Who doesn't love Kabobs? Quick, easy, and hand held meat on a stick! Try these Pineapple Beef Kabobs and pretend you're in a tropical paradise!
I don't know about you - but I am quitting this winter. I am quitting it so hard, that even as you read this, I am sipping a fruity cocktail on a beach somewhere. A warm beach, with palm trees, coconuts, and pool boys. Who needs a pool boy at the beach? Who cares! There will be pool boys (and if they want a good tip, they will be feeding me a steady stream of coconut rum).
Bring on heatwaves, bring on sunscreen, and insufferably humid days. Bring on spring gardens, bad tan lines, and s'mores. Bring on massive piles of ice cream. Bring on running, racing, and mountain biking (because we all know that's what I'm really waiting for). I love comfort food - but as I look out at my snow covered car (yet again), I am ready to swear off mac and cheese for 8 months just to enjoy a slice of watermelon and bust out the grill!
Bring on grilling season!
Still trapped under snow? Well, I'm bringing grill season to you! The awesome people at Le Creuset and Fire Wire Grilling have sent over some the best tools to help shovel out of this snowpocalypse and start dreaming of summer days! With fun Fire Wire flexible skewers marinating and grilling on any size surface is a breeze. With this heavy duty Le Creuset grill pan you don't need to wait until it's warm enough to light the charcoal. Let's bring the grill season indoors and bring summer to us!
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Really, who doesn't love Kabobs? Quick, easy, and hand held meat on a stick! Try these out if you're feeling adventurous.
Grilled Venison Kabobs with Romaine
For the dipping sauce
- 3 cups fresh parsley
- 2 cloves garlic - peeled
- 2 tablespoon red wine vinegar
- 1 teaspoon crushed chili flakes
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- salt and pepper
- ½ cup olive oil
For the Kabobs
- 1 ½ pounds beef fillet - trimmed if needed and cut into 1" cubes
- 1 pineapple - cut into 1" pieces
- 1 lbs baby bella mushrooms - rinsed and stems removed
Make the dipping sauce:
- Add the parsley, garlic, vinegar, chili flakes, sugar, 1 ½ teaspoons salt, and ½ teaspoon pepper to the bowl of your food processor and pulse until smooth.
- Using the feed tube, with the machine running, drizzle in the olive oil. Scrape down the sides and pulse once or twice more just to get any last bits.
- Store in an airtight container in the fridge until ready to use.
Make the Kabobs
- Meanwhile, pat the beef dry with a paper towel and season with salt and pepper.
- Preheat your grill pan to medium high heat.
- Place the pineapple, mushrooms, and beef on grilling skewers, alternating ingredients for fun colorful skewers.
- Spray the grill pan with non stick cooking spray and grill 2 to 3 minutes per side until cooked to desired temp for the beef.
- Serve the kabobs with the parsley sauce on the side for dipping. (I served some naan with this and it make a perfect weeknight meal)
Nutritional informations provided as a courtesy and is only an approximatation. Values will changes based on ingredients used.
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some sort of dessert kabob, i must admit. 🙂
jenna k says
I would love to try these pineapple beef kabobs!
I would make the venison kabobs you had posted on this site. We love them at our house.
Christiane ~ Taking On Magazines says
Armenian lamb shish kabobs. I'm already drooling for them (and the pan and skewers).
I love grilled pineapple but never thought to incorporate it into kabobs. This recipe looks great!
steak, peppers, and onions
Karen Ostrom says
I would make kabobs with grilled pineapple, marinated shrimp, steak, with cherry tomatoes, and I'd have a Gorgonzola butter to top it off
chicken, peppers, and onions
Linda K. says
Something with lots of mushrooms and onions. 🙂
Pork kabaobs. I cannot resist grilled pork.
Justin S. says
Good ol' lamb kabobs with some tzatziki sauce. Oh, yeah...
Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie says
Yay indoor grilling! I have always lived in an apartment and have not had the ability to have an outdoor grill (although I guess since I am living with my parents at the moment I could go outside to use theirs, but it's too cold even in TN). The first kabob I would make would be this rosemary chicken kabob that I haven't made in a long time. Served with lemon-yogurt sauce and rice!
Kari M says
Chicken kabobs with Italian marinated veggies. Yum!
nicole @ I am a Honey Bee says
They kabobs look amazing. I love kabobs in the summer!
And those are the coolest skewers
nicole @ I am a Honey Bee says
I would do a kabob with shrimp, tomatoes, onions, and peppers with a garlicky marinade
lamb and veggies!
We have never made kabobs before, but the possibilities are endless. I think I would do a surf and turf kabob with some strip steak and shrimp with a few veggies thrown in.
The first kabob I would make is a recipe from Food Network that I have used a bunch. It is like a teriyaki sauce with a bunch of peppers, onions, and tomatoes marinaded with the steak. SOOOO delicious!
Dina | savvyinthekitchen says
Bacon wrapped asparagus!
Steak with peppers and onions!
I would make tomato and mozzarella kabobs! With basil or pesto...
shrimp and veggies
Marinated steak, green pepper and onion with some chimichurri... mmm,mmm,mmmmm!!!
Holly B says
Lamb, mushroom and veggies 🙂
Gina Guthrie says
Greek chicken kabobs.
Pam Gurganus says
I would grill my favorite Lebanese shish kafta kabobs!
Something thai, with chicken and a peanut sauce...
Dionne Baldwin says
Oh my, these kabobs look incredible! I love the idea of the wire! I'd totally string up some chicken adobo and fire up my grill, rain or snow! I'd put up the cover on the back deck, sit in my camping chair and sip sangria the whole time too. I don't care how cold it is, I'm quitting too!
A shrimp & veggie kabob!
This recipe looks great! I've never tried pineapple on kabobs before, I usually bell peppers, but I think I'll give it a try! yum!
I LOVE kabobs! I like to do a combination of different kabobs. Chicken, veggies, shrimp & pineapple, scallops are yummy too! I am HUNGRY now!
Oh I'm ready to move on from winter too [even though we didn't have ANY snow]. But I'm ready to get my grill going! And I think I would make some type of grilled salmon kabobs. Just sounds so good...with thai sauce? Mmmmmm.
I would definitely make chicken, grilled zucchini, cherry tomato, pineapple kebabs!
Chicken, mushrooms, onions
Definitely a beef one!
I make kabobs quite often... let's go with chicken and veggies!
I would make veggie kabobs with Portobello mushrooms, squash, peppers, and onions
Sadie B. says
I would make shrimp kabobs with pineapple and green peppers. A bit sweet and sour.
I would make bell peppers, onions, bacon and beef kabobs
I would do steak and shrimp kabobs.
Karen D says
Assorted vegetables & cubes of marinated homemade tempeh
Shrimp and broccoli and red peppers
I would make a greek chicken kabob.
Sandy Headtke says
Red onions, peppers, mushrooms and steak.
bianca @ sweet dreaming says
dessert fruit & poundcake kabob 🙂
I would make chicken & vegetable kabobs!
I'm make chicken, pepper and onion kabobs.
Yummm! Looks delicious, definitely going to have to try this out!
I love kabobs! I'd probably try these pineapple ones first. Pineapple is my favorite fruit.
Grilled strawberry shortcake kabobs
I love grilled chicken, so I'd probably make a nice kabob with marinated chicken, mushrooms, onions, and cherry tomatoes. A little rice on the side would be perfect.
I would make chicken and mushroom kabobs.
What a great giveaway! I would make shrimp and pepper kabobs!
Susan Christy says
I would make shrimp and chicken kabobs!
German Lopez says
Mmmmm i love kabobs. I would grill up some nice shrimp and steak kabobs with some veggies.
I would make this AWESOME recipe you just posted! YUMMMMMMMMMMMM
DAWN RENEE' says
In love with your steak and pineapple recipe. Looks like a great way to break in the pan. Thank you for this chance.
Lynette Cruz says
Garlic Butter chicken and shrimp skewers over yellow rice with cilantro and black beans!! MMMM MMM
I'd make steak, pepper, and onion kabobs!
Michelle M says
Grilled pineapple is the best!! I would make this same recipe, just without the mushrooms 🙂
Darrah K says
There are so many great options! Your shrimp and pineapple kabobs sound so good but I'd love to try a scallop, avocado, red onion and yellow pepper kabob. Served with quinoa or brown rice!
Martha McCormick says
I would make a shrimp kabob!
debbie jennings says
Marinated Steak, Bell Pepper, Onion Pineapple, Tomato and Mushroom : ) Our "go-to" kebabs
Jenny L says
This would be perfect for my Hubby!! He loves to grill and we love kabobs! We would
probably make the beef pineapple ones and then chicken and veggie ones too! YUMMMM!!
Julie @White Lights on Wednesday says
I'd make steak, sweet pepper, and onion kebabs, and then make cheesesteaks out of them!
chicken, pineapple, peppers, and onions!
Heather B says
I think I would make a Grilled Salmon Kebab.
Carol Ann says
I love grilled, BBQ and Asian style cooking. What's not to love?
lovely jasmin says
love to try turkey kabob
Nancy Brett says
wish to be lucky to win it and try this recipe
Steak Kabobs with Green Tomatoes and molasses-balsamic
julia frank says
I 'll try to make rosemary Chicken Kabobs
I would make Greek pork souvlaki!
Nicole robert says
I am on diet so I think the best choice for me is vegetable kabobs include mushroom onion, zucchini etc...
roxy meto says
So nice I really love this kind of Grilling the best thing that I can use it Indoor in my small apartment
Jan R says
Satays with peanut sauce...Yum!
I love a classic steak and veggies kabob.
I would make marinated chicken skewers with grilled pineapple