Honey-Lime Chicken Skewers

We grill out almost exclusively in the summertime, simply because it’s too darn hot to do much of anything else.

And it’s still only the beginning of June.

If you’re like me, you get tired of the same old meats and veggies thrown over the open flame–and by the time dinner time rolls around, I’m usually too hot and tired to do very much kitchen prep.

Which is why I love quick and simple marinades–you can mix ’em up in less than five minutes early in the day, and all you have to do at dinner time is throw stuff on the grill.  This is hands-down my favorite kind of cooking.

What’s your favorite way to cook in the summertime?

Honey-Lime Chicken Skewers
If you're using bamboo skewers, soak your sticks in water for at least 5 minutes. Cut chicken into large chunks, and skewer. Allow to marinate for at least 1 hour. adapted from Grocery Budget 101
  • 3 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • juice of one lime
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1-2 teaspoon Siracha
  • red pepper flakes, to taste
  • 2 tablespoon cilantro
  • 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breasts
  1. In a small bowl, combine your ingredients, through the cilantro. Mix thoroughly.
  2. Pour marinade over chicken breasts and turn to coat. Cover and allow to marinate for at least 1 hour.
  3. Grill on medium high heat for 6 to 8 minutes per side, until juices run clear.

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  1. THese look delicious and your pics look gorgeous! Last night I took pics of my skewers and quite simply, they were TERRIBLE. Do a photography post! 😉
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  2. these look great! we grill out a lot in the summer, too, for the same reason. it’s hard to get excited about cooking/baking when it’s a zillion degrees outside!
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  3. These look amazing!! I want one right now! We love grilling in the summer for the same reason! 🙂
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  4. Your pictures are rockin’, girlfriend! Well, they always have, but I’m loving these ones! And I love kebabs but am so uninventive with them per usual–I save all my creativity for baking and absolutely ZERO for much else cooking-wise. I want to dress next week’s kebabs up with this because the more spicy and cilantro, the BETTER. Sooooo yummy. Live closer to me!
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  5. I could have used this recipe yesterday:)

  6. This photo is beyond beautiful – looks so good! I am so lucky that my other half loves to grill (and gets great pleasure in me asking him to help with my creations) – this way I get the fun mixing up yummy recipes and he gets the “work” of grilling. This will be next week’s Grilled Chicken Dish I am thinking!!
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  7. Ashley! So nice to “meet” you! Just came across your blog. I feel at home b/c I am a huge fan of purple! And all of the beautiful colors. 🙂 These honey lime chicken skewers look amazing. I am always looking for ways to dress up my chicken! What beautiful photos too. 🙂
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  8. I just love your photo’s!! These look absolutely amazing!!! They remind me of my margarita grilled chicken! I can’t wait to have you make me dinner in July!!
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  9. Honey lime is one of my favorite flavors…I can’t wait to try it on some chicken! Love love love your photos…girl, you are getting good:-)
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  10. Sounds super yummy! Pinning.
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  11. Great recipe! Enjoy the summer! Its freezing in South Africa! Cannot wait to get out and braai!!!

  12. We always look forward to BBQ’s and grill days during summer…It is nice to have something new to try everytime. This will be a blast!
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  13. Looks great. I am the cook in our home, but thank goodness my hubby eats about anything I put in front of him. This recipe should work. A few questions…do you marinade the chicken breats whole and then cut them up for skrewering/grilling and what is Siracha and is there a subsitute for it?? Thanks.

    • Hi Diane–I’ll have to do some tweaking to my post, since my mom pointed out to me this morning that not everyone knows what Sriracha sauce is. 🙂 It’s an Asian chili sauce, and you can usually find it in the Asian/International aisle in your grocery store (even Wal-Mart carries it!). It’s spicy, vinegary, garlicky, and a little sweet and the best thing EVER for adding some heat and a lot of flavor to an otherwise bland dish. I’m not sure of an appropriate substitute, since it’s quite a bit thicker than Tabasco–so readers, any ideas??

  14. This is a perfect summer recipe! I can’t wait to try it!
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  15. What a wonderful recipe! Just in time for summer grilling!
    Thank you for sharing it on RecipeNewZ. It was very popular with our viewers, and as such, was featured on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/RecipeNewZ. Congrats!

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  17. Can you use Tabascco or Tapito

    • Alison, I know I’m late to the party here (just found this recipe via Pinterest), but when a recipe calls for hot sauce, you can always substitute your favorite. Either Tabasco or Tapitio would work, but you might want to kick up the garlic just a tad.

      The sriracha is very unique in flavor, and so it’s probably a major reason this simple recipe works so well. Loaded with garlic and fresh sun ripened chile taste, if you can find it, try it. Sometimes called “Rooster Sauce” because of the ubiquitous label on the plastic squirt bottle, it’s available everywhere these days.

      I’ve added this recipe to my must try file. Thanks Ashley!
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  18. Love the flavors in these, they are gorgeous too! We will be trying them at our house very soon!

  19. Jacquie says:

    Made these today! Mine and the Hubz favorite! Wonder how to top it?

  20. I am in LOVE with this recipe! Literally, my mouth is showing drool at the corners. Great recipe, Thanks for sharing on the Weekend Potluck.
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  21. This chicken recipe looks awesome. Now I am so hungry!! Thanks for sharing. So glad I found your pictured pinned on Pinterest! This is why I love Pinterest. I am repinning to my board. 🙂
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  22. My husband is in LOOOOOOVE with Sriracha, so anything I can find that uses it, is a sure hit! Printing now, thanks for sharing at Weekend Potluck! Come again soon!!!! 🙂
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  23. Made this tonight for father’s day dinner. It was so simple and delicious! The only suggestion I would make to others is to be sure that your cut your chicken in large chunks as chicken on kabobs tends to dry out.

  24. I would like to try this recipe on an indoor grill. Any tips?

  25. Christy says:

    Wow! I found your recipe on Pinterest today and grilled it tonight. My husband said we’re going to make this often…he loved it and so did I. It was one of the best marinades for the grill I’ve tried lately. The chicken was so moist and the marinade had just enough bite to make it interesting. Thanks for such a delicious recipe!

  26. Mirranda says:

    Tried this tonight and it was super easy and so delicious!

  27. Oh my! These look divine! Off to Whole Foods to find some Siracha…. 🙂
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  28. This was fab! Made it last week and was just looking at recipe to see what I need to make it again tomorrow!

  29. Wow…made these tonight for my family. Everyone loved them, especially my 3 year old son. I did omit the red pepper flakes because I had never cooked with sriracha before and I was scared it would be too hot for my kiddos (8 yr. old daughter, too). Definitely working its way into our normal rotation of recipes! YUMMO!!!!

  30. These look positively delightful! I love skewered anything – and if it has lime and cilantro – I’m SO There!
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  31. Your post make me hungry i have to cook and eat chicken thanks for sharing this yummy post

  32. This looks amazing! I will be trying this for our 4th of July BBQ. How many does this serve?

    • Kitchen Meets Girl says:

      Hi Kelly! This recipe uses 1 pound of chicken breasts, which for my husband and myself made two meals. So just adjust the marinade accordingly, depending on how many people you’re serving and how much they typically eat! =) If you don’t want to skewer that much chicken, this works great on whole breasts (or thighs), too. Have a great holiday!

  33. Rebecca says:

    Just Great! Made these for dinner along with some cilantro lime rice- great!

  34. I am in love with this recipe. I marinaded shrimp and chicken and both turned out sooo good!! I added more siracha and a ton of red pepper flakes. I love my food spicy! I paired it with grilled veggies and brown rice. Was thinking I could add it to a salad as well. =)

  35. Stephanie Schroeder says:

    This was amazing! It’s my new go-to recipe for grilled chicken. I left out the red pepper (little kids), cilantro and sarachi sauce but next time I’ll try adding the sarachi. It was fantastic but would’ve been even better with some heat. Oh, and I marinated while chicken thighs instead of skewering them. Even my kids cleaned their plates! Thank you!

  36. Yum! I have this on my menu for this week. Thanks.

  37. I made these for dinner tonight and they were excellent. Really easy to prep and cook and the flavor was awesome. I charred mine a little too much so next time I’ll keep a closer eye on them and probably only cook 5 min. or less on each side. Thanks for the delicious recipe!

  38. I made this recipe tonight and it was amazing. I found it off of pinterest and honestly it’s the most amazing thing ever! But I used chicken thigh which probably made it more tasty!!!

  39. Rebecca says:

    I love recipes like these. Such simple ingredients but an awesome combination. Can’t wait to try ASAP!
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  40. This looks wonderful. I just got a Traeger Grill and am excited to make this.

    Thanks for sharing.

  41. Made the Honey Lime Chicken Skewers for supper tonight. Super easy and really yummy-a little spicy for my picky daughter, but I would definitely make them again!

  42. First time on your page and so tonight I made these and they were wonderful!! I didn’t do skewers just cut each breast into 3 pieces and grilled them in a basket. Thanks!!

  43. Jennifer says:

    Saw this recipe on pinterest and made these last night on the indoor grill pan and they were DELISH!!! Quick and easy marinade that makes for flavorfull, delicious grilled chicken. I swear it tasted like it was grilled outdoors. Loved this recipe…cannot wait to try again with pork chops and fish.

  44. Made these last night but instead of skewers just did chicken breasts on grill pan (in my tiny nyc kitchen) – AMAZING!!! Sooo tasty and easy!

  45. hey ashley

    lovely looking recipe u have posted here.. just a quick question…WHAT IS SIRACHA? help pls…



    • Hi Middy–

      Sriracha is an Asian chili sauce, and you can usually find it in the Asian/International aisle in your grocery store (even Wal-Mart carries it!). It’s spicy, vinegary, garlicky, and a little sweet and the best thing EVER for adding some heat and a lot of flavor to an otherwise bland dish.

  46. These are amazing. I just posted about them on my blog. You should check it out, especially the part where my friend tries to explain what siracha is to me.
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  47. Making these as soon as possible! Not crossing my fingers that they’ll photograph as beautifully, though! 😉 But can’t wait to try them!

  48. Confused, do you use the cilantro in marinade? Directions a bit fuzzy on that. Also, what is Siracha? thanks

  49. Ashley, Thank you so much for this recipe! I just found it on pinterest and made it tonight. I am a huge fan of Sriracha sauce (we call it rooster sauce because of the rooster on the bottle…lol). Wow the favors are awesome and my husband loved it as well. Mine even turned out very close to your picture 🙂

  50. My boyfriend and I have made these on several occasions and everyone always devours them, they love them so much! (as do we!) They are by far, one of the better chicken skewer recipes that we have tried. Beautiful combination of sweet, tangy and just the right amount of heat.
    Thank you for sharing!!

  51. Awesome I can’t wait to try it. It sounds and look delish!!

  52. So what is the rice dish that looks so good?

  53. Hi there. Food on Friday: Lemons and Limes is now open for entries. This looks like a neat one! I do hope you link it in. This is the link . Cheers
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  54. This is a wonderful recipe. My whole family-including the little picky eaters-gobble this dinner up when I make it. Thank you so much for sharing!!

  55. is there anything I can use in place of the soy sauce? I am on a dariy and soy free diet but these look really yummy!

  56. Made this chicken for dinner; served it with salad. This is a great marinade, & I highly recommend it! I reduced the leftover marinade to use as a sauce. Excellent!

  57. These look amazing. Beautiful, and simple. I cannot wait to make them!
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  58. Awesome….. My family loved it. Thanks

  59. Made this tonight and it came out great! My boyfriend is very picky about chicken and he loved this. I this marinade recipe is a keeper. Thanks for sharing!

  60. I’ve just starting looking for recipes with Sriracha and this has become a family favorite!

  61. Can anyone help me with side dish ideas for this. My dad is retiring this week and I told him I would make him dinner to celebrate. I suck in the kitchen so I need very specific instructions. 🙂

  62. Made these tonight with chicken tenders. Too cold to grill so I just broiled them a few minutes on each side–wonderful! I can’t wait to try them on the grill using boneless,, skinless thighs–thighs are meant for a recipe like this.
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  63. I made this last night and just loved it. It was easy, it tasted great, and everyone in the family loved it. This recipe will definitely go into my recipe box as a keeper.

  64. Danielle says:

    Made these tonight and my husband and I both thought they were phenomenal! We left out the red pepper and used the extra juices to baste the kabobs while they were on the grill.. We will definitely be adding this to our ‘make again’ list! Thanks so much for the recipe!

  65. Stacey says:

    Found these on Pinterest about 2 weeks ago. We’ve had them 3 times so far!! My boyfriend and I LOVE them. It’s so good. One of those times, we tried doing it on whole chicken breasts, instead of skewers. It didn’t come out as good. If you try it that way, I’d make a separate bowl of the marinade (one that hasn’t had raw chicken in it), warm it in a small sauce pan, add a little bit of flour to thicken it, and use it as a sauce/glaze/dip.



  66. Meg Fultz says:

    I am the Mom of Five and made three pounds of chicken (tripled the marinade). Each of my kids ate at least two skewers a piece! Excellent! It will always stay in my summer rotation. Thank you!

  67. Nichole says:

    Love! My lemon was gross so I used the juice from an orange and served the chicken over cheesey parmesan quinoa. It was a huge hit. Thanks for the recipe. =)

  68. Felicia says:

    I just made it for dinner. It was a HUGE it with all family members. Thanks so much for a delicious recipe!!!

  69. These were the BEST! We’ve made them at least three times and are having them again tonight. They make a great summer party dish…so easy to whip together and throw on the grill, and everyone loves them, even the kids. Thanks for sharing what has become a new favorite in our house!
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  70. Sally Riche says:

    I made this recipe a couple of months ago and they were such a hit that they are now in the regular rotation. I’m glad I came back to write a comment because I now see there are two other versions of marinade using Siracha. Thank you for the great recipe!

  71. I made these last night and they were a HUGE HIT! My boyfriend didn’t even add his teriyaki sauce that he was positive he was going to need! I paired it with a Cilantro and Lime Cauliflower rice and it was AMAZING! Thank You so much for the idea!

  72. I’m trying to make a list of freezer meals. I’ve made this FRESH and they are FINGER LICKIN’ GOOD! But do you think that the meat would freeze well in the marinade and then you could just assemble on skewers and grill after thawed?

  73. Ashley,

    I am sure you noticed already, but I have seen this picture fully plagiarized on other sites as their own!! Like, using your image and everything. I am sick about it. I left a comment on a post, but realized that she wont post it… Here is the link to yours in case you want to have a “chat” with her. I totally would. some people… 😉 I love these, and I think the photo is fabulous. You are one of my favorite bloggers- I hate seeing my peeps get ripped off!

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    • Ugh, this makes me so mad–this one especially because it’s my most popular post, and the first post I did that really got me a lot of views – so I’m kind of protective of it. Grrrrrrrr. Thanks for letting me know, Meg. And right back atcha on the fave blogger thing…you rock it!

  74. Thank you so, so much for sharing this recipe. I have been eyeballing it on Pinterest for a while and finally got around to making it for dinner tonight. It was amazing! The ONLY thing I will change next time will be to make extra marinade and set aside as a sauce to pour over the chicken before serving,. Really one of the best marinades I have tasted! 🙂 thanks again

  75. I’m making this tonight in the oven – the marinade tastes amazing! Hopefully baking it will work alright, it’s a little chilly for grilling here!

  76. Kelly Steinway says:

    Thank you so much for this recipe. My husband worked away from home for almost two years so I would make him freezer meals that he could easily supplement with. This recipe was BY FAR his favorite and now that he’s home I am making if fresh for him again tonight. Instead of putting the chicken on skewers, I cube it kinda small, and marinate using your ingredients. I then cook it on the stove top and serve with rice (with just a hint of cilantro and lime) and black beans. Such an easy yet flavorful dinner! Thank you again for this gem!

  77. I’m thinking of making these for a Superbowl party, any idea on how much chicken this makes? I’m having about 20-25 people over and I’ll have other food, so it doesn’t need to be an entire meal but do you know any ballpark range?

  78. Nice post. I was checking constantly this blog and I am impressed!
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    Thank you and good luck.

  79. Love the pictures – absolutely delicious looking! HA..my only problem with cooking with skewers is that ALWAYS forget to soak my skewers so, I have went to Stainless Steel Skewers. Can’t wait to try this delicious looking recipe! 🙂

  80. I made these honey-lime chicken skewers tonight. They were amazing, and the marinade was super easy to throw together. I will definitely be making it again!!

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  82. Debbie Lind says:

    I made these on Sunday night. They were so good . Going to put this into the rotation. Yummy!

  83. Can’t wait to try the recipe! How many people does this serve? Trying to make it for a bigger summer cook out!

  84. Jeremiah Fowler says:

    Can you recommend a few side dishes to go with the Honey Lime Chicken Skewers other than rice? I love these!



  85. These were amazing ….I am making them again and doubling the recipe. The chicken is moist and flavorful without being overpowering.

  86. Thank you for the recipe. My family makes this all the time now! yum!!

  87. jennifer kaplanski says:

    hi, ashley…lovely photos 🙂 do you mind sharing what camera you use?

  88. Isla Bravo says:

    Hi, How many does this recipe feed?

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  92. Mindy Hellyer says:

    Made these last night – they were FABULOUS! Thanks so much for adding a new healthy recipe to our family’s favorites! Served them with basmati rice and fresh grilled pineapple. YUM! PS – my husband saw the meal, and was ready to pull out the (high calorie) BBQ sauce, and said these were so good he didn’t need it! Hooray!


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  58. […] dad a meaty meal he’ll remember! From left to right: honey-lime chicken skewers, slow-cooker fall of the bone ribs, and blackened chicken with an avocado cream […]

  59. […] A very special framed picture from JB.  Honey Lime Chicken Skewers.   Thank you Kitchen Meets Girl for providing me with a summer staple!  Well, I think the post that was the most popular […]

  60. […] Honey Lime Chicken Skewers by Kitchen Meets Girl (serve with a side salad) […]

  61. […] Honey Lime Skewers from Kitchen Meets Girl […]

  62. […] Honey Lime Skewers from Kitchen Meets Girl […]

  63. […] Honey Lime Chicken Skewers by Girl Meets Kitchen […]

  64. […] lip smackin’ good food by the way.  Here’s the link for the original recipe: honey-lime chicken skewers  Or you can keep reading and find the printable version below. […]

  65. […] Honey Lime Skewers from Kitchen Meets Girl […]

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