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Citrusy Oregano and Garlic Pork Kebabs

It’s barbecue season or at least when the weather decides to behave itself and I love kebabs as they are so flexible whether you fancy meat, fish, chicken, veg or even halloumi you can quite easily create a gorgeous tasting dish that is even more mouth-watering with the addition of the smoky flavour from the barbecue.  A gorgeous and simple dish to make is Citrusy Oregano and Garlic Pork Kebabs not only does it taste great but as it cooks it really does get you excited about eating it with its enticing aroma.  This delicious recipe is fast and easy to prepare and as a backup you can always pop it under the grill if the weather decides to misbehave.


Serves 2


2 Cloves of Garlic

2 tsp Olive oil and more for serving

Zest of 1 Lemon

2 tsp Lemon juice

½ tsp Freshly ground sea Salt

1 tsp freshly ground black Pepper

1.5 tsp Oregano

230g Pork loin (cubed)

2 white Onions

1 Red Pepper

2 handfuls of mixed leaf Salad, washed and dried.

2 Pittas


Crush the garlic, grind the salt and pepper, zest the lemon and add this with the lemon juice to the bowl that you will be marinating the pork in.  Then add the olive oil, oregano and pork and mix well.  Leave to stand at room temperature for about 15-30 minutes.

Whilst this is marinating cut the pepper in half and then each half into 3 slices and each of these into 3 again to make bite sizes pieces.  Cut each onion in half then halve again.  With each piece pull the front half of the onion out to separate it so it is not too thick.

Thread the pork, pepper and onion alternating on a skewer.  There should be enough for 4 skewers.  Grill for approx. 8-10 minutes.  It also tastes great on the barbecue.

Heat the Pittas but not too much as you do not want the salad to wilt then put a handful of the salad in each, add the meat and vegetables from 2 skewers t each pitta and drizzle each with a little olive oil.  Serve immediately.

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. These look delicious – I am sure they would go down a treat with the whole family

  2. They look tasty, and easy to make. We love pork here, it’s really reasonable in price.

  3. These sound dellicious without being too complicated – just checked out your recipe. Just my kinda cooking. thanks.

  4. These look so yummy, perfect for summer and kebabs are always such a doddle to make, I love them.x

  5. These look very tasty, always like to try something new on the bbq otherwise its just bangers and burgers. I shall give these a go when the sun finally shines x

  6. OMG; My stomach is making ‘FEED ME’ sounds!. They look great and i look forward to trying to make them myself

  7. Sound lovely, just need a nice summer’s evening to give these a try 🙂

  8. These look really tasty, I must try them x

  9. I love the thought of kebabs but never get round to making them. This recipe is making me think I should go shopping for the ingredients and have kebabs for tea tonight!

  10. Yummy, these look gorgeous. Great recipe. For some reason i would never of thought of using pork as i always go for chicken.

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