Say goodbye to uneven kebabs forever.

By Jayla Andrulonis
July 22, 2020
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Your summer plans may look a little different than you anticipated, but the one thing you can count on? The satisfying feeling of getting outside and firing up the grill this weekend. 

With grilling season finally upon us, it's time to think outside the oven when it comes to cooking. One of the tried and true recipes we look forward to throwing on the grill is the simple yet versatile kabob. From veggies-only to steak-, chicken-, and shrimp-packed creations, kebabs are an easy grilling staple — but what if we told you they could be even easier? As it turns out, these grilling baskets allow for just that by giving you all the flavor of kebabs without the mess and hassle of threading skewers. 

The why-didn’t-I-think-of-that baskets are made from steel wire and feature wooden handles, which allow you to simply fill with whatever you’d put on a skewer and close the top so it’s secure. The basket design makes turning the kebabs for an even grill easy. 

It’s clear the ingenious design has become a shopper favorite. With 95 percent of customers saying they would recommend them to a friend, the grilling baskets have racked up an impressive reputation and glowing reviews from customers. “The offset handle makes it easy to achieve even grilling, and prep time on assembling the raw veggies and meats is so much quicker,” one reviewer said.

“I loved the basket concept, but wasn't sure how well-made they'd be for the price. I was delighted when they arrived. So sturdy and should last for years,” another shopper added. “No more dropping off stick skewers or chasing veggies around the grill! Large baskets and great capacity, too.”

Head to Uncommon Goods to get the skewer-free kabob set of four baskets to get the most out of grilling season.

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To buy: $17; uncommongoods.com.

This story originally appeared on MyRecipes.