Grilled Steak Kabobs

Today's recipe is one of my all time, favorite grilling recipes. Grilled Steak Kabobs! Served with Grilled Onions, Grilled Green Peppers, and Grilled Pineapple! This recipe is great for parties or for a family get together, and there will be plenty of food for everyone!

Prep Time:
2 Hours
Cook Time:
30 Min.
Ready In:
2.5 Hours
7-8 People

Here's What You'll Need:

5 lbs. Stew Meat (sold at Sam's Club)
1 Pineapple
2 Green Bell Peppers
2 Onions
4 Cloves Garlic Minced
1.5 Cups Water
2/3 Cup Soy Sauce
1/2 Cup Honey
4 Tbl. Olive Oil
4 Tbl. Lemon Juice
skewers- (Metal skewers recommended)


  1. In A medium sized mixing bowl add minced Garlic, Lemon Juice, Olive Oil, Honey, Soy Sauce, and water. Mix until honey is dissolved.
  2. Add chunks of stew meat into a large zip lock bag. Pour in Marinade. Seal Bag, Store in refrigerator for at least 2 hours.
  3. While meat is marinading, Cut Onions, Green Peppers, and Pineapple into bite sized pieces, and place on skewers. Skewer vegetables separate from pineapple. Set aside. ( Tip: If using wooden skewers soak for 24 hours before use.)
  4. after meat is done marinading, add to separate skewers.
  5. Place Meat, Vegetables, and Pineapple on a preheated grill. Cook on medium High for 25- 30 Minutes cooking all sides evenly. (tip: If vegetables cook faster remove from grill, and set aside. Place them Back on the grill for the last 5-10 minutes.)
  6. Remove From Skewers and let sit for 5 minutes before serving. (caution: Skewers will be hot!)

The Finished Product!

My Personal Review:

These Steak Kabobs were the most amazing kabobs I've ever tasted. The marinade gives them the perfect taste and keeps them extremely juicy. Like I said in the intro, these kabobs are perfect for large gatherings. One thing I would recommend the use of metal skewers. Even if the wooden skewers are soaked for over 24 hours, they still tend to dry up, burn, and eventually break even if you are not done cooking.

My Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 Clean Plates



Next Weeks Recipe:

Mac & Cheese Bacon Cups
Submitted by: Marissa Gee


Melissa said...

Oh yum. I'm always up for a good kabob recipe. Maybe when this stinking weather gets better....

Melissa said...

I'm making these today. I'll let you know how they turn out.

I'll also let you know how I handled not having skewers. (Where was I on THAT one?) I mean, doesn't everyone already have skewers?

Melissa said...

Okay - we just finished these, and they were AMAZING. For sure, the best kabob meat I've ever had.

We also rubbed our pineapple with honey and brown sugar (before grilling) for a super sweet flavor.

We didn't have skewers, so we ended up cutting up an old wire hanger - which worked fine, but cut the heck out of my finger (those suckers were sharp).

We will definitely be purchasing metal skewers in order to make these again.

Thanks for the recipe!

Greg said...

I'm really glad you enjoyed the steak kabobs! That was a great idea putting the honey and brown sugar on the pineapple, ill have to try that next time.

Rob said...

Melissa wasn't kidding when she said it was the best kabob meat we've ever had. It was delicious! And the pineapple... It was like eating at Tucano's without the long wait and without the meat sweats.