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Steak & Potato Kebabs Recipe

posted by Julie Evink on May 9, 2016

Steak & Potato Kebabs Recipe ~ Tender, Juicy Marinated Steak and Button Mushrooms with Yukon Gold Potatoes Served on a Kebab and Grilled to Perfection!

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Steak & Potato Kebabs Recipe ~ Tender, Juicy Marinated Steak and Button Mushrooms with Yukon Gold Potatoes Served on a Kebab and Grilled to Perfection!

Whoa where has the time went? Actually I’m thankful that it’s flying by this time because it means SUMMER is here! SWEET! HOORAY! You know what summer means to me? Obviously the answer is going to focus on food because that’s how I roll. Duh! It means it’s grilling season! Yes, I know some of you are blessed to be grilling all year long, but not here in the great state of Minnesota. Not unless I want to gear up in my parka and mittens. Trust me. Mittens while grilling can be a tad bit tricky. Not that I’ve done that or anything….

That’s why I’m bringing you some awesome kebabs today! You guys have went crazy over these Asian Steak Kebabs and Balsamic Steak Skewers so I thought it was time I gave you another delicious option and I came up with Steak & Potato Kebabs because sometimes you need some meat and potatoes in your life!

Wulfs Cattle

Today we are going to break out of the office and go on a little field trip! See that guy up there? He’s my best friend’s Dad! I got to hang out with him the other day. As you all know I live in small town Minnesota and I know everyone. Well, pretty much everyone. Jerry {Guy Pictured Above} lived down the road from me and I grew up in 4-H with his girls.

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Our field trip is going to be to Wulf Cattle today! Wulf Cattle was founded over 60 years ago by the late Leonard Wulf and now has presence in Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Leonard was a pillar of our small community. They specialize in raising breeding stock all the way to harvest. Their breeding stock is used in a variety of ways. They either keep them and raise more cattle at Wulf Cattle or they supply stock to other ranches.

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Back to my 4-H days. Want to hear a story? I showed sheep in 4-H and they are pretty little so I didn’t have to worry about them throwing me around or anything. I had it easy. The bestie I mentioned showed beef cattle and those guys are big! Henceforth why I stuck to sheep. Anyways, she grew up on a beef farm so she showed those big guys. I would “assist” in tie outs at the fair and all that fun stuff but that was as close as I wanted to get.

Until one day at the fair…… I ended up in the round robin showmanship challenge. This means I showed all the animals and I was judged on them. Insert Julie hyperventilating a little. Everything was going just peachy as I showed hogs, sheep, rabbits and then it was time for the cattle. Gulp. I decided I was going to own this. I knew what I was doing. I had it under control…..

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I think someone was out to get me that day because as everyone else led their cattle calmly around the arena and they stood perfectly still mine was feisty. It would dance instead of walk, it would throw its head when it was supposed to stand still. Needless to say I was getting a workout. Of course, to make things worse, the guy I had a huge crush on was watching, laughing and getting entertainment out of this entire fiasco. You see, he was big into showing cattle, so he thought this was great! Luckily for me as I exited the arena he came to my rescue and grabbed the halter from me. That was the first and last time I tried my hand at that. Good thing I held tight and didn’t end up with a loose animal running about the arena like once when I was showing a sheep. My friends that is a whole other story!

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Like I said the other day I was hanging out with Jerry over at Wulf Cattle hoping he wasn’t going to throw a halter my way because we all know how I feel about that! Rest assured he did not. I may have ran the other direction. They were preparing for their huge annual sale which is quite the event, attracting fellow cattlemen from all over the world. I remember this was pretty much a national holiday when I was growing up. Everyone went to the “sale” to check it out.

Wulfs Cattle

During my field trip I ended up getting shoved in a pen of bulls. I may have died a little. Then sucked it up and walked in. Own it Julie. Own it. This being chanted in my head as I shook in my pants. I survived and met a few friends as you can see above! I found it super cool that they have used selective breeding to make their cattle docile since the farm was founded by Leonard. This is also reassuring when you are in a pen with a bunch of bulls I might say!

As we were chatting, roaming around with bulls I learned a lot about Wulf Cattle. One thing I found as Jerry spoke about how the farm is ran, is that it always came back to the fact they want to deliver a healthy, humanely produced, safe and nutritious protein end product to their consumers. Hey, Hey, Hey that’s YOU! They always have you in mind! Well, sorry guys first they have their cattle in mind and that’s reflected in how they treat the cattle. Then it’s YOU!

Let’s start at the beginning! The cattle aren’t always in a feedlot. For the first 10-15 months of their lives they are raised on grass pasture and feed. After that they are moved to feedlots in large pens until they are 18-22 months. In the feedlots they are fed nutritionally balanced diets that are formulated by professional nutritionists. Man, I’m kind of jealous! I could use a professional nutritionist most days! Anyone with me there?

The cattle are fed hay and corn diets which gives them a proper blend of energy, protein and fiber as well as vitamins and minerals in their diets. The result of this diet is that YOU, the consumer, is provided with high quality beef at your local grocery store! See they are looking out for you just like I said! Not only are Limousin cattle docile but they provide a lean, healthy and delicious cut of beef for you. In the feedlots at Wulf Cattle they raise a crossbreed of Limousin/Angus and Limousin/Jersey and this is what you guys purchase at your grocery stores!

Steak & Potato Kebabs Recipe ~ Tender, Juicy Marinated Steak and Button Mushrooms with Yukon Gold Potatoes Served on a Kebab and Grilled to Perfection!

Know what else is awesome? Wulf Cattle believes animal care is essential. They do not tolerate any form of animal mistreatment. Animal care is directly connected to the attitude and knowledge of their managers and employees. They even have a program dedicated to this! It’s called the BE KIND program and has been implemented to ensure proper animal treatment.

Wulf Cattle believes that the traditional method of raising cattle is 100% safe and a great option for consumers. However, they also raise natural, non-hormone and non-antibiotic cattle on their farms. Giving the consumer another option when choosing to add beef to their diet.

Remember my bestie I mentioned above? Her cousin is another one of my best friends. We had this inside joke as we were graduating college and finding our first jobs. We always looked at each other and said “Is it your passion?” I can honestly say that Jerry has found his passion in life. As he spoke to me about the story of how Wulf Cattle has grown to what it is today you could see that passion radiating from his face. As I looked around I found that in the other employees at Wulf Cattle. In fact, my former high school teacher, who now works with Wulf Cattle, was joining us and she was so passionate about telling me all about how the cattle were raised that I think we could have hung out all day!

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Steak & Potato Kebabs Recipe

Preparation 10 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Serves 4 kebabs     adjust servings

Ingredients

  • 1 lb ribeye steak
  • 8 baby bella mushrooms
  • 8 baby yukon gold potatoes

Marinade

  • 1/4 c. soy sauce
  • 1/4 c. ketchup
  • 1/4 c. vegetable oil
  • 2 Tbsp white vinegar
  • 2 Tbsp brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder

Instructions

  1. Cut the steak into 16 equal pieces. Place the steak and mushrooms in a gallon size storage bag.
  2. In a medium sized bowl whisk together the marinade ingredients. Pour over ingredients in bag. Marinate at least 1/2 hour and up to 2 hours.
  3. Clean the potatoes. Place the potatoes in a large saucepan and add enough water to cover by 1 inch. Bring the water to a boil and cook potatoes until just barely fork-tender, about 5-7 minutes. Drain and set aside.
  4. Add a piece of steak, a potato, another piece of steak, and a mushroom to a skewer. Then add another piece of steak, a potato, another piece of steak, and a mushroom again. Repeat with remaining 3 skewers and ingredients.
  5. Heat a grill to medium-high and lightly oil the grate. Add the kebabs and grill about 5-6 minutes on both sides, flipping every 3 minutes.

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 kebab
Amount Per ServingAs Served
Calories 561kcal Calories from fat 331
% Daily Value
Total Fat 37g57%
Saturated Fat 11g55%
Transfat 2g
Cholesterol 77mg26%
Sodium 1079mg45%
Carbohydrate 34g11%
Dietary Fiber 3g12%
Sugars 9g
Protein 26g

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Calories2000
Total FatLess than65g
Sat FatLess than25g
CholesterolLess than300mg
SodiumLess than2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate300g
Dietary Fiber25g

Disclosure: Wulf Cattle has compensated me for my time to create this recipe. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Julie’s Eats & Treats possible. All thoughts are my own.

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    Comments

  • Malinda @ Countryside Cravings


    YES!!!! Meat and potatoes all the way!!!! I grew up a fellow 4-H/FFA-er!!! I showed hogs, cattle and rabbits. I also livestock judged. I hear ya on the round robin, when you get thrown in that situation and have to show a bunch of animals that aren’t your own-it gets really intimidating!! Awesome post, Julie and they have some good lookin cattle! 🙂

  • Danielle | The Creative Bite


    Love the idea of using ribeye for these kebabs for extra juicy meat. YUM! Thanks for the great insight into what a real cattle farm looks like. It’s great to hear that they use humane and healthy practices raising those cows into wholesome and delicious beef we enjoy at the dinner table!

  • Christa Greeley


    Can’t wait to try the recipe! Looks super yummy! Shall we invite you over for supper?!

  • Meaghan Mountford


    This might have to be the first thing we grill this summer.

  • Rachel


    YUM YUM YUM! laughing so hard! And, the dreaded round robin! I still get nervous and sweaty when I think about when they tried to make me hold a chicken. Nope, not happening. Now we have chickens and I still won’t touch them!

  • Jenny


    Love the post Julie! I am still wondering who this mystery fellow is who made you so nervous!

    You are welcome to come tour my “hobby farm” whenever you like! Spotty and Mattea are waiting.

    • Julie Evink


      Thanks Jenny! I’ll have to swing by 🙂

  • Erin


    I need to make these!!

  • Kristen


    My husband grew up in 4H with steers–so he loves his meat and potatoes. He will love this!

    • Julie Evink


      Ahhh 4-H memories 🙂 Enjoy Kristen!

  • Nicole Taggart


    perfect for Memorial Day and Fourth of July parties

  • Megan @ MegUnprocessed


    Kebabs are the best this time of year!

  • Rachael Yerkes


    This is so awesome! Those Kebabs look so tasty!

  • Deb A


    I love these kabobs and enjoyed reading your story!

  • Love Bakes Good Cakes


    My steak and potato guys will love this kebab idea! It looks like you had a fun visit! 🙂

  • marcie


    I’m so happy summer is coming and would the guys in my family love these kebabs! They look perfect for summer meals!

  • Nancy | The Bitter Side of Sweet


    That sounds like the best kind of field trip!

  • Cathy Trochelman


    Such a cool experience, and these kabobs look AMAZING, Julie!

  • Kellie Denzine


    Awesome recipe. I use a different recipe for the marinade. The other one is just way too sweet for me and my family.

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