Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Steak Kabobs

I have really been enjoying being able to cook on the grill. This last meal I cooked was completely by myself with no help from Emi and the steak ended up being cooked perfect!!! It still had a bit of red in it and was moist and flavorful. I changed this just a little bit from the orginal recipe. For one thing, I used 2 garlic cloves instead of just the 1 and Emi and I never use hot sauce, so I didn't want to buy any for 1/8 of a tsp. Plus, I was a little afraid that if Emi saw the hot sauce, he wouldn't even try the steak, although I'm sure 1/8 of a teaspoon wouldn't add any heat to it. Instead I added 2 T of teriyaki sauce. It turned out great!!! My vegetables of choice were red onions and green bell peppers.

1/3 cup lemon juice
2 T oil
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp paprika
2 cloves minced garlic
1/2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 T teriyaki sauce
3/4 lb steak- cubed
veggies of choice (like onion, mushrooms, peppers)

Combine first 9 ingredients. Pour 1/4 cup in a large zip loc bag. Cover and refrigerate remaining liquid. Add beef to bag and marinate at least 2 hours. Put meat and veggies of choice on skewers (soak skewers in water for 20 minutes before putting meat and veggies on them so they don't burn). Grill until desired doneness brushing with reserved liquid.

Source: Tried and True Cooking With Heidi


Katy ~ said...

Oh, my Ole Sweetie-Pi would follow me around for days if I ever made him steak kabobs! He would be mad for this. We're not big on hot sauce either, but I do have a bottle that's been in the fridge since forever LOL!

Norah said...

Those look very tasty!! I use to feel the same way about hot sauce but over the last year I have discovered that a tiny bit added to most dishes improves the flavor without any added heat. I regularly add it to homemade spaghetti sauce and no one has ever caught on.

Julie said...

I love kabobs, and these look awesome!

Coleen's Recipes said...

We have been grilling a lot too! Thanks for the recipe, it will be a nice change for us.

Sheila DeChantal said...

This looks awesome. I may have to make these tonight! :)

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