Blackstone Beef Kabobs is the ultimate grilling recipe. Skewers are loaded with marinated beef and veggies and grilled to perfection.
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Blackstone Beef Kabobs Recipe:
We have made many different recipes on our Blackstone Griddle. But these Beef Kabobs are one of my favorites. I love loading the skewers with marinated beef and colorful veggies for an easy meal idea. It is the ultimate grilling recipe.
Kabobs are perfect for entertaining. Everyone loves the bite size beef and vegetable and the easy marinade gives these kabobs so much flavor. I like to prepare these kabobs ahead of time to toss on the grill when my friends and family arrive.
You are going to love these easy steak kabobs. Add your favorite peppers and onions to the skewers for the perfect weeknight meal.
For the Marinade:
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Soy Sauce
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Olive Oil
- Dried Rosemary
- Minced Garlic
- Dijon Mustard
- Black Pepper
- Onion Powder
For the Kabobs:
- Sirloin Steak (cut into 1 inch pieces)
- Mushrooms (cleaned and cut in half)
- Bell Peppers (any color, cleaned and cut into 1 inch pieces)
- Red Onion (cut into 1 inch pieces)
- Vegetable Oil
How to Cook Beef Kabobs on Blackstone Griddle:
- Step 1 – Combine Marinade Ingredients – In a small bowl, whisk together all ingredients for marinade.
- Step 2 – Cut Steak – Cut steak into pieces and add to a large resealable bag.
- Step 3 – Marinate Steak – Pour marinade over steak, seal bag and place in refrigerator to chill for at least 30 minutes or up to 8 hours.
- Step 4 – Remove steak – Remove steak from bag and discard marinade.
- Step 5 – Thread steak and vegetables – Thread steak and vegetables onto skewers.
- Step 6 – Heat Blackstone – Heat a Blackstone grill over medium high heat (approximately 400 degrees F).
- Step 7 – Add oil to griddle – Spread the vegetable oil onto the Blackstone grill.
- Step 8 – Begin grilling kabobs – Place kabobs onto a hot grill on the oil and cook for 3-5 minutes on the grill with the lid closed.
- Step 9 – Flip Kabobs – Flip the kabobs and cook for 3-4 more minutes with the lid closed until the opposite side of the kabobs are browned and the steak is cooked to your preference.
- Step 10 – Serve and Enjoy – Remove from grill and serve immediately.
- Marinade – We love making our own homemade marinade, but you can definitely use a store bought marinade.
- Spicy Option – You can add in ½ tsp of red pepper flakes with the marinade to give your beef kabobs a little bit of kick.
- Change the Vegetables – Any type of vegetables are great on the kabobs. Make sure they are sliced the same size so they cook evenly. Green peppers and mushrooms are a great suggestion.
- Change the Meat – You can easily use pork or chicken for this recipe. Or use all three on the kabobs. They options are endless when making kabobs.
- Steak – You can use any cut of steak. We have even used beef stew meat as it is already cut into bite size pieces.
- Seasoning – Change the seasoning as to what you have on hand.
Beef Kabobs Recipe Tips:
- Skewers – If using wooden skewers, soak in water at least 30 minutes before using.
- Turning meat – Use tongs when flipping the kabobs or carefully roll them on the griddle when turning them.
- Quality Meat – We like to get our steak at the meat market for good quality meat.
- Marinate Meat – Make sure to marinate the steak for at least 1 hour for the best flavor. We even love to marinate it overnight.
- Room Temperature Meat – We like to set the meat out for at least 30 minutes to ensure it grills evenly.
- Let it Rest – Make sure to let your steak rest when you take it off the grill. It gives time for the juices to really marinate into the steak. If you cut it to early all the juices will just run on your plate.
What to Serve with Beef Kabobs?
There are many sides that are paired perfectly with these beef kabobs. When we cook meats on the Blackstone, I like to cook our sides.
How to Store Leftovers:
Refrigerate the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
How to know when Steak is done:
The best way to test for doneness is by inserting an instant read thermometer into the thickest part of the steak. Do this through the side, not the top of the steak.
- Rare – 120F, cool to warm red center
- Medium Rare – 130F, Warm red center
- Cooked Medium – 140F, Hot pink center
- Medium Well – 150F, Mostly brown center
- Well Done – 160F, full brown in color
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Blackstone Beef Kabobs
FOR THE MARINADE:
FOR THE KABOBS:
- 1 pound Sirloin Steak cut into 1 inch pieces
- 8 ounces Mushrooms cleaned and cut in half
- 3 Bell Peppers any color, cleaned and cut into 1 inch pieces
- 1 Red Onion cut into 1 inch pieces
- 1 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil
- In a small bowl, whisk together all ingredients for marinade.
- Cut steak into pieces and add to a large resealable bag.
- Pour marinade over steak, seal bag and place in refrigerator to chill for at least 30 minutes or up to 8 hours.
- Remove steak from bag and discard marinade.
- Thread steak and vegetables onto skewers.
- Heat a Blackstone grill over medium high heat (approximately 400 degrees F).
- Spread the vegetable oil onto the Blackstone grill. Place kabobs onto a hot grill on the oil and cook for 3-5 minutes on the grill with the lid closed.
- Flip the kabobs and cook for 3-4 more minutes with the lid closed until the opposite side of the kabobs are browned and the steak is cooked to your preference.
- Remove from grill and serve immediately.
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- Blackstone Beef and Broccoli Recipe
- Blackstone Sirloin Steak Recipe
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