Another KISS recipe. This is a modification of my copycat Applebee’s Bourbon Street Sirloin. Great taste and extremely tender.
I wanted to do some kabobs, but my search for a recipe was at best frustrating. Most have ten plus ingredients listed and involved overnight timing. What is wrong with these people? So after reading 15 plus recipes, I modified my Applebee’s Bourbon Street Sirloin recipe.
1) KISS with only a few ingredients. I used four.
2) Quick. I marinaded for 2 hours but I think anywhere from 30 minutes to 4 hours would be fine.
3) Great taste and tender. Yep, it was.
Notes: I didn’t use any salt and pepper. Why? I felt there was some sodium in the Worcestershire and soy sauces. The pepper I thought could be added later. It didn’t need it. It was bursting with flavor. The Accent functions both as a flavor enhancer and tenderizer. It is MSG so if you’re sensitive or don’t want to use it, just eliminate it.
There was enough for 3-4 servings, but we ate it all.
1 1/2 lbs of top sirloin or other good beef without a lot of fat
Optional fruit and vegetables for the kabobs (I used 2 green peppers, 1 red onion and 1/2 fresh pineapple)
2 T Worcestershire sauce
2 T Soy sauce
2 T water
1 t garlic powder
1 t Accent
1) Trim beef of any fat and cut into about 1-inch cubes
2) Mix marinade and then pour over meat and mix well. Cover and refrigerate until needed. 30 minutes to 4 hours.
3) If using wooden skewers, pre-soak in water for 30 minutes.
4) Prepare any desired fruit and vegetables. Cut into chunks about 1 inch.
5) Preheat grill on high. Clean and oil.
6) Prepare kabobs by alternating ingredients.
7) Grill over direct high heat until mild charring on fruits and vegetables. About 15 minutes.
July 24, 2016