Beef Shish Kabobs
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Beef shish kabobs cooked over an open flame taste great. So do toasted marshmallows and hot dogs, but nothing says summer like these shish kabob recipes. With the warm weather approaching, now's the time to explore all the creative and delicious recipes you can concoct with just skewers--with beef and and other meats.
A simple herb and garlic spice rub recipe enhances the flavor of this grilled flank steak. Serve the steak, mushroom, and vegetable kabobs with rice for a complete meal.
Bright cherry tomatoes, nutrient-rich zucchini, and a quick marinara sauce are all it takes to transform convenient frozen meatballs into elegant Italian kabobs. Serve this entree with a fresh green salad or a creamy risotto for a complete dinner the whole family will love. Soaking wood or bamboo skewers in cold water for 20-30 minutes before use will help to ensure they do not burn on the grill.
Firecracker-hot but as sweet-as-pie, jalapeno pepper jelly adds zing to these beef and vegetable kabobs.
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Spice up purchased barbecue sauce to quickly make a zesty marinade for your next cookout. Add the marinated beef to skewers with zucchini, sweet peppers, onions, and mushrooms. Delicious!
This mixed grill, a skewered assortment of lamb, beef, and chicken, is made zesty with this citrus-infused marinade and smoky grilled veggies.
Appetizer-size meatballs and tortellini on skewers are an Italian-style appetizers. Serve with pizza sauce for dipping.
Try your favorite takeout dish on kabobs. The recipe uses an Asian-style sauce to flavor the beef and vegetables.
No other side dish is needed when serving stuffed peppers, which are a filling and colorful accompaniment to beef.
Everybody loves grilled sirloin, but this recipe for jalapeno beef kabobs plays with a good idea -- beef on a skewer with red and green peppers -- and makes it better by adding a glaze of jalapeno pepper jelly, lime, and garlic. This Mexican fiesta is a snap to make, clocking in at only 27 minutes. The best thing, though, might be that you can double, triple, or whatever the recipe without really adding a lot more time, from getting the dish prepped to putting it on the table--a quick and easy meal that's health-conscious and perfect for summer evenings around the barbie.