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Bring some classic Moroccan flavors to your summer grilling this year with these simple but delicious lamb kabobs. Marinated in spicy red pepper harissa, these grilled lamb kabobs are perfect for a backyard feast or so easy you could even jazz up a weeknight meal!
This post was sponsored by the American Lamb Board to get you geared up for their #summerlambventures where you could win $2000 for an epic summer memory!
Imagine, adventuring across the Sahara desert by camel in a sandstorm to find yourself in an oasis photographing the stars in the middle of the night. It was a magical memory I won’t soon forget. I got to experience something magical in a far off place and see sights that I never thought possible. The whole trip was an overwhelming experience filled with new cities, friendly people, and more food than I should admit for one girl. It’s these moments that really lend to my creations when I come home and cook.
A few weeks ago, inspired by my global adventures, I created a feast to serve to friends as we camped in the peaceful Shenandoah mountains at a mountain biking festival. In charge of the food, I was able to whip up some meals over the coals that were quick, but filled with the signature flavors I have picked up while traveling. I knew instantly I wanted to bring American Lamb and make these grilled lamb kabobs as a kick butt meal for my friends.
Everything I did was quick and easy for a traveling grill menu, but the flavors of the grilled lamb kabobs really wowed my friends and a few new friends from nearby campsites. One of my meals was inspired by that recent trip to Morocco and I let the simple key flavors dominate in my quick lamb kebobs. Everyone raved about the meal and I was happy to share the experience with my friends here at home. Most of all, it was the company shares, the clanging of glasses toasting, and the memories created that filled us up.
The American Lamb Board is challenging all grill lovers to create some summer bucket list memories and get
out back and grill together. After checking out their Lambventures page, I honed in on Global Griller for myself and really took to creating a fun menu that represented what this means to myself. Head over to check it out for yourself! Discover if you are a Fit Foodie, Global Griller, Outdoor Adventurer, or Patio Party Planner! There is even a great contest to go along with it for those seeking a little summer adventure this year!
So are you a global griller too? Head over to the American Lamb Board and see what sort of Summer Lamb griller you are and just where your grill style fits in!
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- 2 lbs boneless leg of American lamb or lamb roast trimmed and cut into 1” cubes
- ½ cup Harissa in oil or substitute 4 tbs of dry Harissa seasonings and ½ cup olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- 2 fresh summer squash washed and cut into ¼” coins
- 2 fresh Zucchini washed and cut into ¼” coins
- 1 large Onion cut into large 1” wedges
- 1 red pepper stemmed seeded and cut into 1” pieces
- 1 yellow pepper stemmed seeded and cut into 1” pieces
- 1 green pepper stemmed seeded and cut into 1” pieces
- 1 orange pepper stemmed seeded and cut into 1” pieces
- Kabob skewers
- Combine the lamb with the harissa and toss to coat. Season with salt and pepper and allow to
- marinate, covered, in fridge for 4 to 6 hours.
- Preheat your grill and clean your grill grate.
- On a clean work surface, arrange the chopped vegetables, lamb, and skewers. Thread the
- skewers, alternating lamb and veggie combos to fill each skewer.
- Arrange the kabobs over the hot grill and cook until lamb is done and vegetables have a bit of
- char and are tender, rotating as you cook.
- Carefully remove from the grill and arrange on a platter to serve.
- Serve with fresh grilled naan bread, fruits, olives, and couscous salad, if desired.
Hey, I’m Kita, the Meat Maven, outdoor junkie, campfire connoisseur, adventure-seeking and world traveled recipe developer and photographer behind GirlCarnivore.com. My mission is to break down savory eats and inspire you to get a little grit under your nails while having fun with your food. READ MORE