Steak & Mushroom Kabobs

Gluten, Dairy, Nut, Egg, Soy & Refined Sugar Free!

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LET’S WATCH SOME FOOTBALL!!!!!!!! — Okay, Maybe that’s a bit much 😉

The best thing about the fall – besides all the pumpkin flavored everything and the beautiful weather- is football… or at least that is the argument my husband would proudly make! So I try to find some “football friendly” snacks and meals that are both easy to eat and easy to make. No forks necessary.  Aint nobody got time for that!… Just you, your fingers, and some napkins. True football food!

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Our game-day lunch today was possibly one of my faves: Steak and Mushroom Skewers. I guess because I have always been a red meat and potatoes kinda girl. This is a great one to make ahead of time and store in the fridge  too! Just pull out and serve.  No need to fire up the grill either! I cooked these bad boys right on the stove. — No way was my husband going to leave from in front of the t.v. while his team was playing!

Well, let’s just get to it already.  Grab your veggies and grass-fred steak and skewer up!

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Steak & Mushrooms Skewers


Ingredients:

Grass-fed Steak
Organic Baby Bellas
One Onion
Coconut oil

Seasons I used: Pepper & Garlic Powder -- When you have a great 
steak you don't need much.
Allergy tip: McCormick brand is great with labeling allergens and
even better, they don't all have traces of milk, soy, eggs, nuts
ect. like some other cheaper brands. 

Instructions:

Cube thawed meat into good size chunks- remember they shrink a
little during cooking.
Rinse mushrooms well.
Cut ends off onion. Place on flat side and cut in half. 
Separate onion peels.

Heat large skillet over med-high heat with about a tablespoon of
coconut oil.
When skillet is hot, add seasoned meat. 
After searing all sides of your meat (about 2 minutes per side)
let cook to your liking. Stir frequently. 
Set meat aside, along with half of the juice. - Letting your 
beef settle after cooking helps retain some of the juices!
Add mushrooms and onions and a few seasons, if you like, and 
let them cook and absorb the left over steak juices. {Yummm!} 

Now that the easy part is done, let's move on to the easier step. 
Stack your veggies and steak on your skewers and ENJOY! 

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