Teriyaki Sirloin Kabobs

Teriyaki Kabobs by My Utensil CrockThis teriyaki recipe is delicious – salty and sweet, and so easy to make. I love making my own sauces and marinades because there are no fillers, just a few pure ingredients. Kabobs are simple to prepare and cook quickly, and are, like Shish Taouk – Chicken Kabobs, very versatile. Perfect for every occasion.

Teriyaki Kabobs by My Utensil Crock

Teriyaki Sirloin Kabobs
 
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Ingredients
  • .25 c light brown sugar, measure when packed
  • 3 T soy sauce
  • 2 large garlic cloves, crushed
  • 2 t toasted sesame oil
  • .5 t ground ginger
  • 1 lb top sirloin (or whatever looks good in the meat department), cut in to 1" cubes
Instructions
  1. Soak wooden skewers in water (or prepare metal skewers).
  2. Whisk brown sugar, soy sauce, garlic, sesame oil, and ground ginger together in a bowl. Pour it into a a gallon-sized sealable plastic bag.
  3. Add the sirloin cubes, coat with the marinade, squeeze the excess air out of the bag, and seal. Marinate in the refrigerator for 2 hours, flipping the bag several times as the meat marinates.
  4. Fire up the broiler in your oven (on “high,” if your oven gives you a choice), and place a rack about 4-5″ below. I like to use broiler pans when cooking meat so the fat drips away. Spray the top of the broiler pan with cooking spray.
  5. Thread the meat on to the skewers, 5 per skewer, and place on the broiler pan.
  6. Broil for about 5 minutes, until the meat is no longer pink.
  7. Using tongs, flip the skewers over, brush with the marinade from the bag, and broil for 5 minutes on the other side.
  8. If your pieces are no larger than 1″ x 1″, they should be cooked through at this point, but feel free to carefully remove a chunk with tongs and cut it in half to make sure. I like mine pink but not red in the center - delicious!

If you want extra sauce for dipping, I recommend doubling the recipe for the marinade and reserving half of it before you pour it into the bag. When the meat is broiling, cook the reserved marinade in a small pan or pot over medium heat for a few minutes until the sugar is melted and the color is uniform.

Adapted from: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/teriyaki-beef-kabobs-3/detail.aspx

*New photos added Dec. 2016*

Teriyaki Sirloin Kabobs by My Utensil Crock

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