Mom's Beef Shish Kabobs Recipe
Beef, bell pepper, mushrooms, and onion are skewered and basted with a soy and lemon marinade to make these tasty summer treats perfect for the grill.
This was really good and I did chicken as well because I have a athlete in the house that doesn't normally eat beef. The chicken was better than the beef and I think I will add my steak seasoning next time, but overall a big hit.
I thought it was so-so. Followed measurements correctly, but I think it was a little too Worcestershire saucey for my taste. My Girlfriend really like it though. I might try it again, minus Worcestershire . Any suggestions for a replacement condiment?
Our first time making kabobs. We marinated the meat (but not the mushrooms) in a vacuum-seal bag for 2 hours and ditched the leftover marinade rather than saving for basting. Turned out great!
Very delicious and simple recipe!!!
Great beef marinade, the lemon adds a nice twist and some nice flavor. I only had an hour to marinate, so I let them sit in fridge for 1/2 hour and on the counter for 1/2 hour. My kabobs turned out great!! Thanks for a great recipe, I’ll be using this marinade for plain steak too.
We thought this was the best shish kebab recipe ever! The marinade was amazing! I really liked the idea of boiling down the marinade to make it stronger and brushing it over everything else on the skewer before barbecuing. It made it moist and flavorful. ??
This is an all-star, save this recipe winner! Your grandkids will love it if my 4 grandsons are any measure! My 2 suggestions or additions: 1) add the salt last and taste test as additions are made, even giving some resting time between additions, as soy sauce brands can have differing sodium content,until you're confident with you're recipe. And 2) try teriyaki sauce for soy. Another omg thats so good version!( again, following #1). I think the basic underpinnings of this recipe have a lot of legs for other changes too, but its really hard to want to mess with a winner!