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Super Bowl Beef Kabob Taste Test

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These beef kabobs are a must-try! The vegetables and meat combine to make a delicious dish. In the past, I have always grilled kabobs but due to a rainstorm, I opted to bake the kabobs in the oven. Cooking the kabobs in the oven worked just as well as grilling, and the outcome tasted great.

If you opt to bake, I recommend using parchment paper as it makes cleanup a breeze. Whether you want to use these kabobs for a party dish or just a weeknight dinner, they are appetizing and healthy.

Super Bowl Beef Kabob
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Makes 25 Skewers

Preparation Time: 35 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Cost: A full batch would cost $40


*2 pounds sirloin steak, cut in cubes

*1 small red onion, cut in chunks

*2 large red bell-peppers, diced

*2 pounds white mushrooms, cut in half

*1 cup olive oil

*Salt and black pepper, to taste

*Favorite bottled steak sauce, for dipping

*Bamboo wood skewers, soaked for 30 minutes

*BBQ sauce (store bought)


*In a large mixing bowl, place cubed sirloin steak, oil and seasoning. Mix all well until meat

is nicely seasoned.

*Take a skewer in your hand, and alternate by piercing: a piece of steak; mushroom; steak;

onion; bell-pepper. Repeat this process until all product is used.

*Cook the beef kabobs on a hot grill until desired temperature. In the cooking process,

rotate the kabobs to cook all sides evenly.

*When all kabobs are fully cooked, serve with your favorite BBQ sauce.

Recipe and Taste Tester - Alina Gersib


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