Keep out of the Kitchen with Grilled Beef Kabobs

Keep out of the kitchen with Grilled Beef Kabobs


We’ve all heard the saying, “if you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen”, well that’s exactly what I like to do especially in the summer.  There is also something about grilling food outdoors that makes it taste better.  


how to grill beef kabobs



During the 4th of July holiday, I grilled barbecue chicken which is definitely our favorite meat, however, I wanted the mini men to have a bit more protein, so I purchased two packs of beef cubes.  



beef cubes for kabobs


The beef cubes were marinated overnight, the mushrooms were washed thoroughly after the stems were removed.  The red pepper was washed and diced as was a medium sweet onion.  The cherry tomatoes were rinsed under cold water and the wooden skewers were soaked in cold water in a pan for about 15 minutes.


marinated beef cubes


beef kabobs and veggies



Alternating the meat and veggies on the wooden skewers the kabobs were then placed on the pre-heated grill for approximately 8-10 minutes, turning them once and using a brush to coat the kebobs with some of the remaining marinade.


prepared beef kabobs


grilled kabos

Needless to say, the mini men really enjoyed their meal which was served with roasted potatoes and onions also grilled, a recipe I will share at a later date.


Let’s Chat:  What are your favorite grilled foods?


grilled foods taste better



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8 thoughts on “Keep out of the Kitchen with Grilled Beef Kabobs

  1. I now have metal skewers in place of the wooden ones. I just throw them in the dishwasher. And I always thread my meat onto separate skewers from my vegetables. Recipe looks delish.

  2. NICE!

    I made similar with salmon and basted with a citrus marinade while the kabobs were on the grill.

    Would love to have all those mushrooms in the mix but I gave birth to three hypochondriacs who are convinced they’ll DIE if they eat the ‘fungus!’ ?

    Told you my life was…different. ??

    Enjoy the weekend!

  3. Ooh wee, these look good! I’ve never made kabobs before but you make it seem pretty simple. I’ll have to give it a try. #productreviewparty

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