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Can we please discuss the following: How is it already August?! This summer is absolutely flying by, so I'm coping the only way I know how... by throwing everything under the sun on the grill (and eating it all under the sun, too). I think it's fair to say that this calls for a smorgasbord of skewered sirloin. And this recipe for steak kebabs with garlic butter from Dinner at the Zoo is calling my name.
Kebabs are the best dinner trick to have up your sleeve since they look super fancy, festive, and fun, but are so easy to make since they basically only require assembly (and you can outsource that step to willing helpers).
First things first, cut the meat, preferably sirloin, into evenly-sized one-inch cubes. Do the same with a red onion and green bell pepper, but leave your button mushrooms intact. (Okay I lied, prepping your meat and veggies might be the most labor-intensive task in this entire recipe.) Thread all of these ingredients onto skewers and brush with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Grill for 4-5 minutes per side or until the meat is fully cooked through.
In the meantime, prepare the garlic butter (garlic + butter) by melting it in a small pan on medium-low heat, and then adding parsley and seasonings to taste. Once the kebabs are off the grill, brush this verifiable liquid gold all over them and enjoy — preferably during golden hour.
→ Get the Recipe: Steak Kebabs with Garlic Butter from Dinner at the Zoo