Grilled Hawaiian Steak Kabobs
August 18, 2022
Our bbq sauces double as a great steak kabob marinade to add extra juice and flavor to every bite. For this recipe, our Organic Hawaiian-Style BBQ Sauce is the perfect marinade to bring island flavors to your grill, no matter where it may be.
Swap the fruit for any fruits or vegetables you love and are looking good at your local grocery store.
Grilled Steak & Fruit Kebabs
6oz Sirloin Steak
½ bottle Primal Kitchen Hawaiian Style BBQ Sauce
¼ medium watermelon
Chop sirloin steak into cubes and marinade it in Hawaiian BBQ Sauce. Set aside for at least 30 minutes. Ideally meat will marinate for a few hours.
If you’re using wooden skewers, start soaking them in cold water. Soak for at least 30 minutes.
Cube watermelon into pieces roughly the same size at the steak cubes.
Cut peach in half and remove pit. Cut halves into thick slices.
Cut pineapple into discs and slice the skin off of each disc. Cut into pieces roughly the same size at the steak cubes.
Once skewers are soaked and meat is marinaded, start assembling the kabobs. Alternate steak and fruit until full.
Place kabobs on the grill and cook until meat is medium (or until preference).
Add a side of Hawaiian BBQ Sauce to your plate for extra sauce and flavor.
Avoid using overly ripe peaches so they're less likely to fall off the skewer.
- Serving Size
- 1 kabob / skewer
- per serving
- 39 grams
- 2 grams
- 15 grams
Best steak for kabobs
For this grilled steak kabob recipe we recommend using a sirloin steak because of its relatively low fat content and is fairly budget-friendly. Based on personal preference, budget and what's available, you may also use these:
Flat iron steak
Tips for grilled kabobs
Cut all meat, fruit and vegetables into large chunks to reduce the chance of falling off the skewer or through the grill grates.
Cut everything about the same size and thickness so that all pieces cook at the same rate. This is especially important for your meat.
Check the temperature of the meat on a couple of skewers to ensure they're all cooking at the same rate - one side of your grill may be hotter than others.
Flip all of the skewers half way through cooking to get a nice sear and char on both sides.
Grill at a medium heat (less than 400 F) for 12-15 minutes until the steak is 145 F.
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