Turn a beef ribeye or sirloin steak into a batch of teriyaki steak skewers. Perfect for a pre-meal appetizer, or just for an easy snack, these flavorful beef treats sure hit the spot!
I prefer to use a nice ribeye steak that has plenty of marbling for juiciness and flavor. It's sliced, seasoned, and seared on the grill. Very easy and very tasty, too.
A couple of nice size steaks will make a lot of these appetizers. Here's what you'll need...
Two beef steaks, sliced into 1/4 inch thick strips
Your favorite teriyaki sauce
Marinate the beef strips in teriyaki sauce for one hour. If you plan ahead, soak 'em overnight. The meat will have a lot more flavor that way. Arrange the steak strips on the skewers. Grill over high heat for just a minute or two on each side. Because of the small size of the beef strips, it's really easy to overcook them, making them dry and tough.
Enjoy these teriyaki steak skewers anytime. They can be cooked easily in a hot skillet on the stovetop, too, so they're great for midnight snacks.
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