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We had some great weather to grill out this week. I normally just grill steak or chops or burgers, but this week, I decided to put together some teriyaki beef kabobs. Yummo!
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So, now back to the kabobs. Super easy recipe. I called home to have the hubby set out a big sirloin steak. When it was thawed, I had him cut it into cubes and pour some teriyaki marinade on it.
When I got home I cut up onion, peppers and cleaned some whole button mushrooms. Put them in a bowl and drizzled a couple of tablespoons of olive oil over top. I seasoned with salt and pepper.
I just simply alternated the veggies with the meat. It was a big sirloin so we got a lot of kabobs.
I put them on the grill for about 8-10 minutes over a medium heat and then rolled them over to the other side.
They came off at a medium temperature and then I let them rest for about 5 minutes before eating.
I served them with some prosciutto wrapped asparagus and grilled new potatoes. It was a great dinner that was ready in about 45 minutes! The neighbors were over and gave it 10. They are asking when I am making them again.
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Hunk of Meat Monday: Teriyaki Beef Kabobs
A quick weeknight meal on the grill can be kabobs. These teriyaki beef kabobs are easy to assemble and cook quickly.Print Rate
- 1 pound sirloin steak cubed in inch cubes
- 8-10 whole button mushrooms
- 8-10 mini peppers
- 2 red onions quartered and cut in half
- 1 bottle of teriyaki marinade
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- salt and pepper
- Place cubed steak into marinade for thirty minutes.
- Put all the veggies into a bowl and drizzle with the olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
- Once 30 minutes of marinating has passed, start assembling kabobs alternating meat and veggies.
- Place assembled kabobs on the grill over medium heat. I cooked the kabobs about 8 minutes on two side. This will get you a medium cooked steak.
- Remove from grill and let rest for five minutes before eating.
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Thanks for hosting. Those kabobs look awesome. One of my favorite summer dinners, everyone picks what they want to eat on their own kabobs. I'd like extra mushrooms please!!!
Oh My GOsh! Those look wonderful! Happy 4th my friend!
Your Kabobs look so good. We would really enjoy those. I am sharing my menu for the week, enjoy! Thank you for hosting and Happy 4th!
Heather @ 3 kids and lots of pigs
These look so good.
I always enjoy your recipes and these kabobs look fantastic. I also want to try the make the asparagus.
These look AWESOME! I really need to get more adventurous with veggies on the grill!:)
These kabobs look soooo good! Yum. Thanks for hosting - I linked up my Cheddar Sliders with Cajun Caramelized Onions.
Katie @Pinke Post
I haven't made kabobs yet this summer! Thanks for giving me the idea. I just linked up a day late with chicken drumsticks. Happy Tuesday!
We were just talking about kabobs this weekend. Haven't made them in ages. Yours look fantastic! Thanks for the inspiration!
Kim of Mo'Betta
These look so good! I don't know why I don't ever think to do kabobs. Need to fix that soon! (and I could add zucchini since I have tons!)
I am totally drooling over all these recipes!
April @ The 21st Century Housewife
Great featured posts - yum! And those teriyaki beef kabobs look wonderful - great for a family barbecue! Thank you for sharing them with the Hearth and Soul blog hop.