- (2 lbs (cut into 1.25 inch pieces)) Sirloin Steak
- (8 oz (halved; unless small, keep whole)) Button or Cremini Mushrooms
- (3 total - 1 red, 1 yellow, 1 green (cut into 1.25 inch pieces)) Bell Peppers
- (1 large (cut into 1.25 inch chunks)) Red Onion
- (1 Tablespoon, plus more for brushing grill grates) Olive Oil
- (To taste) Salt
- (To taste) Black Pepper - Freshly Ground
- (1/2 teaspoon) Garlic Powder
- (10 - soaked in water for at least 30 minutes) Wooden Skewer Sticks
- (1/4 cup) Marinade - Olive Oil
- (1/4 cup) Marinade - Soy Sauce
- (1.5 Tablespoon) Marinade - Fresh Lemon Juice
- (1.5 Tablespoon) Marinade - Red Wine Vinegar
- (2.5 Tablespoons) Marinade - Worcestershire Sauce
- (1 Tablespoon) Marinade - Honey
- (2 teaspoons) Marinade - Dijon Mustard
- (1 Tablespoon) Marinade - Minced Garlic
- (1 teaspoon) Marinade - Black Pepper, Freshly Ground
Marinate the Sirloin Steak cubes:
- Whisk together the marinade ingredients in a medium bowl.
- Add the sirloin steak cubes to a gallon sized zip-top bag.
- Pour the marinade into the zip-top bag over the steak cubes.
- Seal the zip-top bag (attempt to remove extra air from bag).
- Massage marinade into steak and refrigerate for 3-6 hours. Turn occasionally to ensure all pieces are equally flavored.
Prepare the Kebabs:
- Ensure that your wooden skewer sticks have been soaking in water for at least 30 minutes. This will prevent them from burning when placed on the grill.
- Preheat your grill to medium-high or about 425 degrees.
- Lay vegetables out on a cutting board or platter and lightly drizzle with olive oil. Gently toss to coat. Helpful hint: keep onion slices in groups of 2-3 pieces to avoid burning on the grill.
- Sprinkle vegetables with garlic powder and season with salt and pepper to taste.
- Assemble the kebabs by layering steak and veggies onto each skewer.
- Place prepared kebabs on grill preheated to medium high or 425 degrees.
- Grill kebabs, rotating occasionally, for about 10 minutes or until sirloin steak cubes have an internal temperature of 145 degrees and vegetables are cooked through.
This recipe was adapted from Cooking Classy. The original may be found at https://www.cookingclassy.com/steak-kebabs/