Upgrade Your Skewers with the O-Yaki Skewer System

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It’s a hot summer’s day and the grill is being used to cook for everyone.

Rotisserie chickens, vegetable skewers, and meat skewers are all trying to cook at once. Sometimes we find that our skewers and chicken get so lumped together that nothing cooks fully.

It can be hard to cook everything equally and all at once, and unless you cook all your skewers and meats often, we don’t always remember the best cook times, but what if there was a way to easily cook everything all the way around, evenly and with enough space around and in between?

Introducing the O-Yaki Skewer System!

Fitted with 8, 9-inch long metal skewers, the days of fear of wood splinters being in your food are over. These skewers are ideal for both vegetables and meat skewers, and even to rest your next rotisserie chicken between. With enough space to completely cook all the way around, you won’t have to turn your meat halfway through, removing the added stress of time checking while cooking.

The O-Yaki Skewers are perfect for use with both grills and standard ovens with enough space between racks and the lid. This means that anyone can use the O-Yaki Skewers, not just those who have more cooking equipment.

The clean-up after any meal is hard, long, and everyone’s least favorite part about cooking. While yes, your wooden skewers can just be tossed into the bin, these metal ones are not only easy to clean, but if you have a dishwasher, you can simply place the O-Yaki Skewers into your dishwasher and let it run. Making your clean-up easy, letting you put your feet up earlier than usual.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

For your next grill session, there is nothing better than the O-Yaki Skewer System to make your cooking easier and interesting!

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.