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Easy Steak Skewers

This  everydaypaleo.com recipe is great for the grill and goes a long way when serving guests. It’s full of great veggies and (preferably) grass fed beef.  

Easy Steak Skewers

2.5 lbs of grass fed sirloin steaks cut into 1 inch cubes

3 zucchini squash cut into chunks

3 cups mushrooms

1 red bell pepper cut into chunks

Dried basil

Dried oregano

Garlic powder

Cayenne pepper

Cracked black pepper

Place the chunks of steak into a large mixing bowl and generously sprinkle with the basil, oregano, garlic, and cracked black pepper.  Add a pinch or two of cayenne pepper and mix well until all the steak pieces are covered with the spices.  Take metal or bamboo skewers and alternate skewering pieces of the meat and veggies.  Cook over a medium high grill turning often for 7-10 minutes.  Serve with mashed cauliflower and a salad.

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