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Caramelized-Beef Skewers

Caramelized-Beef Skewers recipe
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The beauty of this kabob recipe is the thin strips of meat that soak up the sauce's tangy flavor.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
26 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
1/6/2008
thought it was an easy no fail recipe and it turned out to be delicious. great kid pleaser as well
posted:
11/10/2007
This was very tasty. I even threaded the grilled veggies with the meat.
posted:
11/7/2007
Easy and delicious!
posted:
10/28/2007
Very yummy! I made this over the summer and just forgot to rate it, so I'm doing it now. I remember that it was very delicious and had good flavor. Thanks Kraft.
posted:
9/10/2007
My whole family love it!. I made it for the third time and is a big hit as a dinner and as an appetizer.
posted:
9/4/2007
Easy and delicious. For those that don't like the taste of A-1, to me it tasted more like the BBQ sauce.
posted:
9/1/2007
I made this recipe for family and friends. Everyone raved--including my picky 8-year-old son! I will definitely make this again.
posted:
8/29/2007
My family loved this recipe I actually used venison and the meat was extremely tender and no game taste. Would definetly do this again
posted:
8/29/2007
I used sweet hot honey mustard instead of dijon mustard with worchester sauce instead of a-1 . great taste. We loved it
posted:
8/28/2007
I thought this was very good. I live in the northeastern part of the country and we marinate our beef/lamb/chicken and pork and cook them on the grill on skewers (usually metal ones) we call them "Spiedies". I really never thought of using barbecue sauce and it was very good and a nice change I will make it again.
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