Looking for the perfect gift for dad this Father’s Day? Look no further, these steak kebabs are a gift and a meal wrapped into a neat little kebab sized package. What’s better than spending the day grilling with your favorite guy, whether it’s your dad, your husband, your brother, or a good friend? The combination of sweet and heat makes this meal the ideal treat for any summer evening. So, go ahead, make them for Father’s Day, or any day, because steak on any day automatically means good things are to come.
Bourbon Brown Sugar Chipotle Steak Kebabs
Make the marinade: Whisk all of the marinade ingredients together until fully combined.
In a large bowl, (or Ziploc bag to conserve refrigerator space) place the chopped meat. Pour the marinade over the meat and make sure it is fully coated. You may have to double the marinade depending on the size of your meat pieces and amount.
Place in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, up to overnight. This works perfect as a meal you can prep ahead.
While marinating, make sure to check the meat to make sure it’s coated with the marinade. This is the perfect time to use the paste, if you need to add more.
When you’re ready to prepare dinner: chop your peppers, onions, and pineapple and place into separate bowls to make assembly easier.
Line two large baking sheets with aluminum foil and coat with cooking spray.
Pour on the vegetable oil, chopped oregano and salt and pepper. Mix all until coated.
Prepare the kebabs: on 14 inch skewers you can assemble the assorted chopped vegetables and meat in any order you’d like.
The kebabs were cooked on a 550 degree grill, until desired doneness.
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