Recipe by Sue
"Grilled steak and chicken that doesn't dry out on the grill, but stays moist and flavorful. These kabobs are simple to make, and delicious to eat. Skewered meat with peppers, onions, and mushrooms in a honey teriyaki sauce."
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red bell peppers, cut into 2 inch pieces
sweet onion, peeled and cut into wedges
1 1/2 cups
whole fresh mushrooms
beef sirloin, cut into 1 inch cubes
1 1/2 pounds
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cut into cubes
We made these kabobs for Memorial Day this week. As the recipe was stated, I'm sure it would be great, which is why I'm giving it a 4 star rating. After reading the many reviews, I decided to make a few adjustments that sounded good to me also, like the addition of shrimp, a few different vegies, and pineapple. Had the meat marinating for about 6 hours, the vegies only about 3, but made the terrible mistake of putting the fresh pineapple in with the meat. DO NOT DO THIS. There was some sort of a reaction, and it must have started 'cooking' the meat while it marinated....the meat was terrible, we had to literally throw it out. It was mushy and mealy, changed the texture entirely. The pineapple and vegies, however, were delicious, and gone in a flash. Luckily we had hotdogs and hamburgers to have with them.....Operator error on this one, will definitely try this again, with no pineapple in the bag while marinating!! Do try it!
This was not bad, but I would rather use soy in place of Teriyake sauce.
I've experimented with several kabob recipes, and this turned out to be the very best. The combination of honey and teriyaki sauce worked well. I marinated it for 8 hours, and that was sufficient (you don't need the full 24 hours to get the flavor). One suggestion is to not to place meat and vegetables on the same skewer; although it looks pretty, they have different cooking times.
Great marinade! It's so simple and tastes so good! I cut the recipe in half and used it for a little over a pound of sirloin. I used minced garlic instead of garlic powder and added a little olive oil. I poked the meat with a fork and put it into a ziploc bag and let it marinate overnight. I never marinate meat together with veggies and always grill them separately as they cook at different rates. Overall, very tasty.
I had to make something for a camping trip for 8 people, I marinated the ingredients in a plastic bag the night before we left and speared them at the camp site. They were amazing. I modified it a little bit, and used only onion, pepper, chicken pineapple and spices (and REAL ginger). People were screaming for more.
This recipe was a huge hit at our 4th of July cookout!! The flavor turned out delicious!! Next time I'll marinate the veggies separately and not as long as the meat. My mushrooms soaked up all the marinade and were too squishy to put on skewers.
This is great! I liked it more so on the chicken than the steak, but still a thumbs up. I added a TBSP. of roasted garlic Montreal Chicken seasoning (McCormick) to the chicken & the red pepper Montreal Steak seasoning to the steak marinades, DELICIOUS! Thanks Sue!
Marinating the vegetables along with the steak and/or chicken makes these kabobs delicious. I highly recommend.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 119
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