Balsamic Salmon Kabobs and Beaujolais Wine

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A simple, irresistibly recipe for balsamic salmon kabobs to throw on the grill and serve with Beaujolais wine for the rest of summer.

Balsamic Salmon Kabobs and Beaujolais Wine

Kabobs or skewers are my very favorite way to grill. There’s something therapeutic about threading veggies and meat onto sticks that I love and eating food off a stick is pretty cool, too. Ha! Even better – break out the wine and you can enjoy a sip after each skewer is complete!

Balsamic Salmon Kabobs and Beaujolais Wine

Because you know, I can’t get enough of this Juliénas red wine. Juliénas is just one of the many Beaujolais wines. These French wines are versatile, fresh and easy to pair with a variety of foods. Seriously, my go-to wines for the summer! The Juliénas, Domaine Chignard, Beauvernay 2014 is deep ruby in color, and features generous notes of strawberry, violet, cinnamon, red currant and peach with hints of vanilla and spice as it ages. It pairs perfectly with Grilled Balsamic Salmon Kabobs and so many other foods too. The combo is crazy delicious and pretty much a match made in heaven.

Balsamic Salmon Kabobs and Beaujolais Wine

Now let’s get out to the grill! Don’t forget the Juliénas!

It’s best to cut the salmon in relatively large chunks because the minute it hits the grill it’s going to cook super quickly. If you cut the fish too small, the veggies won’t have a chance to cook before the fish is overdone. If you have one of those pans that goes over the grill I suggest using that. You can even use foil.

As an added plus, the skewers can be made ahead of time. Plan to cook them at the very last minute…they won’t need longer than a few minutes on each side over a hot grill. The salmon cooks quickly and is so flavorful. Seriously, the best salmon I’ve had in a long time. Long live salmon kabobs!

Balsamic Salmon Kabobs and Beaujolais Wine

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A simple, irresistibly recipe for balsamic salmon kabobs to throw on the grill and serve with Beaujolais wine for the rest of summer.
Recipe Type: Main
Serves: 4 servings
  • 1½ pounds wild king salmon (or other favorite salmon variety)
  • 3 sprigs fresh rosemary minced
  • 3 sprigs fresh thyme minced
  • ½ cup olive oil
  • ¼ cup balsamic vinegar
  • 2 cloves garlic minced
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper
  • 1 red bell pepper large dice
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple cut into 1-inch chunks
  1. Chop salmon into 1½? cubes, removing skin and pin-bones if necessary. In a large bowl, whisk together the olive oil, balsamic vinegar, rosemary, thyme, garlic, salt and pepper. Add the salmon and toss. Then, add the red pepper and pineapple and toss well so everything is covered with the marinade. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and set in the fridge for 45 minutes.
  2. Heat up your grill and rub oil on the grates so the kabobs don’t stick. Or better yet, cook the kabobs over foil or grill pan, on the grill. After salmon, pepper and pineapple have finished marinating, remove from fridge and place on kabob sticks.
  3. Grill kabobs for about five to eight minutes, until salmon is just done. Be careful, it’s easy to overcook the fish. Stay close to the grill to make sure your salmon doesn’t dry out — it doesn’t take long!
  4. Serve kabobs with couscous, quinoa or rice for an easy and delicious summer dinner!


Kim Lee

Kim Lee

Kim is a freelance recipe developer, writer, and the author behind the healthy living blog, Kim’s Cravings. Kim has a passion for sharing nutritious delicious recipes and showing others that eating right can be easy and tasty.

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