Beef and Mushroom Kebabs – $5 Dinner Challenge

I made these the other night…I made an extra trip to the store to get the ingredients needed for this morning’s news segment…and spotted some $.99 whole mushrooms.  I see them often for $.99 in the mark down basket in the produce section. I found more this morning…sliced this time. I don’t typically buy extra food when I’m getting food for news segments, but I couldn’t pass these up!

(Gonna have to change the menu plan to incorporate some of the marked down goodies I found this morning!)

This is simple.

  • Stew beef.
  • Whole mushrooms.
  • Green peppers.
  • Steak seasoning.

That’s it!

Simple…but oh, so yummy!

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Beef and Mushroom Kebabs

Yield – 4 servings

Preparation Time – 10 minutes

Cooking Time – 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • About 1 lb. stew beef ($2.48) Manager’s Special
  • 1 box whole mushrooms ($.99) Manager’s Special
  • 2 green peppers, seeded and cut into 1 inch pieces ($.60) Part of the loot from the farmer’s market
  • Steak seasoning (free) Used $1 coupon with $1 sale price
  • 1 large yellow squash ($.50) From the farmer’s market the other week
  • 1 cup rice ($.20)

Directions

  • Wash and dry the mushrooms.
  • Cut the green peppers.
  • Skewer the meat, mushrooms and peppers. Sprinkle with steak seasoning. (Or marinate with a favorite beef marinade.) Grill for a few minutes on each side, or until beef is cooked to your liking.
  • Steam-saute the yellow squash.
  • Cook the rice as directed while the kebabs are chilling on the grill.
  • Serve Beef and Mushroom Kebabs over Rice with Steam Sauteed Yellow Squash.

Cost $4.77

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Comments

  1. amy says

    They look great, but is stew meat chew-able if it’s not stewed? I thought it would be too tough to grill.

  2. Morganong says

    I’ve tried similar recipes before using stew meat on kabobs. Even when it’s *just* undercooked, it’s still really, really tough. I would wait till a better, more tender cut of meat is on sale to make these. But I have a sensitive jaw…so it might be fine for others.

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