Kabobs are the perfect way to add flavor to steak during summer barbecue season. Just follow these delicious and easy recipes for steak kabobs prepared in a tasty marinade or served with a yummy dip.See Popular Steak Kabobs Recipes
You could eat this as a main dish or leave out the rice and serve the beef sticks and barbecue sauce as an appetizer for a party.
Brushing on pesto adds major flavor to these tender sirloin skewers. Serve them over pasta for a quick dinner.
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.
If you are looking for a way to mix up your normal presentation of steak we have the recipe for you. These steak and potato kabobs are a great lunch or dinner for your meat and potato lover.
Firecracker-hot but as sweet-as-pie, jalapeno pepper jelly adds zing to these beef and vegetable kabobs.
A perfect kabob for the meat-and-potato lover. The marinade, based on a red wine vinegar and oil salad dressing, is deliciously easy to prepare.
This mixed grill, a skewered assortment of lamb, beef, and chicken, is made zesty with this citrus-infused marinade and smoky grilled veggies.
Satay sauce flavors these low-calorie, low-carb grilled beef kabobs. Also make the kabobs using lamb, pork, or chicken.
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!
Dip grilled steak and tomato pieces in creamy hummus for a summery, low-carb appetizer or light dinner.
A creamy avocado mixture makes a great dipping sauce for the seasoned sirloin kabobs in this main dish recipe.
No other side dish is needed when serving stuffed peppers, which are a filling and colorful accompaniment to beef.
Try your favorite takeout dish on kabobs. The recipe uses an Asian-style sauce to flavor the beef and vegetables.
Steak kebabs get a Southwestern spin with poblano peppers and a creamy sauce spiked with cilantro, chile powder, cumin and vinegar. The potatoes are partially cooked in the microwave before putting them on the grill so they're done at the same time as faster-cooking steak, peppers and onions. Serve with: Green salad and Spanish rice.
Roasted and grilled meats are ubiquitous throughout the Middle East. This marinade, infused with allspice and cinnamon, would be excellent on lamb or chicken as well. Tuck the grilled chunks of meat and onion into warm whole-wheat pitas.