Easy Beef Kabobs

beef kabobs

For beef kabobs, I always choose to use sirloin. It is already shaped perfectly to be cut into kabobs and is loaded with flavor. Of course you don’t have to use beef. You can always make chicken, lamb or maybe even bacon kabobs. My favorite thing about beef kabobs is that I can use any vegetables I want depending on how I am feeling. I have been known to make beef kabobs with nothing but beef and onions because I love a perfectly grilled piece of onion.

Easy Beef Kabobs

Sometimes recipes are just so simple that they don’t need much introduction or work. These easy beef kabobs are one of those recipes. You are only limited by your imagination and the possibilities are endless. Here are a few tips that can make your grilling experience a little better.

  • If you are using wooden skewers, especially round ones, try using 2 sticks per kebab. This will add stability to the kebabs and make it easier to turn them while grilling.
  • If you are cooking other food dishes that require different lengths of time to cook properly, try skewing all the protein on 1 skewer and the vegetable on the other. This way your tomatoes can be cooked in 3 minutes and your steak in 10 minutes without overcooking or undercooking your food.
Top Sirloin Kabobs
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  • 2 grass fed top sirloins (or steak of your choice, chunked)
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • 3 bell peppers, color of your choice
  • 16 oz of cherry tomatoes
  • 3 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 tbsp italian seasoning
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  1. If using wood skewers, soak for 20 minutes in water prior to cooking.
  2. Preheat your grill for a medium-high heat.
  3. Place all of your ingredients in a mixing bowl and ensure you get a nice even coating. Use enough olive oil to lightly coat everything. Marinate for anywhere from 1 hour to overnight.
  4. Once your skewers are soaked, start alternately threading your ingredients onto your skewers, steak, pepper, onion, tomato and so on.
  5. Once done, grill for 8-10 minutes uncovered turning occasionally for medium-rare to medium steaks.
  6. Once done serve with a side dish of your choice, I recommend my Sweet potato mash or Grilled Broccoli with Almond Dressing.
  7. Alternately you can include any fruits of your liking that you like grilled as well
  8. Enjoy

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  1. Hi George,
    have been really enjoying your online blog, and just ventured out to get “The Paleo Kitchen” book that you and Juli did together. Looooooove the pictures, so enjoyable to leaf through, they are a work of art! So appealing, and even though we just opened a new business this year and have eaten way too much take out, I am trying to time share at work with my husband and get home more often at an earlier hour so that I can cook some of your great recipes for my family! Have tried a few so far, and they have been awesome. Love your banana bread recipe for starters!! Keep up the great work.

  2. Is it possible to broil or bake this in the oven if you do not own a grill? Or, what is the best way to make this without a grill?
    Thanks! Cannot wait for your new cookbook to come out! :)

  3. As someone who is new to the paleo lifestyle, and frankly new to living healthy, I want to say thank you. For the haters, F them! There’s so much proof out there that eating a paleo diet and exercising (or doing crossfit) works. Period. Point blank. End of story. In the last 4 weeks I’ve learned so much just from reading your site and several of the others you mentioned in your rant. Thank you to you and to them, you are literally helping to save my life!

  4. Well Said! The people out there spreading their negativity are insecure and probably unsuccessful in their own lives. It’s such a shame people stoop so low to bring others down! I think all of us who follow a paleo lifestyle are strong and smart enough to dust off the dirt and keep on being the wonderful people we are! Thanks for your service Caveman! Also glad for your paleo cooking brilliance!

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