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Beef Teriyaki Kabobs | Tender grilled beef and veggies flavored with an Asian marinade

Beef Teriyaki Kabobs #SundaySupper

Fire up your grill and enjoy these terrific Asian inspired Beef Teriyaki Kabobs. As a bonus, they provide the necessary protein that’s imperative for a healthy lifestyle. This post is sponsored by The Beef Checkoff. Details can be found below.

Beef Teriyaki Kabobs - Tender grilled beef and veggies flavored with an Asian marinade

Health Challenges

I’ve been making a concerted effort to add protein to every meal for the last month or two. My thyroid conked out last fall; and when I complained to my endocrinologist about my post prandial drowsiness, he sent me home with a blood glucose monitor. I had already figured my blood sugar was taking a nosedive when I ate too many carbs, but little did I know that it was peaking at an elevated level. Well, after lots of testing, my labs looked good, so I’m not diabetic nor even pre-diabetic, but I do need to watch my diet.

Before I had my test results, I was a nervous Nelly and  googled what I’d need to do if pre-diabetic. First up, lose weight. Uh, no way. This Skinny Chick would disappear. Exercise more. I run, practice power yoga, can do push-ups. No, thank you to more. So what was left was tweaking my diet. And what do you know, incorporating more protein into my meals worked. It was key to improving my quality of life, lessening the fog which enveloped my brain after meals, and keeping me satisfied after a meal.

Beef Teriyaki Kabobs - Tender grilled beef and veggies flavored with an Asian marinade

Make Every Meal Count

If you need to lose some weight, improve your metabolism or just age beautifully, research suggests that adding quality, protein-rich foods can help. Why not challenge yourself to 30 days of eating protein at every meal and see if you feel the difference? I bet you will. Protein rich meals satisfy you longer as they take longer to digest, so you won’t be hungry an hour after you eat. Protein also provides essential amino acids needed for cell repair and reproduction. To start, I recommend joining the Beef Checkoff’s 30 Day Challenge to receive daily emails, goals, tips and inspiration. Just click on the link below and get started!

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Beef Teriyaki Kabobs - Tender grilled beef and veggies flavored with an Asian marinade

Teriyaki Beef Kabobs

It’s no secret that my family loves beef. They are carnivores through and through. Steaks are a given for birthday celebrations, a rib roast dons our Christmas table and we grill burgers nearly every weekend throughout the summer. I love marinating beef to shake it up a bit and these beef teriyaki kabobs are easy and impressive. I mixed up a marinade the night before, poured most of it in a zip top bag along with some cubed beef tenderloin to marinate. The next day I chopped my favorite vegetables and drenched them in the remaining marinade. When dinner time rolled around, we fired up the grill, skewered the kabobs and let the charcoal work its magic. Let me tell you, this was one delicious way to incorporate good quality protein into my diet.

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Beef Teriyaki Kabobs | Tender grilled beef and veggies flavored with an Asian marinade

Beef Teriyaki Kabobs #SundaySupper

Inspired from the Winners cookbook

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings


For marinade::

  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1 cup sherry
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 5 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger
  • 1/4 cup sesame oil
  • 1/2 cup sliced scallions
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar

For kabobs::

  • 3-4 lbs beef tenderloin, cut into cubes
  • fresh mushrooms
  • zucchini, sliced
  • 2 red bell peppers, cut into large pieces
  • Large red onion, cut into wedges


  1. Combine all sauce ingredients in a gallon ziplock bag. Mix together well. Remove about a cup of marinade to a second ziplock bag. Marinate beef in first ziplock one hour at room temperature or overnight in the refrigerator. Do the same with the vegetables with the smaller amount of marinade.
  2. Spear meat on skewers. Spear veggies on separate skewers. Grill to desired doneness.


Inspired from the Winners cookbook

Total time does not include marinating time.

Feel free to use the vegetables of your choice.

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52 comments on “Beef Teriyaki Kabobs #SundaySupper”

  1. Looks great Liz! I love a good beef teriyaki kabob.

  2. Liz, this looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing with #SundaySupper.

  3. Those beef cubes look so succulent and delicious!

  4. They look delicious 🙂 even looking at them makes me hungry 😀

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  6. Great kabobs and I love those skewers.

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  14. I’m glad your lab results came out good! These beef teriyaki kabobs are great protein addition to every meal, looks so amazing and delicious!

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  18. So glad you’re feeling better! I love teriyaki but haven’t made it for the longest time. Can’t wait to fire up the grill for kabobs!

  19. Your kabobs look delectable. We have to try them for dinner very soon.

  20. As a true carnivour, i adore kabobs all the way!!!!

  21. Yum Liz! Your beef kabobs look incredible! I love the marinade! Perfect for summer grilling.

  22. I love your beef kabobs! For some reason tasty meat on a stick is very, very popular at our house!

  23. Love all of the flavors in these kabobs!

  24. I’ve really tried to increase the proteins I eat for breakfast, and I think it makes a big difference. Sometimes a little tweak is all our diets need!

  25. So glad ot hear about your good results from tweaking your diet!

  26. sounds great until I saw 3-4lbs. of beef tenderloin. That’s like $65 worth of beef!

    • Hi, John, Feel free to use another cut of beef like sirloin. Just make sure to marinate them overnight to really tenderize them! It’s one of our splurge meals 🙂

  27. Oh Liz your teriyali kebabs seem to be a perfect dish for my family.. I will try them soon

  28. Very interesting info on protein, thank you. Glad to hear all is well and you know I’m a ka-bob-aholic:@)

  29. Lizzy,
    Hope you’re feeling better. I’m a fan of beef and your kabobs would disappear quick in my house.

  30. This are perfect kabobs! So colorful and delicious!

  31. My hubby is the kabob-man in our house. I’m printing out this recipe for him to make for ME!

  32. Looks great, Liz! Kabobs are so much fun and the grilled veggies are so yummy too!

  33. These kabobs would be a winner all around in my house! They look fantastic. 🙂

  34. Your kabobs make a perfect complete meal!

  35. Why is it kids think food on a kabob is so cool! They are all in cahoots this week after seeing your recipe. Looks like we will be grilling kabobs for dinner! LOL

  36. Glad you’re okay! A good wake-up call is sometimes a blessing. 🙂 And if a change in diet brings you food like these awesome kabobs, I’m 100% on board!

  37. These kabobs are so appetizing! They are such a great summertime meal.

  38. As always Liz your picture is drool worthy and my tummys grumbling for these Beef Teriyaki Kabobs!

  39. Thank you so much for sharing your story! It really is amazing what a small dietary change can do for us!

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  41. Yes, we all love steak here as well. Kabobs are always fun, these look delicious. I have to say, those are some serious looking skewers you have there! 🙂 Looks like a great recipe.

  42. First of all, congratulations on conquering the energy issue. And applause, applause for not being pre-diabetic =) Last and not least, bravo for your Asian accented kabobs….I’m hankering to try some sherry with my soy sauce atop my white rice =)

  43. So glad the change in your diet is helping you feel better. These kabobs look positively amazing and full of flavor!

  44. These look absolutely delicious Liz!! I must make them ASAP!!

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  46. So happy to hear that you are back on track and found a delicious and healthy solution to keep you there. I’ve also been adding more protein to my daily meals and will add this dish to my stash and check out the 30 day challenge.

  47. I will be setting my grill now because this looks so yummy! It’s tasty and kabobs are always fun! This is making me hungry. 🙂

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