Be ready for spring and summer grilling with this recipe for gluten-free Hawaiian Turkey Kabobs. This flavorful and healthy gluten-free dinner recipe brought to you through my partnership with Honeysuckle White as an ambassador for 2017. They’re an awesome company that works with more than 700 independent family farmers throughout the U.S., and I’m proud to partner with them!
We had a record winter in Idaho this year. So so much snow! Since the snow stopped, it’s been more rainy than usual as well. Unfortunately, that’s meant very little grilling so far this spring. These past couple of weeks, we’ve finally had some sunny days here and there, and we’ve been so anxious to get outside and grill again! After a winter of hearty soups and heavy meals, I love the lighter, fresh meals that we can grill. Plus the clean-up is always a breeze!
I absolutely love kabobs. I don’t remember having them ever when I was growing up, so I think there was just always this appeal. In the past, when we’ve made any kabobs, my husband has remarked that they’re a lot of work and difficult to get everything to cook evenly. Well this recipe won him over! He loved these!
Here are the ingredients for these delicious gluten-free turkey kabobs as well as some photos of the kabobs before they were cooked. I can’t get over how bright and pretty these are!
Notes on ingredients for these turkey skewers:
- Turkey: I used Honeysuckle White turkey breast cutlets. The cutlets were the perfect thickness for kabobs. One package of turkey breast cutlets was about 1.5 pounds which was just the right amount of meat for kabobs for our family of four. Just grab more packages of turkey cutlets if you need to feed more people.
- Bell Peppers: I loved the color variation from choosing a variety of colors of bell peppers. Choose your favorites for this!
- Onions: I used both a red onion and a sweet yellow onion for color and flavor. You can’t see it, but I even did one without onions for me since I can’t have onions, and it was still pretty!
- Pineapple juice: this is key for the amazing Hawaiian flavor! I just picked up a few little cans of it to use.
- Coconut aminos: I love the flavor from using coconut aminos. If you can’t find this locally, use gluten-free soy sauce instead.
I chose turkey cutlets for these because of their thinness. I’ve used a variety of turkey products from Honeysuckle White and they’ve all been great, but this was my first time choosing the cutlets. I thought they would cook at about the same rate as the fresh veggies, and I was right! The turkey cutlets were just the right thickness and the veggies complemented them perfectly. The marinade made the turkey amazingly delicious! The overall result: thumbs up all around!
These were so easy to grill! Just oil the grill so that the kabobs won’t stick. You’ll cook them in a hot grill (400˚) for a total of about 20 minutes, depending on your grill and weather. You just want to make sure you get the turkey cooked to 165˚ to be safe! You’ll be rotating them and basting them with the delicious marinade as they cook. So easy though!
I served these over jasmine rice that I quickly cooked on the stovetop. The reserved marinade was so good drizzled over the cooked kabobs and rice! This is a recipe we’ll be making again and again! My husband enjoyed taking the leftovers to work too! We just removed everything off the skewers and added it to a container with rice and drizzled some of the extra sauce over it. Mmm mmm!
Turkey Kabobs Recipe:
Be sure to plan ahead for the turkey to marinate! As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Be sure to plan ahead for the turkey to marinate!
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
I hope you and your family enjoy these turkey skewers as much as my family does!
This sponsored post was created through my partnership with Honeysuckle White as an ambassador for 2017. For those on the East Coast, be sure to look for their sister brand, Shady Brook Farms. As always, all opinions are my own. Collaborating with brands I love allows me to keep bringing you new and varied recipes! Thanks for your support!