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Keto Teriyaki Kebabs – Gluten Free, Sugar Free | Keto Recipes | Keto Japanese Recipes


Welcome to keto meals and recipes dot com now that it’s summer time, I wanted to share my easy keto teriyaki beef kebab recipe with you. This is a really great recipe because it is amazing on your outdoor barbeque or you can make it any time of the year in your oven but one thing you will need before making these kebabs, Is my keto teriyaki sauce and glaze recipe. I will be providing a link in the description below. and if you watch all the way to the end I will be providing a second version of this kebab with a slightly different ingredient, and of course the macro chart for that as well as some alternative recipes you might enjoy. But in the meanwhile here are the macro nutrient ratios for this version which I call number 1 of my keto teriyaki beef kebabs. the ratio is 1.7:1, with 6.5 grams of total carbs, 1.4 grams of fiber, resulting in 5.1 grams of net carbs per skewer. Since this is a beef kebab, the beef of course is the star of this recipe. So for best results, use a really nice cut of beef such as a sirloin tip, which by the way is rather budget friendly, but still a good quality. Or you can use a rib eye steak which is nicely marbled. Or a tender loin which is moist and juicy and tender. Or whatever your favorite grilling steak is, the important thing is to get a steak that is preferably 1.5-2 inches thick. This thickness of steak is really great because then you cut the widths to also be about 1 1/2-2 inches. And finally after you’ve cut all your strips against the grain. Cut each strip into cubes that are the same width as they are thick. Now get a deep bowl that will fit your meet, and add your teriyaki glaze add the beef and toss well you want to ensure that each piece is well coated then cover the bowl with cling wrap, and allow to marinate for about an hour. I usually leave it on my counter, because I want the meat to stay at room temperature which is best for barbequing or grilling. or if you are doing this the night before you can refrigerate over night. Remember to take your meat out about an hour before you are ready to barbeque or grill This will allow the meat to get to room temperature. It’s really important that your meat is at room temperature, if you want even, consistent grilling Since I will be grilling my keto teriyaki beef kebabs in about an hour I’m going to use this time to cut the vegetables into cubes that are about the size of your meat Or just actually a little bit bigger would be better. To make it easier for myself, I like to separate the ingredients into groupings for each kebabs As I’m showing here on this platter. You can of course assemble the kebabs in any order that you like, but when I assemble my kebabs I like to have a pattern with my kebabs that makes for an attractive and colourful presentation. Here’s the order that I have assembled my kebabs with. I began with the wedge of red onion, which I pushed all the way down the skewer to the bottom Next thing I added was a beef cube, Then a yellow bell pepper or capsicum wedge Then a red bell pepper or capsicum wedge Then next a second cube of beef Then I started the pattern again, with the red onion, the yellow bell pepper capsicum, the red bell pepper capsicum, another beef cube And a red onion, a yellow bell pepper capsicum, a red bell pepper capsicum, another beef cube and a red onion and the last ingredient is the red bell pepper or capsicum. Because it looks like a nice red hat to finish the skewer. I then place my prepared kebab onto the inside of my roasting pot lid because this was high enough that the kebabs did not touch the bottom of the pan and this would allow for air and heat to circulate around the kebabs nicely then just repeat the same procedure until you have made all the kebabs for your meal And then grind some black pepper on top of your kebabs I forgot to mention preheat your 375 degrees fahrenheit, or 190 degrees celcius if you’re doing it in your oven, if you’re doing it on your barbeque, you know what to do. Now I’ll just procced with the oven method. After you’ve completed making all of your skewers I’ve made 6 for tonight Put them in the middle position of your oven, and bake for 20-30 minutes to ensure that my kebabs are cooked evenly I rotate them every 10 minutes Also I would like to mention that the suggested cooking time is for the kebabs I’m making Your actual cooking time will depend on the size of the cubes that you are making, and your oven So adjust cooking time accordingly Whether you are making your kebabs in the oven, or on your outdoor barbeque you’ll have a little bit of extra time so why not make additional servings which you can prepare. Why don’t you cut up a few more slices of beef into cubes, perhaps add a little bit more teriyaki sauce if needed. Then put these extra cubes of meat into the bowl with the marinade, and toss to coat each cube of meat. Just put everything including the teriyaki glaze into a freezer bag pour the teriyaki glaze directly into the freezer bag that you have labeled. Add the beef cubes and rub the cubes to coat them with your marinade And now you just mad a very simple prep ahead meal. You may also want to check out the written recipe FYI section because I’ve added a few more tips and details. One last thing if you don’t want to use beef and you want to change things up a bit Do the exact same thing with nice big pieces of chicken, and the same vegetables. I don’t know if you noticed but I replaced the yellow bell peper capsicum, with yellow zucchini in one of my kebabs. And I found it to be a really great alternative to the yellow bell pepper. And here’s the macro nutrient chart for this version 2, with the yellow zucchini instead of the yellow bell pepper or capsicum. And if you haven’t noticed already I do have a couple of other kebab type recipes. One my keto Croatian kebabs, aka Ćevapčići I also have keto chicken souvlaki with garlic aioli video If you like variety in your food like I do, check these recipes out as well Thank you very much for watching my videos. If you like my recipes please forward the link to this video to someone you know. And if you’re new, please consider subscribing. The link for the printable teriyaki beef kebab recipe, as well as all the other recipes I mentioned will be posted in the description below.

Randall Smitham

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3 COMMENTS

  1. MX1CAN Posted on June 27, 2019 at 1:08 am

    Oh I know what I'm grilling this fourth of July weekend! I already had a couple of your recipes in mind but definitely adding this to the list Thanks!

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  2. Paula Harris Posted on June 27, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    My goodness lady you have the best recipes I've even seen. Sending many blessings your way

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  3. Kelvin's Kitchen Posted on July 2, 2019 at 5:39 am

    Fantastic Keto Teriyaki Kebabs. Perfect for grilling season or any time of the year, as you well said.

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