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Grilled Vegetable Kabobs in White Wine and Honey Marinade

Vegetable kabobs 
are the perfect side to accompany 
grilled meat!

These healthy vegetables get a burst of tang to enhance their flavor.  
A marinade of white wine, balsamic vinegar, honey and seasonings provides a sweet/savory coating for the peppers, onions, mushrooms and tomatoes. 


This time, I skewered chunks of zucchini, whole mushrooms, red onion slices, a variety of peppers and plum tomatoes. Use whatever mix you like.  

Cut vegetables thick, or leave small ones whole, so they will stay on the skewer as they grill. 

Be sure to make plenty ~ they vanish quickly!

Vegetable Kabobs in White Wine and Honey Marinade
Printable recipe

 6 (12”) wooden skewers


¼ cup dry white wine
¼ cup honey
3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cracked black pepper


1 zucchini, cut into 1” chunks
6 plum tomatoes, whole
8 ounces whole button mushrooms
12 assorted whole small peppers
1 large red onion, cut in half horizontally, along its equator, to expose its layers.


Soak skewers in water for 1 hour.
In a large bowl, stir marinade ingredients until honey is dissolved.
Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes to an hour.
Preheat grill to medium-high heat. 
Remove vegetables from marinade, discarding marinade.
Thread vegetables onto soaked skewers, alternating colors, and place on hot grill.
Cook until vegetables are tender and lightly charred, about 10 minutes, turning occasionally. 
6 servings



  1. So yum and healthy too! That white wine honey marinade sounds fantastic, Pam.

    1. Thanks, Angie! Have a great week!

  2. Great idea to grill vegetables in sticks...and yes, your marinate sounds fantastic...
    Thanks for the inspiration Pam, and have a wonderful week :)

    1. Thanks, Juliana! Glad you like the veggies! You have a wonderful week also!

  3. What a terrific side dish! While I tend to make roasted veggies in the winter, I forget to utilize the grill in the summer. I could eat these all myself---so yummy!

    1. Thanks, Liz! The same here, these veggies were delicious!

  4. Pam, My wife would like this one...especially with that marinade. I'd like the marinade too...on chicken. I'm just not big on hunks of onion, peppers or mushrooms. I'd have to substitute other veggies on my skewers... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

    1. Hi Dave! This would be great with about any vegetable. The sauce makes them taste great. Have a good week!

  5. This is a great dish and especially since veggies are so readily available now.... I love almost all veggies and I can so see this being so adaptable...

    1. Thanks, Shug! It's adaptable for sure, a great marinade for veggies. Take care

  6. That does sound superb, honey and wine can only make it delicious. Have a good one Diane

    1. Thanks, Diane, glad you like it! Have a good week!

  7. Yum, so colorful and tasty, I would love to grab one!:)

    1. Thanks, Natalia! Wish you could reach in and grab one!

  8. Love these kabobs! Looks so nice ♥

  9. Love grilled veggies! Their flavor gets really concentrated when prepared this way. So nice -- thanks so much.

    1. Thanks, John! The marinade does add great flavor to the veggies. Have a great week!

  10. Hi Pam! Late summer is a prefecture to grill vegetables. Perfect. I enjoy kebabs ( with meat or without) and I love serving kebabs over rice.

    Hope all is well with you.


    1. Thanks, Velva! I definitely could make a meal of them!

  11. You had me at grilled vegetables ....

  12. Love grilled veggies and these sound and look FAB! Love the marinade and will be trying it soon. Thanks for the great recipe!

    1. Thanks, Marguerite! Glad you like the dish! Take care

  13. You are so right...these would be a perfect side for any meal, especially like grilled chicken or seafood!

    1. Thanks, Debra! They would be good with about any meat. Take care


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