Meat with vegetables on skewers, with spicy garlic glaze

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Meat with vegetables on skewers, with spicy garlic glaze
  • Serves: 2 People
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: -
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Medium
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Meat with mushrooms and vegetables on skewers is a convenient and beautiful option for dinner or lunch. Of course, this is not a barbecue in the true sense of the word, because the barbecue is cooked in a pan, and we are not talking about any smell of smoke here, but I call it “a la barbecue” for convenience. You can customize the taste by choosing your favorite spices, but I will share my version of a spicy glaze.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Dry the meat with paper towels and cut into cubes. You can lightly salt, but only a little bit, since we will cover the finished skewers on top with icing with soy sauce.
  2. Onion cut into thick rings.
  3. Cut the mushrooms in half. (It is advisable to take small mushrooms so as not to cut them into halves - whole mushrooms will look more aesthetically pleasing in the finished dish.)
  4. We cut the zucchini into the same cubes as the meat. Bulgarian pepper cut into squares.
  5. We try to cut all vegetables into pieces of approximately the same size.
  6. Meat, mushrooms and vegetables are strung on skewers.
  7. Peel the garlic and cut in half.
  8. Finely chop the red hot pepper.
  9. In a mixture of butter and vegetable oil, fry hot peppers and garlic in a preheated pan over moderate heat until soft. Remove the pepper and garlic from the pan.
  10. In the same fragrant oil, fry the skewers in a pan on each side, about 15-20 minutes. Vegetables are al dente.
  11. For the glaze, chop the garlic and hot pepper very finely with a knife, add a pinch of salt and rub into a paste. Add soy sauce, maple syrup, black pepper to taste. We mix everything.
  12. Generously grease the hot skewers with the resulting garlic glaze. Leave for 5 minutes so that the meat and vegetables on skewers are soaked with spicy glaze, and serve. This "barbecue" always looks very beautiful and appetizing.

Meat with vegetables on skewers, with spicy garlic glaze



  • Serves: 2 People
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: -
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Medium

Meat with mushrooms and vegetables on skewers is a convenient and beautiful option for dinner or lunch. Of course, this is not a barbecue in the true sense of the word, because the barbecue is cooked in a pan, and we are not talking about any smell of smoke here, but I call it “a la barbecue” for convenience. You can customize the taste by choosing your favorite spices, but I will share my version of a spicy glaze.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Dry the meat with paper towels and cut into cubes. You can lightly salt, but only a little bit, since we will cover the finished skewers on top with icing with soy sauce.
  2. Onion cut into thick rings.
  3. Cut the mushrooms in half. (It is advisable to take small mushrooms so as not to cut them into halves - whole mushrooms will look more aesthetically pleasing in the finished dish.)
  4. We cut the zucchini into the same cubes as the meat. Bulgarian pepper cut into squares.
  5. We try to cut all vegetables into pieces of approximately the same size.
  6. Meat, mushrooms and vegetables are strung on skewers.
  7. Peel the garlic and cut in half.
  8. Finely chop the red hot pepper.
  9. In a mixture of butter and vegetable oil, fry hot peppers and garlic in a preheated pan over moderate heat until soft. Remove the pepper and garlic from the pan.
  10. In the same fragrant oil, fry the skewers in a pan on each side, about 15-20 minutes. Vegetables are al dente.
  11. For the glaze, chop the garlic and hot pepper very finely with a knife, add a pinch of salt and rub into a paste. Add soy sauce, maple syrup, black pepper to taste. We mix everything.
  12. Generously grease the hot skewers with the resulting garlic glaze. Leave for 5 minutes so that the meat and vegetables on skewers are soaked with spicy glaze, and serve. This "barbecue" always looks very beautiful and appetizing.

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