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The Sizzling Beef Kabobs With Vegetables Recipe

Updated on June 21, 2016

Sizzling Beef Kabobs With Vegetables

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Appetizing Beef Kabobs with Fresh Vegetables

An Outdoor Charcoal Grill For Grilling Beef Kabobs With Vegetables

A Highly Appetizing And Wholesome Dinner Idea

A special grilled delight and a magnificent main dish meal idea that the entire family will be certain to abundantly enjoy. It can also be cooked along with multiple different types of healthy side dishes to create a wholesome and appetizing full meal for the whole family. The basic marinating process for the high quality cut of steak of your choice will simply consist of soaking the raw steak in a particular marinade for overnight while covered up in the refrigerator and always only using your own personal choice for the marinade. It will certainly make the chunks of steak plentifully juicy and highly tender for the next day of cooking outside on the charcoal grill. On average, your particular choice of marinade will be certain to make the steak chunks taste even that much more appetizing. Commonly the sizzling beef kabob with fresh vegetables recipe will contain such wonderfully tasting flavors that even all of the small children living in the home will definitely be sure to dart over to ask the parents for there second servings. Basically all of the elementary age children will abundantly enjoy the great fun of creating there own little kabob designs by diligently threading the steak chunks and the various different fresh vegetables up onto the little wooden grill skewers. Often times the beef kabobs with fresh vegetables recipe idea is not only very fun to create different pattern designs, but generally the kabobs are also very appetizing to eat. The beef kabob recipe is commonly well known as a highly versatile type of food, that can be freely created with many different combinations of fresh vegetables, and will always offer many varieties of overwhelmingly tasty flavors.

Cooking Time For The Beef Kabob Recipe

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 10 min
Ready in: 20 min
Yields: Serves Eight People One Beef Kabob With Vegetables

Red Wine Vinegar For The Recipe

The Beef Kabob Recipes Tasty Ingredients

  • One-Third Of A Cup Canola Oil
  • One-Forth Of A Cup Soy Sauce
  • Two Tablespoons Red Wine Vinegar
  • Two Teaspoons Garlic Powder
  • Two Pounds Beef Sirloin Steak, Boneless/ Cut Into One Inch Squares
  • Two Medium Yellow Summer Squash, Cut Into Half Inch Slices
  • One Large White Onion, Cut Into One Inch Chunks
  • One Large Fresh Zucchini, Cut Into One Inch Slices
  • One Large Fresh Green Bell Pepper, Cut Into One Inch Pieces
  • One Large Fresh Sweet Red Pepper, Cut Into One Inch Pieces

Simple Cooking Instructions For The Chef

  1. Use a very sharp scoring knife to lightly score the top surface of the beef to allow for marinades to easily penetrate into the raw meat thoroughly during the marinating process. In a very large resealable plastic bag, simply combine all of the canolia oil, pour in the soy sauce, add in all of the red wine vinager and the garlic powder; then add in the high quality cut of sirloin beef. Simply seal up the plastic bag and turn the plastic bag vigorously to coat the raw steak very well; then simply refrigerate the raw steak in the marinade for overnight.
  2. The next day simply drain and discard of all the marinade. On approximately eight metal or even soaked wooden grill skewers, alternately thread all of the beef pieces and the many different fresh vegetables onto the grill skewers. Create whatever kabob designs, patterns, or combinations you wish. Then simply grill the marinated raw steak, while keeping it well covered up, over medium-hot heat or even broil for about four to six inches from the high heat for approxiamently eight to ten minutes or until the sirloin meat reaches your personal desired level of doneness, while only turning the marinated beef kabobs with fresh vegetables occasionally. After reaching your level of doneness, simply serve the cooked beef with vegetable kabobs, and enjoy.

An All-natural Meat Tenderizer For The Beef Kabobs

Fresh Vegetables To Add And Homemade Beef Marinades

The common term known as ''shish kabobs'' generally will only uses the flavorful meat from the lamb, but the beef kabobs will typically use a particular high quality cut of steak. There are a wide variety of different fresh vegetables available, that can easily be added onto a wooden kabob grill skewer, and the fresh vegetables will greatly compliment the beef kabobs after being fully cooked on the outdoor charcoal grill. An individual can easily add fresh whole mushrooms, sweet pineapple chunks, small cherry tomatoes, chunks of different onion varieties, crispy green bell peppers, starchy potato chunks, crunchy zucchini pieces, sliced red bell peppers, or even chunks of summer squash onto a wooden grill skewer. The many different types of meat marinades and fresh seasonings that are currently available will soak into the raw meat and naturally give the beef kabobs there various tasty flavors. Many people often choose to create there very own style of homemade marinades for marinating the steak chunks in overnight. Some basic ingredients a person will typically need in order to create there very own homemade marinade sauce to marinate the beef kabobs with will commonly include a zesty balsamic vinegar, homemade molasses, salty soy sauce, tangy barbeque sauces, freshly grated orange zest, ground mustard spice, sherry vinegar, freshly grated lemon zest, ground chili peppers, fresh cilantro, fresh rosemary herb, finely minced garlic, organic thyme, crushed red peppers, extra virgin olive oil, freshly grated lime zest, all natural meat tenderizers, raw honey, home-style Italian salad dressings, mild picante sauces, your favorite brand of red wine, zesty lemon pepper spices, savory worcestershire sauces, one-hundred percent lemon juice, freshly cut sweet basil, fresh ground ginger root, your favorite brand of brewed beers, apple cider vinegar, tangy teriyaki sauces, cayenne pepper, your favorite brand of hot sauces, ground black pepper, one-hundred percent lime juice, favorite cajun spices, any particular brand of vegetable oil, red wine vinegar, one-hundred percent orange juice, and maybe even add a dash of kosher salt. In order to prepare a homemade meat marinade sauce, a person must first select there preferred ingredients, in a clean medium sized mixing bowl, add in all of your preferred ingredients, and then wisk all of the ingredients vigorously to blend well. Some people prefer spicy marinades, others like a sweet tasting marinade, and many enjoy a tangy marinade flavor. The beef kabobs with fresh vegetables are normally extremely easy to cook over a basic charcoal grill and will often tend to cook rather swiftly over the outdoor propane grill. A steady basting motion along the beef kabobs, with the homemade marinade during the cooking process, will generally significantly help the beef retain all of the tasty juices on the inside of the steak chunks, and make them even much more appetizing at the dinner table.

The Beef Kabob Recipes Nutritional Information

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: One Beef Kabob
Calories 227
Calories from Fat108
% Daily Value *
Fat 12 g18%
Saturated fat 3 g15%
Carbohydrates 6 g2%
Sugar 0 g
Fiber 2 g8%
Protein 23 g46%
Cholesterol 63 mg21%
Sodium 326 mg14%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

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