23 September 2008

Chicken & Morcon Kebabs

When it rains in Andalucia it really rains, rarely do you get a persistent shower just a 15 minute downpour. Great for the campo and the garden, not so great for a barbeque...

Eventually the rain subsided and the barbeque was back on, nice and fresh outdoors so why not..!


2 boneless/skinned chicken breasts
2 slices of Morcon (half inch thick)
1 large red pepper
1 large green pepper
2 bulbs of garlic

Chicken and Morcon kebabs are similar to chicken and Spanish Chorizo kebabs but less spicy, simply prep the veg and cut into inch sized squares. Cube the chicken breast and morcon and alternate on the kebab scewer leaving your garlic cloves for the ends of each one.

Simple and easy kebabs which could also be lightly marinated (45 mins) before hand - we used mixed herbs in olive oil.

...and if it rains? Wack em under the grill!


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful rainbow! A beautiful setting for a barbeque and it all looks delicious.

Shionge said...

Greetings :D

What a lovely day to have a BBQ, love tapas, love morcon. Was in Barcelona Year 2004 and knew this is the place to visit again :)

I am glad there is going to be spanish morcon soon here in Singapore.

Orce Serrano Hams said...

Sheffy: The rain didn't half come down mind! I could that pot of gold at the foot of the mountains too...

Shionge: Many thanks for passing by the blog. I agree Barcelona is fabulous! (and very big) I believe Singapore is allowing a range of Iberian products through its gates now - iberian ham too, expensive but well worth it.