Sunday, August 25, 2019

Pork and Apple Kabobs #OurFamilyTable

These delicious kabobs combine all the best flavors of Fall.  Tender pork chunks, sweet chunks of red apple and onion, coated with an apple cinnamon glaze.  You are going to love them!!

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These pork and apple kabobs are quick to put together and cook up in minutes making it perfect for a weeknight meal or for entertaining guests on the weekend.

We have a wonderful Cider Mill about an hour away from us that not only has great cider and donuts but it also has a great walking path along the Clinton River.  It is always a great time.  I had this jar of Apple Cinnamon Jelly that my daughter had given me after a visit to the mill.  I decided to use it in the glaze.  Amaaaaaazing....

You are going to want to start your Fall off right with this great seasonal dish.   They made me yearn for crisp, colorful leaves to canopy me while I hike through the woods.  Yes, it is still in the 90's here in Michigan but a girl can dream......

Pork and Apple Kabobs

Yield: 4 servings
prep time: 15 Mcook time: 20 Mtotal time: 35 M
These delicious kabobs combine all the best flavors of Fall. Tender pork chunks, sweet chunks of red apple and onion, coated with an apple cinnamon glaze. You are going to love them!!


  • 1-2 lbs pork tenderloin, trimmed, silver skin removed
  • 1 lg. red onion, cut into eight chunks
  • 1 lg. apple, cored, peeled and cut into eighths (I used Honeycrisp)
  • 1/2 c. apple jam, I used apple cinnamon, if using plain add 1/4 t. cinnamon to sauce
  • 2 T. apple cider vinegar
  • 2 T. olive oil
  • salt and pepper, to taste


How to cook Pork and Apple Kabobs

  1. Cut the pork into 16 equal size chunks.  Thread onto 4 metal skewers, alternating pork with onion chunks and apple chunks so that each skewer contains 4 pieces of pork, 2 chunks onion and 2 chunks apple.  Season with salt and pepper.
  2. Whisk together the jelly, cinnamon if using, vinegar and olive oil.  Set aside.
  3. Heat grill to medium high heat.  Place the kabobs on the grill, cover and cook about 4 minutes per side, until grill marks appear.  Open the grill  and baste the kabobs with the sauce.  Continue to turn and baste until the pork is cooked through, the vegetables are tender and the glaze is caramelized, about 10 minutes longer.


adapted from a recipe by Martha Stewart
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  1. Oh man that sounds amazing. We finally dusted off the grill yesterday. This just might be the first thing we make.

  2. That apple cinnamon glaze sounds amazing

  3. The apple cinnamon jelly sounds delicious! What a great idea to use it as a glaze for the kabobs!

  4. Sweet and savory. Pork and apples!! You are making me hungry. Thanks for sharing.

    1. You're welcome. It was one of our better meals this month.

  5. Oh my, that apple cinnamon jelly sounds lovely on kebabs. Well, on everything, but especially the kebabs. I love the grilled red onions and apple slices as well.

  6. I love kabobs and this version is so original! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Such a delicious kabob! And that jelly looks totally delicious.

    1. Thanks Sue, I love when I have an ingredient that can pull a dish together.

  8. Thanks so much for linking this to First Monday Favorites. I'm a huge pork fan and would love to try these out.


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