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Hicka-Mucka Bobs (Recipe)

20 May

By Alice Workman

This easy-to-make recipe has only two ingredients, but is a nice blend of spicy and sweet. Make a plateful for your Memorial Day celebration lunch, or stick a few in a baggie in a child’s school lunch for a nice change from the usual tuna sandwich.

HICKA-MUCKA BOBS

(Jicama Kabobs)HickaMuckaBobs (Jicama Kabobs)

  • Jicama
  • Summer sausage
  • Bamboo skewers

Peel jicama, and remove the wrapper from the summer sausage.  Cut both into 1” cubes.  Thread alternately onto skewers.

These are best when served within 24 hours, otherwise the flavors blend too much.

Tips:

  • For safety sake, don’t use skewers for very young children.
  • Cover the tip of each skewer with one last piece of jicama, to avoid having it poke through your lunch bag.
  • If necessary, before adding food, cut the bamboo skewers a little shorter so
    they’ll fit in your baggie/container, or use toothpicks instead.
  • To avoid skewering yourself, place the food cube on the counter and poke the skewer down into it. Then you can pick it up and wiggle it into place.  Don’t try to jam the skewer into food that is being held in your other hand!
  • Make sure the jicama cubes are roughly the same size as, or a little bigger than, the sausage, or the meat flavor will overwhelm the jicama.
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2 Comments

Posted by on May 20, 2012 in lunches, Recipes

 

2 responses to “Hicka-Mucka Bobs (Recipe)

  1. yoogr.com

    February 14, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    just came by to check out this site. It appears really good and
    I liked reading it, thank you for the great writing!

     
    • Aunt Alice

      February 16, 2013 at 1:38 am

      I’m glad you enjoy the site. Thank you for visiting!

       

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