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Asian Steak Kebabs

posted by Julie Evink on July 20, 2015

Asian Steak Kebabs ~ Tender, Juicy Steak Bites in a Delicious Asian Marinade! The Perfect Quick & Easy Recipe to Fire Up the Grill With! 

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Asian Steak Kebabs ~ Tender, Juicy Steak Bites in a Delicious Asian Marinade! The Perfect Quick & Easy Recipe to Fire Up the Grill With!

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After 30 years one would think I would learn a few basic things in life. One of those things would be apply sunscreen in the summer when going outside. Especially during peak hours of the day where the sun is at the highest and the likelihood of getting scorched is high. I’m a great Momma. I apply that sun block on my kids like it’s my religion. Why do I get so careless when it comes to taking care of myself sometimes? For example I am sporting some bright red areas on my body right now. Are my kids? Nope not a chance. In my mind I was only going to be sitting in that chair for about 30 minutes and it was already halfway through the summer so I had to have a base tan by now. I’ve been out in the sun at the lake for hours not that I have a great tan but I hadn’t got burnt at all either. Why would today be any different?

Asian Steak Kebabs ~ Tender, Juicy Steak Bites in a Delicious Asian Marinade! The Perfect Quick & Easy Recipe to Fire Up the Grill With!

While I was enjoying the last pages of my book I couldn’t put down while my two kiddos napped inside apparently the sun was enjoying my skin. Burning it to death. Tomorrow is going to be painful that’s all I have to say. My chest looks like a tomato and parts of my legs don’t look so great either. Ugh. Someone slap me upside the head next time I don’t think to lather myself in sunscreen!

In different news. We made a quick trip to the cabin to mow the law on Saturday night and stayed the night to relax the next day. I’m not going to lie I was kind of annoyed that we had to head up there because it was for less than 24 hours not that it’s a far drive, just over a half hour, but I still had to pack everyone up and get us there! I am now wondering why I dreaded it. It was so great and relaxing. I finished two magazines and the last pages of a book I was reading. That never happens! I was so excited to be able to do this. Seriously. Awesome.

Asian Steak Kebabs ~ Tender, Juicy Steak Bites in a Delicious Asian Marinade! The Perfect Quick & Easy Recipe to Fire Up the Grill With!

One of my other favorite things to do while at the cabin is grill. I have finally embraced grilling and I love it! As many of you might have caught on with all the kebabs and foil packets etc. on the here this summer! These Asian Steak Kebabs are amazing. I love steak but for some reason I like it better when it’s bite size. I don’t have to cut it while trying to eat and it seems to be more tender or something. I love, love, love steak kebabs. Another one of my favorites are these quick and easy Balsamic Steak Skewers!

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Asian Steak Kebabs

Yield: 8 servings

Serving Size: 1 kebabs

Asian Steak Kebabs

Ingredients

  • 2 lbs steak, cut into 1 in. cubes
  • 2 Tbsp honey
  • 1/4 c. soy sauce
  • 1/4 tsp ground ginger
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl whisk together all ingredients except steak. Marinate steak in marinade, tossing to coat for at least 2 hours.
  2. Thread steak on eight metal or soaked wood skewers. Using a long-handled tongs rub a paper towel that's been moistened with cooking oil over grill grates to lightly coat them.
  3. Place skewers on grill over medium heat, cover grill and grill until beef reaches desired doneness. Or broil about 4 inches from heat for 6-9 minutes. Turn occasionally while grilling.

Notes

If using wooden skewers soak in water at least 30 minutes to prevent burning while grilling.

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    Comments

  • Jen | Baked by an Introvert


    These kebabs are mouthwatering, Julie! We love grilling out during the summer and can never pass up asian flavors. Pinning!

  • Malinda @ Countryside Cravings


    MMMMM these look great! I never remember to take care of myself either. I think it is just a mom thing- so busy making sure everyone else is happy and healthy and then when it comes to us just a hot shower and a good nap will do! 🙂

  • Tonia from TheGunnySack


    Yay for summer weekends! These kebabs look amazing!

  • Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel


    So sorry about your sunburn! Yikes. I’m sensing some aloe vera in your future. In the meantime, enjoy these kebabs.. they look like they’ll make you feel better!

  • missy


    Please look up online cider vinegar for pain relief with sunburn. It balances the acidity in your skin and helps SO much. I hope you’ll try that and get some relief!
    Blessings, missy
    Ps- can’t wait to make the Asian kabobs. My mouth waters just looking at your photo of them.

  • Thao @ In Good Flavor


    These kababs make such a great meal, so easy and so tasty. I love the Asian flavor. Hope your burn feels better than it looks.

  • tanya


    You are so lucky to have a little getaway so close! As for the sunburn, been there and it sucks. These kabobs are awesome Julie, good eats all year long!

  • Tasha @thatssoyummy


    These steak kabobs look fantastic!!!!! drooling right now 🙂

  • Stephanie @ Plain Chicken


    Drooling! These look amazing! I will be making these very soon!

  • Cheryl


    1/4 WHAT of soy sauce & I think 1/4 cup of ground ginger seems excessive. Can you clarify these measurements please? Thanx. I agree with everyone else…these kebabs look awesome.

  • virginia


    What cut of meat do you recommend?

    • Julie Evink


      I would recommend a sirloin, but honestly sometimes I use whatever I have in the freezer!

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