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Grilled Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Yum it’s grilling season!  I love to grill everything…any way and every where! LOL  How about you?  I just learned this little technique of threading Bacon in between meat.  So I thought you all would enjoy this new recipe Grilled Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs!  Grilling is my absolute favorite! I also love to make these Grilled Potato Fries with Garlic Butter…YUM! 

Don’t you just LOVE trying new things on the BBQ? You are going to LOVE this grilling recipe and technique! This is a REALLY easy and deeelish recipe so don’t be intimidated to try it out 🙂

Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

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Grilled Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb. Pork – really any kind…it could be tenderloin, loin chops, roast
  • 1/3 cup Ranch dressing..any brand will do
  • 1/8 – 1/4 tsp chilli powder – You can use more or less
  • 4-6 strips of Bacon
  • Sweet Onion
  • Seasoning Salt – I use this deelish Chicago Steak Company Steak Seasoning

Directions:

Cut up Pork into 1 inch cubes,  put into a bowl and pour your Ranch Dressing in.  Mix up and marinade for 1-3 hours  Also while your meat marinades, be sure and soak your skewers in water if they are wood..this is so that they don’t catch on fire while grilling.

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Now gather up the rest of your ingredients…Onion and Bacon…pat the excess Ranch off of the Pork with paper towels.

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Cut onion so that you have some slices to put at each end of the Skewers.  Now begin to thread onto Skewer!

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

First the onion, then the Bacon…just the end of the Bacon, then a piece of meat.  Then put the Bacon over the meat, then another piece of meat, then Bacon and so on.  The trick is to keep the Bacon hanging down AND to keep all of the ingredients at the end of the Skewer until you have everything on…

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Put another piece of onion on the end.   Then you can spread everything out just enough so that everything cooks evenly..

When you are done it should look like this:

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Now sprinkle with your Seasoning of your choice and put on lightly greased Grill on Medium Heat…

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Now this is an awesome little trick I just learned….put foil under the Skewers so that they don’t get over heated and burn…then you can easily turn them!  They do get hot but not too hot.

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Cook each side for about 3-4 min.  and since there are 4 sides..that equals about 16 min.  Inside meat temp should be 160 degrees if you want to check.  These are deelish!!

 Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

This can be made with any of your favorite meats!

What kind of meat do you like to Grill and what kinds of Seasonings are your Fave?
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Shari Lynne

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Easy and delicious Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs on a skewer. A super fun grilling technique!

Pork Ranch and Bacon Shish Kabobs

Shari Lynne
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 16 mins
Total Time 36 mins
Course Main Dish Pork
Cuisine Grilling

Ingredients
  

  • lb •1 . Pork – really any kind…it could be tenderloin loin chops, roast
  • cup •1/3 Ranch dressing..any brand will do
  • tsp •1/8 – 1/4 chilli powder – You can use more or less
  • •4-6 strips of Bacon
  • •Sweet Onion
  • •Seasoning Salt – I use this deelish Chicago Steak Company Steak Seasoning

Instructions
 

  • Cut up Pork into 1 inch cubes, put into a bowl and pour your Ranch Dressing in. Mix up and marinade for 1-3 hours Also while your meat marinades, be sure and soak your skewers in water if they are wood..this is so that they don’t catch on fire while grilling.
  • Now gather up the rest of your ingredients…Onion and Bacon…pat the excess Ranch off of the Pork with paper towels.
  • Cut onion so that you have some slices to put at each end of the Skewers. Now begin to thread onto Skewer!
  • First the onion, then the Bacon…just the end of the Bacon, then a piece of meat. Then put the Bacon over the meat, then another piece of meat, then Bacon and so on. The trick is to keep the Bacon hanging down AND to keep all of the ingredients at the end of the Skewer until you have everything on…
  • Put another piece of onion on the end. Then you can spread everything out just enough so that everything cooks evenly..
  • Now sprinkle with your Seasoning of your choice and put on lightly greased Grill on Medium Heat…
  • Cook each side for about 3-4 min. and since there are 4 sides..that equals about 16 min. Inside meat temp should be 160 degrees if you want to check. These are deelish!!
  • This can be made with any of your favorite meats!

Notes

This can be made with any kind of meat you wish
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16 Comments

    1. Hi Monica!! Thank you so much! And thank you for the great party link up… You Rock! Blessings to you and your family. 😀

  1. Wow, Shari, this is made of awesome! I really think my family would love this so I am saving it for some summertime fun!

    Thanks so much for linking up to Making Your Home Sing Monday! By the way, the new linky party is live and ready for your posts! 🙂

  2. I don’t know why I never thought to use pork for Shish Kebab. I’m Armenian, so to me, Shish Kebab is lamb, but my brother-in-law won’t go near lamb, so we usually settle for beef tips, which we all love, but the pork would be a great change of pace. I especially like the use of the bacon. When I was reading it, I was afraid it wouldn’t cook well, but it looks like it came out just fine! Love it! 🙂 [#TastyTuesdays]

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