenders, cut in half

Instructions

  1. Serves 6 children....First, Cut your chicken tenders in half.In a thick plastic ziplock bag, mix 2 TExtra Virgin Olive Oil and the ranch dressing powder, 2 T dried chives and add all of the chicken.Zip the bag and let your child "squish"the chicken back and forth until the chicken is well coated. Then the child should put the bag unopened in the refrigerator for 2 hours or over night.If child wants to re-squeeze bagperiodically to mix marinade further, this is good.....and fun for my 2 year old grand-daughter Bethany (my chiefkitchen assistant chef).Prior to grilling, heat gas grill on lowwhile the ADULT threads the kabobs on the sticks. Then layer the kabobs evenly on a Pam-sprayed Reynoldsgrilling foil sheet on your low-heat gas grill.Cover grill will lid and turn once after 8 minutes....check for donenessperiodically. Time will vary with grill heat. Do not over cook or they will be dry.Prepare plates with 2 slices of orangesand a cluster of 3 white seedless grapes...this is my 2 year old grand-daughter's job (after I have washed and sliced & prepared the fruit in a bowl).I'm a firm believer that kids....any age....should learn to cook.It beats watching the "idiot tube"(TV).Respectfully submitted, Sandy Wilbun