Before the start of cooking kabobs in the oven, the skewers must first be soaked in water overnight. This will prevent the sticks from burning or drying out which can affect the taste of the meat and vegetables.
The meat and vegetables are cut into bite-sized pieces for easier eating. Once the food is put together on the skewers, the kabobs should be placed on a baking sheet, 5-6 at a time. The kabobs can be baked, but the best way is to broil kabobs. After cooking, the meat should be at the proper internal temperature that is recommended for doneness. Popular meat used is beef or lamb, but other meats can be used such as chicken and pork.Learn more about Meat