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Steak Kebabs with Fried Rice

Steak Kebabs

I know we focus mostly on vegetarian and/or vegan foods on OrganiceYourLife.com, but here’s a nice recipe for the Summer with meat– steak kebabs!  Of course always go for organic, humanly raised meat.

These steak kebabs you can serve with fruits or green salad on the side.  Marinate chunks of steak (organic NY strip steak, filet mignon or sirloin) with Worchester sauce, soy sauce, sesame oil, black pepper, salt, cilantro, and minced garlic for two hours or preferably overnight.  Soak four wooden skewers in water.  Thread the beef chunks and vegetables that you like, such as peppers, portabella mushrooms, tomatoes, eggplants, onions, etc. evenly onto the skewers.  Broil in your oven for about 10-12 minutes depending on how you like your steak done.  Turn the skewers on each side every 3-4 minutes. It’s really tasty and easy! Maybe something for the 4th of July?

For those who don’t eat meat: you can try it with other food items like seitan or tofu!

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One Response to Steak Kebabs

  1. evelyneschuurmans November 2, 2012 at 9:13 am #

    Hi Cassadra, great recipe! Love it! I am happy with some meat recipies as well, as my diet is around 80% vegetarian and 100% organic (preferably bio dynamic foods). Sometimes however I find it difficult to find the meat (only grass fed etc) and fish that fullfill my demands on health and sustainability issues. I understand you eat some meat and fish too. How do you handle those choices? And what is the reaction of your friends? I found it sometimes difficult to explain my foodchoices to my vegetarians or vegans friends….most of the time these days people tend to become either vegetarian or vegan, or stay meat eater for most of the time, but not the middle way, that is mostly vegetarian with some meat and/or fish and all at least organic (although we must stay very alert with the organic standards, as not all organic foods are produced by the same standards :-).
    I am graduate of law school too by the way :-) (Leiden Law School in The Netherlands) Love to hear from you! Kind Regards Evelyne Schuurmans

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