Summertime and grilling go hand in hand! And there is nothing more fun then dinner kabob style! So instead of eating steak and veggies straight on the grill put them on a stick for a fun way of eating
My kids enjoy everything on a stick! Put their least favorite fruit or veggie on a stick and somehow they will give it a try! So kabobs happen about once a month at our house. And steak is always a favorite thing to pair with veggies…just ask my husband!
We did a little surf and turf combo when I made kabobs last week. I didn’t what them to taste just like the shrimp and pineapple kabobs but I didn’t want them to be totally different styles of cooking. So I decided to do a little sweet sauce made with coconut milk for the shrimp and pineapple ones. So I paired the steak ones with a little Hawaiian style sauce! They went hand in hand and were delicious!
The Best Hawaiian Steak Kabobs
2 lbs Steak cubes or cut into cubes
optional fruit and veggies:
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/3 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon fresh ginger
4 Tablespoons minced garlic
Take kabob skewers that have been soaked in water (to help the wood not come off into the food) and then arrange the steak and fruits and veggies on them.
In a bowl mix together the marinade and pour over the kabobs. Let marinade in the fridge for atleast an hour.
Then place them directly on the grill to cook. Cook until the steak has reached your desired temperature and the veggies are cooked but still firm.
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