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Sizzling Beef & Vegetable Kabobs

Sizzling Beef & Vegetable Kabobs recipe
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Flavorful Greek dressing provides what one reviewer calls "the winning touch" to these kabobs. The smart touch? Lean beef and fresh seasonal vegetables.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 2 kabobs each
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posted:
6/17/2008
Easy and delicious! My family loved this dish. I use the Italian and different vinigeretts on most of the meat I grill. Always cooks up moist and tender, with a little kick.
posted:
6/17/2008
A Kebob is a kebob. However, this Greek dressing is superb and is the winning touch. We love it and use it on the grill alot.
posted:
6/17/2008
Make sure that you don't cut your pieces too small as the mushrooms can tend to crack when you put them on the skewers, and the meat needs to be large enough to hold on during the cook time.
posted:
6/3/2008
I accidentally bought sliced mushrooms instead of whole and it was a big mistake! They were falling off like crazy making my grill a mess. The recipe was delicious though!
posted:
8/19/2007
I would only give this one, and "ok". The veggies get very over cooked, and mushy and meat was a little dry.
posted:
8/13/2007
I made these kabobs for guests and they raved! The great thing about these kabobs is you can specialize each one for your guests depending on their tastes! They were fabulous!!!
posted:
7/16/2007
This was awesome! Even my kids ate it. My husband was very excited to take the leftovers to work. It smelled like a restaurant outside while it was grilling. GREAT!!
posted:
7/10/2007
I made this using grocery "stew meat", and it was delicious; the marinade makes even less expensive cuts an acceptable option. I want to try it again using pork or chicken, I think it will work well. The prep time is a bit longer than listed, but not so much as to be a problem.
posted:
7/8/2007
This recipe was easy and tasty! I liked using the Greek Vinagrette for the marinade. It was perfect for our summer time dinner.
posted:
7/8/2007
meat was great. veggies a-1. thanx
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