Do you like the term I just coined? Kielbobs. It’s like a kabob, but with kielbasa instead of chicken or beef.  :-)


How to Grill Kielbobs
1. Soak wooden skewers in water for 20-30 minutes.
2. Heat grill.
3. Assemble skewers with desired vegetables and kielbasa. Don’t forget to cut the potatoes into smaller pieces than everything else so they actually cook!

Kielbobs, Kielbasa Kabobs

4. Put skewers on the grill, and brush with olive oil. We put pepper and italian seasoning in our oil.


5. Brush with oil again, lightly, when you rotate them.
6. Cook to perfection :-)

Here is grill master Ryan..

Kielbobs with potatoes, onion, zucchini, red and yellow peppers, and kielbasa!

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  1. I’m so jealous that it’s warm enough for you to grill! It’s still like 30 degrees where I live.

  2. These look perfect! so delicious! :-) You are so lucky being able to prepare this outside already!

  3. Beth, I totally love the name! These look delicious and am pinning! Have a great week!

  4. They look great! I love that the kielbasa is already cooked so it’s done when the veggies are:@)

  5. Yum! This brings back some family memories! Thank you for sharing! I am visiting from Monday Funday…hope you have a wonderful week!

  6. I love kielbalsa and I haven’t had it in a while! These look perfect for me!

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  7. Now all we need in the UK is barbecue weather to cook these and I’m happy :-)

  8. I love kabobs and these look so good! I’m so glad it is warming up so we can grill. Thank you for sharing. I think we will be having kabobs for dinner this week!

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  9. Beth, this looks awesome! I am a true grill girl at heart so this recipe speaks right to me! :) Love it and so going to try it. (p.s. love your made up name.. it fits. :))

  10. This is my favorite part about summertime! :)

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  11. This is my favorite part about summertime!

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  12. YUM! I love Kielbobs! LOL! Great idea and very kid friendly!

  13. This looks really yummy and really easy. I make kabobs a lot, I’ll have to try it with kielbasa next time!!

  14. These sound great! You always have such great recipes!

  15. Love the name! Good tip about the potatoes too. thanks so much for sharing on busy Monday!

  16. My kiddos think any food on a stick is super cool! I need to try this version of “kielbobs” :) Thanks so much for joining us at last week’s All my Bloggy Friends …. We look forward to seeing what you share this week!

  17. Looks so delicious!! Love the new term you coined. :) Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime last week.

  18. Not to be bossy, but I would parboil those potatoes a few minutes to make sure they cooked through. I just read about that tip from another blogger. They will get crisper on the outside and fluffy on the inside. :)

  19. I love this recipe however I do not have a grill in our apartment- is there any way you could give me a modified version to cook these kabobs in the oven…like broiling? I am eager to make these this week :) Thank you so much!

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