Many thanks to Walmart and Kingsford charcoal for their sponsorship of this post.
Fall is officially here! So gather your friends, fire up the grill and get ready to cheer on your favorite team! Whether watching the game at home or tailgating outside the stadium, Walmart has everything you need to get your grilling on!
This past weekend we grabbed some Kingsford charcoal and some beef from Walmart, and grilled up some juicy Beef and Broccoli Kabobs marinated in a deliciously sweet and tangy hoisin sauce. Eating our kabobs and watching our team win made this tailgating party one to remember!
Beef and Broccoli Kabobs
– 1 pound of beef steak such as tenderloin, sirloin, or top loin, cut into 1” pieces
– 2 cups of large broccoli florets
– 1 red sweet bell pepper, cut into 1” pieces
– 1 package fresh mushrooms
– 4 tablespoons hoisin sauce
– 5/8 cup (10 tablespoons) Soy sauce
– 4 cloves fresh garlic, minced
– 2 tablespoon sugar
– 2 tablespoon honey
– white rice
– wooden skewers
The first thing you want to do is some basic prepping which includes cutting the meat and red pepper into 1” pieces, and break up the broccoli into large florets. You want everything large enough to fit on the skewer.
Next, prepare the sauce by combining the hoisin sauce, soy sauce, minced garlic, honey and sugar together. Mixing well with a fork or whisk until the sugar and honey are dissolved.
Next, place the beef in a large bowl, and pour ¾ of the sauce into the same bowl. Let the meat marinate for about 30 minutes. Place the remaining sauce off to the side.
Once the meat is marinated, it is time to start making the kabobs. We started with the red pepper, followed by the broccoli, mushroom and beef.
Once the kabobs are prepared, brush them with some of the remaining sauce on all sides, then take them to the grill.
Grill the kabobs over medium heat for about 15 to 20 minutes, turning and brushing with the remaining sauce once halfway through grilling – total time depends on how you like your meat.
Tip – If you have a charcoal grill, arrange your coals around a drip pan.
Once finished, serve over a bed of cooked white rice.
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