If anyone were to ask me, “Bri, what’s your favorite meal?” I would tell them, “steak and potatoes.” Now, that’s the specific answer. If I were to give them a general answer in regards to my favorite food, it’d probably be “beef.” So I’m happy that this month is beef month. Why wouldn’t I be? It’s a party month for my favorite food! So throughout the month I’ll be focusing on some beefy recipes to share with you and today is the first Beefy Recipe!
I found this recipe on Tasty Kitchen and it was tasty! The recipe calls them “beef AND chicken” kabobs, but I just bought extra beef and no chicken. Trust me, I have nothing against chicken, but for the sake of properly celebrating beef month, I felt it was necessary to only use beef for our kabobs this time around.
I marinated the beef the night before. The only thing I changed up for the marinade is that I used A-1 Steak Sauce instead of Worcestershire sauce because I realized I left my W-Sauce at my fiance’s house. Since I had never made this recipe before, I didn’t feel like there was a missing piece to the marinade by swapping Worcestershire for A-1. So, all was right in the world.
Try saying “Worcestershire” three times fast… Was anybody else disappointed by the fact that “Worcestershire” isn’t as difficult to say three times fast as you thought it would be?
So, the marinade was made the night before. Fast forward to the day of. I chopped up the veggies for the kabobs.
Vegetables are just so photogenic, don’t you think?
Once the veggies are chopped, place them in the marinade with the steak for about 10 minutes.
Meat & vegetables joining together in unity. It’s a beautiful thing.
Once 10 minutes…or 15 have passed, it’s time for some kabobin’.
And then these beef kabobs are ready for the grill!
I’m extremely thankful that Phil (my fiance, for any newcomers here) is a talented griller. ‘Cause I don’t got much grillin’ skillz! So basically, our kabobs would not be grilled to perfection if I didn’t have Phil in my life!
Please excuse the paper plate. I cooked this meal at a house of 3 men. We can’t expect them to always have clean dishes, now can we? I think not. Don’t worry though. I ran the dishwasher, so we should have regular plates to eat off of next time! 🙂
Throw the kabobs on some rice, pour on some soy sauce, stir-fry sauce, A-1 steak sauce, BBQ sauce…whatever sauce your heart desires! We had pineapple for fruit and we realized once we sat down to eat, grilled pineapple would have been a good addition to the kabob itself. But we just kept it fresh this time around…maybe next time we’ll grill up some fruit!
And that was that! Easy peasy.