How to Cook Costco’s Chicken Kabobs with Veggies

Costco is selling Chicken Kabobs with Veggies in the deli case that are fully seasoned and ready to cook on the grill.  The kabobs are made with chicken thigh meat, bell peppers (green and red), onions and a Cuban seasoning.

I bought a package of the chicken kabobs and grilled them for lunch yesterday.  I thought the kabobs were flavorful, juicy and easy to cook.  The only two concerns I have with the meal are the portion size and price but overall it is a meal that I can recommend.

Package of Chicken Kabobs with Veggies from Costco

Cooking Instructions

The label provides cooking instructions for using either a grill or the broiler on your oven.

Broiler Instructions

  • Adjust oven rack so the tops of the kabobs are 6-8 inches from the heating element.
  • Preheat oven to Broil
  • Coat a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray (Pam)
  • Place kabobs on the sheet
  • Broil the kabobs for 15-20 minutes turning after 7 minutes.
  • Cook until an internal temperature of 165F is reached.

Cooking Instructions for the Chicken Kabobs

Grilling Instructions

  • Brush the cooking grate on the grill with oil.
  • Preheat grill to High
  • Grill the kabobs for 12-17 minutes turning every 2-3 minutes.
  • Cook until an internal temperature of 165F is reached.

I cooked the kabobs on my Weber gas grill and found that it took the full 17 minutes for the chicken to fully cook.

Chicken Kabobs on the Grill


The chicken kabobs ended up tasting fine but were nothing to get overly excited about.  I appreciate that Costco used thigh meat for these as the chicken was still juicy even after 17 minutes of high heat grilling.

Everything had a nice little char on the exterior and the bell peppers had cooked enough to become soft and release their sweetness.  The slices of onion were cooked to where they were slightly soft but still had a bit of crispness to them.

The Cuban seasoning was acceptable but a little underwhelming.  I ended up putting some Kinder’s Honey Hot BBQ Sauce on one of the kabobs and it added a nice extra pop of flavor.

Grilled Chicken Kabob with BBQ Sauce

Side Dishes

The kebobs are loaded with both meat and veggies so you can consider them a meal on their own.  However, if you wanted to dress things up a bit then some good side dishes you could pick up at Costco are:


The kebobs are made with the following ingredients:

  • Chicken
  • Bell Peppers
  • Onions
  • Cuban Seasoning (Salt, Garlic, Sugar, Onion, Jalapeno)

The nutritional information for the kebobs has not been posted yet but it ought to be quite reasonable  since all we are dealing with is skinless chicken thighs and a few veggies.

Chicken Kabob Ingredients


These kabobs are Item Number 29563 and can be found in the deli cooler with the other prepared meals.

The kebobs cost $7.99 per pound and come in a package that weighs a little under two pounds so you can expect to pay in the ballpark of $15.

I am not excited to pay $8 per pound for skinless chicken thighs and a few veggies on a stick.  If you buy these then what you are really paying for is the convenience of having someone prepare these for you.

Price of Chicken Thigh Kabobs at Costco

Overall Impressions

Overall I was happy with the chicken kabobs and would consider buying them again.  I will note that the portion size and pricing combination is something that concerns me.

I found that a single kabob was not quite enough to fill me up so I ended up eating half of another one.   This means that if you want to cook for four hungry people that you will probably need to buy two packages.  Two packages will cost you around $30 and that just seems a bit expensive for a dinner, and that doesn’t even include side dishes.


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One thought on “How to Cook Costco’s Chicken Kabobs with Veggies

  1. Thank you for your review. I discovered these kabobs in July 2023 and have to admit that I will buy them again. What was new to me and adding a lot of flavor is the use of Cuban seasoning. The pack comes with 4 kabobs, ~$15. Serves with a salad, or else, 1 is enough. 2 will suffice for a bigger appetite. I cooked them in the oven on broil, turning them every 4 minutes to have each faces up. We didn’t felt necessary to add sauce … but I always have some Sweet baby Ray in case!.

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