One of my favorites things to use in the kitchen in a good marinade. A friend of ours introduced me to a good marinade a few months ago. I showcased here once, but I wanted to remind you of it again. It's REALLY good. I had some kabob meat in the freezer and a half a bottle of marinade, so I figured I'd combine the two. I added some onion and green and red peppers and we had a yummy meal. I don't have a grill so I had to use my grill pan on the stove top, but I can only imagine how yummy these would be on a REAL grill. If anyone tries that, would you let me know, please????
Steak and Veggie Kabobs
1/2 bottle Allegro marinade (found in the condiment aisle)
1 pound kabob meat ~ whatever steak type meat you like would work
1 red bell pepper ~ cut in large chunks
1 green bell pepper ~ cut in large chunks
1 onion ~ cut in large chunks
At this point you can add whatever veggies you like: mushrooms, zucchini, etc.
For every pound of meat you use, use HALF bottle of marinade.
Chunk the meat and place it in a zip-top baggie. Add marinade and allow to marinate for several hours.
Alternate veggies and meat until all skewers are filled to desired fullness. I used 6 skewers.
Place your grill pan over medium heat. Add some olive oil to the pan and cook kabobs for about 7 minutes on each side.