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Oven-baked Cajun sausage, shrimp, and sweet peppers kebab

I absolutely love shrimp, it is easy to cook and very delicious. This recipe can be eaten as a snack, a side to a salad or served at barbecue grilling event.

I hope you love this recipe as much as I do. Don't forget to check me out on Instagram and Facebook Forks_by_bibilamour.


Oven-baked Cajun sausage, shrimp, and sweet peppers kebab recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 teaspoon of canola oil
  • 6 pieces of thawed shrimp
  • Cajun spice (mixture of garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, salt, black pepper, cayenne, oregano, and pepper flakes)
  • 2 Jennie-O turkey franks
  • 2 Sweet mini peppers
Tools
  • Bamboo skewers
Instructions
  1. Set Oven to 365 degrees F
  2. Soak Skewers in water
  3. Marinate Shrimp in cajun spice mixed with canola oil
  4. Dice up each turkey frank into 4 biteable pieces
  5. Dice up sweet peppers
  6. Alternately, thread shrimp, sausage, and pepper on skewer
  7. Bake for maximum of 7 minutes
Enjoy,
Bibi l'amour


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