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Throw These On The Grill And WOW Your Neighbors!
When I was a little girl my family would often spend our summer at the campground. I loved it! We would buy a seasonal pass and park our camper out at the state park for the entire three months of summer. I made so many friends each year. Such wonderful memories! Another great memory about camping was the food. My mom would often make us steak and/or chicken kebabs on the grill or over the fire pit. They tasted scrumptious! Juicy meat and fresh veggies on a stick? yes, please!
These steak kebabs are insanely easy to make. The only “fancy” ingredients you need are the skewers. One time, Mom forgot the skewers so she used marshmallow sticks. LOL!
What’s great about this recipe is that you can use the flavorful marinade for lots of other things, too. However, I intend to keep barbecuing for as long as I possibly can this year, before I give up these kebabs!
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Quick Tip: You can also swap out the steak in this recipe for chicken.