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Beef Kabobs

Contributed by: Melinda

Every time I see beef stew meat on sale, I buy a couple packages. On summer days when I want to spend time in the garden or have to work all day, I take out a package of stew meat and pop it frozen into a zip lock bag, pour in the marinade ingredients and let it work all day long.

1 pkg beef stew meat (approx. 3/4 - 1 lb.)
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup white or red wine
2 garlic cloves, squashed and peeled
Bamboo skewers
  • Place frozen or thawed beef into a ziplock bag
  • Add Soy, Wine and Garlic
  • Press out the air and seal the bag tightly
  • Press the marinade all over the meat, breaking pieces apart if frozen
  • Leave at room temperature for an hour, then refrigerate, or refrigerate immediately
  • Marinade 8-10 hours if possible
  • Prepare grill to medium hot and remove meat from refrigerator
  • Soak skewers in water for about 30 minutes
  • When coals are ready, make about 3-5 skewers of the beef cubes - don't pack too tightly
  • Place skewers on a rack in a baking dish to allow excess marinade to drip off
  • Place skewers directly over coals and cook turning with tongs every 2-3 minutes to char all sides
  • You can test for doneness by pressing one of the larger cubes with your tongs
  • If they need additional cooking time (not often) move off the coals to the side of the grill and cover for a couple of minutes until done to you liking

    When I make this I usually also toss quartered onions and red bell peppers on the grill next to the meat skewers.

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