Prep Time
15 Mins
Cook Time
10 Mins
8 kebabs

Save money by making beef kebabs with boneless sirloin instead of beef tenderloin. You can whip up the orange sauce with on-hand ingredients such as orange juice concentrate, soy sauce, and mustard.



How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat broiler or prepare a charcoal fire and let burn to a gray ash. Stir orange juice concentrate with soy sauce, mustard and butter in a small saucepan over medium-high heat until smooth, 2 minutes.

Step 2

Thread beef onto 8 long metal skewers, dividing evenly and alternating with mushrooms, onion pieces and cherry tomatoes. Brush orange mixture evenly over threaded skewers and season with salt and pepper. Bring any remaining glaze to a boil in saucepan, then remove from heat and reserve.

Step 3

Set broiling pan or grill about 6 inches from heat source. Broil or grill skewers for 6 to 8 minutes, turning often, until meat and mushrooms are browned and onions are just charred on edges. Serve kebabs warm with remaining glaze on the side.

Ratings & Reviews

Charmedseed's Review

December 10, 2010
Delicious! This would be great for company. Let the orange glaze caramelize a little and it's simply amazing.

Tigergirl704's Review

May 03, 2010
easy, delicious, versatile with the vegetables.Sauce was subtle but made what could have been bland very tasty. My picky kids enjoyed the kebabs as well. Definitely will do again.

TamaraBB's Review

March 04, 2010
Although this is pretty good, it is definitely not outstanding by any means. The flavor combinations seemed a little off to me.

ctclough's Review

February 10, 2010
Great, easy recipe. I made a couple of changes to decrease saturated fat, make the recipe easier, and to increase flavor. 1) Substitute olive oil for melted butter 2) Make glaze by simply smooshing together ingredients in a gallon bag. Reserve 1/2 of glaze and leave 1/2 in the bag. 3) Add steak chunks to glaze in gallon bag and smoosh it all around. Allow to marinate 6 hours, or all day. Delicious and simple to make.

artsygrl14's Review

May 18, 2009
Delicious! I served this with rice as a side. The orange sauce is great when simply brushed onto the meat adn veggies- as a dipping sauce I would probably use less orange juice. Overall, very easy- great weeknight dish!

hareinen's Review

April 30, 2009