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Amazing. The ingredients all come together , the broth is the wow factor
Cut the leeks wrong to begin with, but still managed to make the grilling work. We all thought it the dressing had a great flavor, and would go with other grilled vegetables. I did turn down the grill temp though -- 400-475 would have burnt them.
My family loved this-- the kabobs were juicy and very flavorful. Here in Chicago, we can get sofrito made fresh, right next to the pico de gallo and guacamole in the refrigerated case-- and I had to choose between red and green (no idea, but I chose red). The only problem I had was keeping the kabob on the skewer-- I was using metal skewers, maybe wood would work better. Next time I plan to just grill these as patties. Also the grilled veg made a tasty salad the next day. This recipe is a keeper!
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