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Kabobs. Marinate the red and yellow peppers, red onions, mushrooms, and zucchini in a zesty garlic and herb sauce while the beef, chicken, shrimp, and bacon wrapped crab marinate in a balsamic vinaigrette for a few hours. Assemble and throw on the grill. My own personal recipe and actual pic of finished kabobs. =)
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STANKINBACon - What to buy - 1. Buy a pack of 5-7 steak sirloins. 2. 1-2 packs of thin bacon. 3. Kabob sticks ~ FUN DIRECTIONS ~LOL 1. Cut up the steak into strips but make sure there Farley thick pieces, little bit smaller than 1/2 inch. 2. Now you can cut the bacon out of the bag, I know you have been wanting to do that ever since you left the grocery store :-D 3. Now as in the picture, simply start rapping the yummy bacon around the sirloin steak. 4. Put the STINKINBACon on the sticks and you
“Afghani restaurants are opening in Ottawa, serving fresh flat bread, basmati rice, and grilled meat kabobs. One of our favourite dishes, served at the Supreme Kabob House behind Ikea on Iris Street is "Manto": steamed wonton-style wrapped dumplings filled with ground beef, served with yogurt, and topped with a tomato ragu of yellow split peas.” - Instagrammer @foodieprints. For more info on culinary hotspots in Ottawa, visit www.ottawatourism.ca
No grill? Broiled kabobs...LOVE THIS! Beef, green/red peppers, red onions, mushrooms, red potatoes. Mix all together with a tbsp (or 2) of olive oil and Montreal Steak Seasoning. Broil about 12-15 mins-turning every 3 mins. Sooo easy and delicious! *I diced the potatoes then put them in a bowl with a little bit of water for 2 mins before putting them on the kabobs.
Our kabobs from our BBQ yesterday. Super simple and I cheated with beef stew meat to make them cook a little faster. Cherry tomatoes, sweet onion, zucchini, yellow squash, stew meat, and corn on the cob. I forgot the pineapple, this will work with any veggies. We brushed with a teriyaki marinade and tossed them on the grill. A few minutes on each side. They were fantastic!!!
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Al Boo Miller (after the grill) Ready to eat. Ok so here is a spin on a back yard favorite.. the "Shish-Ka-Dog. we did 2 differnt flavors this eveing and im still dancing i cant wait to add this to our menu. the first is a gourmet Ka-bob for any taste its an all beef dog , green peppers, onions,tomato skewered and grilled until wilted then add a Mango Chipotle dressing. with or with out the steamed bun its delicious..