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Steakhouse Skewers with Kale CaesarTorn kale leaves are marinated in a creamy homemade dressing to tenderize the leaves and impart a intense garlicky-lemon flavour. It is the perfect rendition of the fan-favourite salad to serve with hearty and robust steak skewers. Lots of veggies make it easy to eat plant-based with a powerful protein like beef.Tikka Masala Beef SkewersThis quick and flavourful recipe for Tikka Masala Beef Skewers is a great way to try something new in the kitchen. Serve this recipe up buffet style and let everyone pick their own toppings. The subtle spice from the curry paste is cooled off with the Raita yogurt sauce making for a perfectly balanced dish.Mediterranean Beef Brochettes with Greek Tostada BitesThis Mediterranean marinated beef can be served as brochettes as a main meal. With enough leftover, you can pull together quick Greek Tostada Bites
Singapore Beef Satay with Rojak SaladI have such fond memories of visiting the “satay street” alongside Lau Pa Sat market in downtown Singapore. Everyone sits along long tables as the smoke from the charcoal stay stalls wafts down the street, as platters of sataya skewers are dropped in front of you.
While not a traditional pairing with satay, I love the cooling effect of rojak, since it refreshes and cleanses your palate in between bites of the flavourful satay (and yes, I even like adding Sambal Belacan to it!)
Recipe developed by Anna Olson. Recipe adapted by Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence.
Beef Skewers with Roasted Tomato and Pomegranate Sauce and DukkahA charred tomato and pomegranate barbecue sauce is the perfect combination of sweet and slightly spicy and slightly smoky. It is brushed over the cooked beef skewers to serve and sprinkle with Dukkah to garnish. Dukkah is an Egyptian condiment consisting of a mixture of herbs, nuts and spices. Use any leftover sauce to serve with lots of other dishes: scrambled eggs, a cheese tray or even grilled cheese sandwiches. Use leftover dukkah to garnish any appetizer plate or sprinkle over yogurt, cottage cheese or a salad of mixed greens. Look for pomegranate molasses in the international section of your local grocery store. Beef “Lollipops” with Cantaloupe SaladServe with the suggested salad or just serve as beef bites with the reserved dressing as a dipping sauce. If you want more of an orange flavour in the dressing, try adding a teaspoon or so of orange juice concentrate (undiluted). OPTION: If you would rather just serve slivers of cooked steak with the salad, you can skip making the lollipops and cook steak whole, carving it across the grain to serve. Beef KoftasServe Koftas as a main course or make smaller to serve as appetizers. Good made with smoked paprika too. Can be shaped into meatballs or sliders if you like. Serve with warmed pita and a dipping sauce such as yogourt with chopped mint and a bit of ground cumin stirred in.Spice-Rubbed Beef and Mediterranean Pasta SaladFor a more straightforward presentation, use the steak whole, grilling for 12-14 minutes, turning at least twice, for medium-rare doneness 145°F(63°C). Let rest for 5 minutes, carve into thin slices and toss with salad ingredients; serve on salad plates.Thai Beef SatayPretty on picks, this recipe for Thai Beef Satay is a favourite and is great as an appetizer or as a light dinner. Serve with peanut, plum or Thai chili sauce for dipping. For a short-cut, ask the meat counter staff to cut the beef steak into strips for you. Try this wonderful blend of flavours on beef kabobs, too.Gourmet Grilled Beef KabobsColourful kabobs are so pretty to bring to the table and such an easy way to serve up meat and veggies. If you wish to cook the beef longer than the veggies (or visa versa),you can string the veggies and meat on separate kabob skewers.
Tuscan Beef Kabobs with Quinoa TabouliKabobs are so easy to serve - they look so pretty when you bring them to the table and meat and veggies come together as one! You've got to serve beef kabobs more often!Indian Beef KabobsInspired by the fare at Vancouver's famous Vijs restaurant, these kabobs are best grilled over charcoal in the great outdoors. A word of caution: the amazing aroma from your grill might turn your gathering into a neighbourhood block-party!Beef and Orange KabobsCurry paste and orange combine to create a sweet and spicy beef recipe.Glazed Beef Kabobs with Easy Asian EggplantHere is an easy dine-in option that features your favourite take-out flavours. Make with Beef Kabob Cubes or your favourite Grilling Steak: Top Sirloin, Tenderloin, T-bone, Porterhouse, Rib, Rib Eye, Strip Loin, Wing or Tri-tip.Korean Beef KabobsStewing Beef on the barbecue – who would have thought you could do that! You have to try this recipe to believe it!Moroccan-Style Beef BrochettesWith these Moroccan-Style Beef Brochettes, you get a delicious all-in-one dinner recipe, packed with the powerful protein that lean Canadian beef provides along with the goodness of grains and grilled veggies.Grilled Hawaiian Beef KabobsBeef kabobs are a great grill option when you have a gathering – the work can all be done in advance, the grilling is fuss-free and the serving is simple. This recipe for Grilled Hawaiian Beef Kabobs makes lots of extra sauce that's nice for dipping.
Canadian Beef KabobsA maple-y marinade recipe gives these beef kabobs a Canadian accent — even more so if you substitute Canadian whiskey for the orange juice.Beef Kabobs with Peanut SauceHealthy goes gourmet with these pretty protein-packed kabobs! APPETIZER BITES: Just before the guests arrive, cook beef cubes and veggies on a foil-lined baking sheet under the broiler for about 8 minutes -- pierce each beef cube with a toothpick along with 1 veggie wedge and place on platter to serve.Sprinkle with some toasted sesame seeds to dress them up (if desired).Beef Steak Brochettes with Peanut Dipping SauceThese beef bits are nice to nibble on and easy to make. You can substitute Asian chili sauce for the sambal oelek in both the beef and the peanut sauce. Sambal oelek is available in the Asian section of most grocery stores.
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