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BEEF KEBABS WITH ORIENTAL MARINADE

  Date: July 03, 2009
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This tasty recipe came from Fine Cooking’s Grilling special magazine supplement . The beef kebabs are soaked in a marinade for as little as 30 minutes to as much as 8 hours. The main ingredients in the marinade were brown sugar, cumin and orange zest which gave it an Asian influenced flavor. The brown sugar contributed to a crispy crust for the meat. The only problem I ran into was the rib eye I used had a fat structure that made getting enough cubes of meat out of it. Next time I will definitely make sure to have more meat as these went fast. Thank goodness I had made a TUSCAN CHICKEN SALAD to go with it.
Recipe Source:
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Grilling Magazine-Issue 28

Grilling Magazine Issue 28 (Fine Cooking Magazine):

Beef Kebabs w/ Brown Sugar, Cumin & Orange Zest - Page 38
Grill:
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Kenmore Elite Gas Grill

Direct Grilled:

Using Kenmore Elite Gas Grill
Gear:
  • SR 3/8" Metal Skewers