Summertime is the time for BBQ so enjoy the season! These easy beef kabobs will give you plenty of time to relax with your guests.
These BBQ Grilled Beef Kabobs are perfect for a summer BBQ, so break out the grill and enjoy them with your friends.
Prepare rice according to package directions. Meanwhile, soak 8, 8-inch wooden skewers in water.
Preheat grill to medium-high heat. Arrange steak and vegetables alternately on wooden skewers. Spray skewers with cooking spray (or brush with oil, if using).
Grill kabobs 6 to 10 minutes for medium doneness (140F), turning and brushing frequently with the barbecue sauce.
Serve kabobs over the rice.
Prepare as directed, substituting 2 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts for the sirloin steak.
To broil kabobs instead of grilling them, assemble kabobs as directed; place on rack of broiler pan. Broil, 5 to 7 inches from heat, 6 to 10 min. for medium doneness (140F), turning and brushing occasionally with the barbecue sauce.
BBQ Grilled Shrimp Kabobs: Omit steak. Substitute pineapple chunks for the mushrooms and zucchini. Arrange 2 lb cleaned large shrimp on skewers alternately with onion wedges, red pepper strips and pineapple chunks. Grill over medium-high heat 5 to 10 min. or until shrimp turn pink, turning and brushing occasionally with the barbecue sauce.
When you are grilling your kabobs, you are going to want to keep your different ingredients (beef, chicken, veggies, seafood etc) on seperate sticks as they will each have differing cook times.
Before you preheat your grill, make sure that you have brushed your cooking grate clean. Preheat the grill for 10-15 before putting the kabobs on.
Before eating your kabobs, let them cool down for a few minutes first.
For another grilled recipe that can be made using Minute® Rice, check out these All-In-One Shrimp Skewers With Grilled Rice. For a grilled salad recipe, take a look at this Grilled Steak and Brown Rice Salad Platter.
If you don’t have any BBQ sauce in the pantry, you can very easily make your own using common kitchen staples. To make a basic BBQ sauce, all you need to do is whisk together ketchup, light brown sugar, white wine vinegar, worcester sauce and paprika.
This BBQ Fried Chicken dish is another great recipe you can serve with your home-made BBQ sauce. For a brisket recipe which also goes great with BBQ sauce, learn how to make this BBQ Brisket Plate. If you are looking for a vegetarian recipe you can enjoy with your BBQ sauce, learn how to make this BBQ Tempeh Ribs Rice Bowl.
Using fresh vegetables in cooking is a great way of giving your food a more natural and vibrant flavor. However, get the best out of your fresh veggies you are going to want to make sure that they are properly stored so that they maintain their flavor.
Luckily most vegetables can simply be stored in a plastic bag or a container in the crisper in your fridge, though mushrooms should be stored in a paper bag instead. Be sure to store your vegetables in a different part of your fridge to your fruit so they don’t ripen too fast.
If you’re in the mood for something with more of a Latin American flavor, check out this Mexican rice in a box recipe.