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These garlic butter steak skewers are the perfect fast and easy solution for a weeknight dinner. Tender NY strip along with crunchy veggies make this the a simply yet tasty dinner solution. While I used a NY strip, any cut of beef will do. Use a ribeye or use a more option like a chuck roast. Whatever you pick, this will be one delicious meal.
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Step 1: Prep the Garlic Butter Steak Skewers.
Cut the steak into 1 inch cubes. Next cube up some bell peppers, red onion and add white mushroom caps to the bowl. If you do not like one of the veggie options, feel free to use anything your family like most. As long as it can cook fast and is the same size. Stay away from veggies like squash or potatoes that need a lot of time to cook.
Season everything with Dad’s Steak seasoning and mix if all together to ensure an even coat of seasoning on everything.
Next, skewer the ingredients and these are ready to hit the grill.
- If using wooden skewers, soak them in water so they can absorb the moisture and not burn during the cooking process. I recommend using metal skewers. They are reusable and durable.
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Step 2: Grill the steak skewers.
Set the grill to high direct heat at 450 degrees and place the beef skewers on the grill. Flip every minute for a total of 5 minutes or until the meat reaches 130 degrees internal temp. Remove off the grill and let the meat rest 5 minutes.
Steak Grilling Tip
- Bring the steak to room temperature before placing on the grill,
- To guarantee a tender and juicy steak, do not grill past medium or 135 degrees internal temperature.
Step 3: Add in the garlic butter.
While the skewers are resting, melt a stick of butter in a cast iron skillet on the hot grill and add in a generous amount of minced garlic. Mix the ingredients together and brush the sauce over the grilled steak and veggies. Enjoy these deliciously savory and tender garlic butter steak skewers.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Type of steak depends on what you are trying to grill up. For hot and fast look for cuts with good marbling like a ribeye or NY strip. If you are cooking a roast or stew, look for cuts that are cheaper and meatier like a chuck roast.
The internal temperature all depends on how you want or prefer your steak cooked. For a medium rare, remove it at between 120-125 degrees. If you are going for a medium cooked steak, anywhere between 135-140 degrees. Anything over will be well done. Remember to always rest the meat for 10 minutes before slicing.
Printer friendly recipe below:
Garlic Butter Steak Skewers
- 2 NY steak strips
- 2 Bell peppers
- 1 Red onion
- 2 cups White mushroom caps
- 2 tbsp Minced garlic
- 2 tbsp Dad's Steak seasoning
- 1 stick Unsalted butter
- Cut the steak into 1 inch cubes. Next cube up some bell peppers, red onion and white mushroom caps to the bowl.
- Season everything with Dad's Steak seasoning and toss around in a bowl to ensure an even coating throughout.
- Skewer the ingredients.
- Set the grill to high direct heat at 450 degrees.
- Place the beef skewers on the grill and flip every minute for a total of 5 minutes or until the meat reaches 130 degrees internal temp.
- Melt a stick of butter in a cast iron skillet on the hot grill and add in minced garlic. Mix the ingredients together and brush the sauce over the grilled steak and veggies.
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