Marinated Steak Kebabs {Secret Recipe Club}

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Marinated Steak Kebabs

After wondering if I had been assigned to every single person from group A in the Secret Recipe Club, I got my blog for this month. And it was Chef in Disguise! Aha! Someone whose recipes I always lust over during the SRC reveal. This was a fun month for me.

Sawsan grew up in Jordan and lives in the United Arab Emirates, where she is an orthodontist. She offers recipes with Middle Eastern flair as well as those from around the world. I was in awe of all the different cultures represented in her recipe index.

I love to try new things and am an adventurous eater, so I would love to test out some of Sawsan’s recipes like Cauliflower Makloubeh. I almost made the Baked Kibbeh, but I was afraid my kids would turn up their noses or it wouldn’t taste right.

Here’s a side note for you: when I visited Brazil in 2007, we were in a city with a very large Lebanese population. Most of what we did was among these immigrants, and we ate a lot of food that Sawsan features in her Middle Eastern recipes section! I went to a cooking class with a few of my friends, and kibbeh was one of the dishes we “learned” to make. But the one time I tried to make it at home in the States, I felt like it tasted watery and bland. That was probably in 2007 or 2008, though, so maybe I should give it another try. /side note over

Marinated Steak Kebabs with Peppers and Onions

Anyway, I was craving steak, so when my in-laws were here for Libbie’s birthday last weekend I decided to make Sawsan’s recipe for Yogurt-Marinated Steak. But since I’d also been eyeing her recipe for Honey-Oregano Beef Onion Skewers, I had kebabs on the brain. So I cut my beef into cubes and made kebabs with the marinated meat, bell pepper chunks, and onion. I seared my kebabs on a grill pan, then finished them in the oven. We ate them alongside Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes. And it was all wonderful!

I can imagine using this marinade for chicken or pork as well. It has great all-around flavor.

Marinated Steak Kebabs

Marinated Steak Kebabs

Slightly adapted from Chef in Disguise for the Secret Recipe Club. The recipe calls for fresh rosemary, but I used thyme because I had some on hand. Any earthy, fresh herb would work well here, like parsley or sage.

Ingredients

  • 2 lbs. top round beef
  • 3 T plain yogurt
  • 2 T white or red wine vinegar
  • 1 T Dijon mustard
  • 1 T Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/4 c. olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 tsp. freshly ground pepper
  • 1 T fresh thyme or rosemary, chopped (or 1 tsp. dried)
  • 1 tsp. dried oregano
  • 1/2 tsp. paprika
  • 2 sweet bell peppers, diced into large chunks
  • 1-2 onions, cut into very large dice

Instructions

Cut steak into large cubes. Place in a gallon zipper freezer bag.

In a bowl, whisk together yogurt, vinegar, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, olive oil, salt, pepper, thyme or rosemary, oregano, and paprika. Pour into the bag with beef and squish around to cover beef. Place in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour, as long as overnight.

(You can also freeze this in the marinade for a make-ahead meal. Just defrost completely in the refrigerator before making kebabs.)

On wooden skewers (soaked in water for 30 minutes before using), alternately thread beef, pepper pieces, and onion pieces.

Sear on a lightly oiled grill pan or skillet, then broil in the oven until to your desired doneness. Alternately, cook on a grill until to your liking.

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Real Food Recipe Roundup via Jo-Lynne Shane and Alison Ray

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11 thoughts on “Marinated Steak Kebabs {Secret Recipe Club}

  1. Delicious choice this month! I am stopping by to let you know I was honored to blog from your recipes for November. I had a blast going through your blog recipes and really enjoyed finding this new pork roast. Thank you!

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