Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Steak Kabobs, Grilled Potatoes and Grilled Tomatoes

Ahh, the Weber grill. Most people look forward to grilling when it’s a nice day, but honestly, it could be pouring down rain and Justin & I still have grilling on our mind. We love to grill veggies and steak, and why not kabobs here and there. This is yummy meal, sure to give your taste buds a thrill! Meat, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, what more could you ask for?

Steak Kabobs with Veggies

1-2lbs of boneless sirloin steak (or anything on sale, I sometimes buy the kabob cut steak at the market, and cut them in half) – cut in cubes
2 Red, yellow or orange peppers
Garlic Pepper
1 Lrg RED Onion
Kosher Salt
1 tsp Red pepper flakes
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
FRESH garlic, minced

First, let bamboo kabob sticks soak in water for at least 30 mins. If you use stainless, make sure to spray Pam or EVVO on them and let sit.
Now, cut your steak to your preferred cube size. Not too small though, you can always cut it later. Place in mixing bowl and drizzle with EVOO. Then add spices, salt and garlic pepper to your liking, minced garlic (FRESH!!!!!) and 1 tsp of red pepper flakes. If using ground red pepper as a substitute only use about ¼ tsp. Cover and put in refrigerator for up to 4 hours.

Now, cut up your peppers and onions and drizzle a little EVOO, and salt and pepper. You are now ready to construct your kabobs. This part is self-explanatory. I like to mix it up when I make mine!

Grill, turning occasionally, until cooked to desired degree of doneness.

Grilled Fingerling Potatoes

Yummy!! Great side dish to any meal on the grill!! We cook ours in a foil pack and they are amazing.

1 bag of Fingerling Potatoes
Garlic Pepper
Olive Oil

Cut potatoes in half. Drizzle with EVOO and add spices. Make your foil bowl/pack complete with a cover and place on grill for 25-30, depending on doneness. Check occasionally.

Grilled Tomatoes

OH YUMMY! I can’t get enough of these on the grill. I swear I have stabbed justin’s hand a few times with my fork when he goes for the last one.

Pretty simple, buy the tomatoes you prefer, and cut them in half. You will need to coat with EVOO, salt, garlic pepper and place in a foil pack complete with lid.

These take maybe 7-10 mins on the grill, and are amazing. NON DIRECT HEAT, they will burn.

Sometimes we add pineapple or squash in for fun!

ENJOY!! Oh, you know what goes good with this meal? A Corona. Or 3.

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