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As a father, there is one thing that I love doing the most, and that is cooking for my family. Though I enjoy cooking meals that are quick, easy, and taste amazing. One of my favorite easy recipes to cook is chicken and steak kabobs accompanied by the perfect side of Bushs Steakhouse Beans. Fantastic steakhouse style kabobs and beans is one of the best meals to prepare quick and easy while making everyone’s mouth water. The kabobs are so easy to make, but you can’t forget to add the side of great tasting Bush’s Beans. You can prepare this meal for family dinners, or you can impress your family and friends with this great tasting dish during get-togethers.

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Great Tasting Quick and Easy Kabobs with a Side of Bushs Steakhouse Beans

You will need:

  • 1 1/2 pounds of beef sirloin
  • 1 1/2 pounds of chicken breasts
  • 3/4 cup of honey
  • 1 1/2 large sweet onions
  • 1 medium sized red bell pepper
  • 1 medium sized green bell pepper
  • 2 cups of fresh mushrooms
  • 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon of minced garlic
  • 1/4 teaspoon of ground ginger
  • 1/2 cup of teriyaki sauce skewers
  • 2 cans of Bush’s Steakhouse Recipe Grillin’ Beans

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Step One: Get out a large cutting board, and a large steak knife. Place the beef sirloin on the cutting board, and proceed to chop the sirloin into two-inch cubes. Set aside for later use.

Step Two: Either get out a new cutting board, or rinse the old one. Once you have done that you can take the chicken breasts and chop them into about two-inch cubes. Set aside for later use.

Step Three: Use a different large cutting board in order to chop the vegetables. You don’t want to use the same cutting board that you used for the chicken unless the cutting board has been thoroughly washed to prevent any cross contamination. Proceed to cutting both medium sizes red and green bell peppers into two inch cubes. Also, thickly slice the mushrooms, and cut the sweet onions into wedges.

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Step Four: Get out a large bowl or container large enough to use for marinading. In order to make the marinade fill the bowl with the teriyaki sauce, honey, mushrooms, onions, red bell peppers, and green bell peppers. Then add in the minced garlic, ground ginger, and garlic powder. Thoroughly mix together the contents of the bowl.

Step Five: Take the cubed chicken and sirloin, and place them into the bowl of marinade. Let this marinade in the refrigerator for a period of at least 24 hours to ensure that all of the flavors absorb into the meat.

Step Six: Preheat the grill to medium- high heat.

Step Seven: Take the marinaded meat and vegetables out of the refrigerator. Then, take the skewers and start threading the sirloin, chicken, and vegetables onto the skewer. You can threat the sirloin, chicken, and vegetables in any order you want to. Put as many or as little on the skewer as you desire,and place the finished skewers onto a tray.

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Step Eight: Once the grill is preheated you can place the skewers onto the grill leaving about an inch of space between each skewer. Let the kabobs cook on the grill for about ten minutes, or until browned.

Step Nine: While the kabobs are cooking on the grill get the Bush’s Beans out. Open the three cans of Bush’s Steakhouse Recipe Grillin’ Beans, and put them into a small pot on medium- high heat for about 5 -10 minutes or until warmed.

Step Ten: Serve up the kabobs! Once the kabobs are off the grill and the Bush’s Beans are nice and warmed up you can begin to serve up this delicious dish to your family.

This marinaded kabob and beans meal is perfect simply cooking quick and easy meals for family dinner on week days, or for special occasions. Prepare these kabobs and beans for family and friends during get- togethers, and you will have everyone coming back for more. There is nothing more manly to cook than great tasting kabobs served up with the perfect side of yummy steakhouse style beans.

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