Beef Kabobs With Red Pepper Dipping Sauce

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Beef kabobs really taste wonderful when paired with a red pepper dipping sauce. Find out how to prepare beef kabobs with a red pepper dipping sauce with help from an accomplished chef in this free video clip.

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Welcome! I'm Chef DAS guys. Today, I'm going to cook one of my favorite dishes, beef kabobs with a red pepper aioli. So, the first thing I'm going to do is introduce some of my ingredients. The first thing I have is my aioli. Now, this red pepper aioli is simple to make. I've premade this one, but all I did was took a red bell pepper, I put it in a food processor, I chopped it up really fine in the food processor. I added a little bit of store-bought mayonnaise and blended it altogether. Once I blended it, I took it out, put it in this container and it's ready to go. Now, the main ingredient. Where's the beef? And now for my seasonings. Two simple ingredients; salt and pepper. Salt, my Kosher salt is very very large crystals so you don't have to use a lot and it's very good to use on beef because it helps tenderize the meat a little bit. Black pepper, the bigger the coarse of the black pepper, you can see it a little bit on mean, but it seasons it very very well. So, now let's start assembling the kabobs. What I'm doing is I'm making nice size chunks of this bell pepper. The reason you want nice size chunks of the bell pepper is because when you put this on a skewer, if it's too flimsy, it'll break. So, you have to have a nice size peas. Alright. So, now that I have that, I'm going to the exact same thing with the green pepper. So again, I'm just making a nice size chunks; with my onion, I'm going to do the exact same thing. I'm going to take my wooden skewer. Now, it's best to put these skewers in water, especially if your're planning on grilling these kabobs because what water does, it helps the skewer from not to burn. I'm going to put my onion on first and there's no real process of how you assemble. You can put anything you want to in a skewer, that's the beautiful thing about it. If you want all veggies, you can put that, but today, I'm going to put red peppers, green peppers and beef and that's going to be the procedure. So, first thing I'm going to do is season them up really well and the last thing before they go into the oven, I'm going to add a little bit of vegetable oil. Now, what the vegetable oil does, it helps it with the browning process while in the oven. So, I'm just going to rotate it, make sure I put oil on all sides and then I'm going to put it in the oven at 350 degrees and you want to cook it for about 10 to 15 minutes. It really depends on how you like your beef. Some people like rare beef and they want to put it in the oven for about seven minutes But, the more of the medium to well done, it's going to take at least 10 to 12 minutes. So, let's go in the oven. Now, what I've already done is put a set in, so these are ready to come out. So, you want to stack them, everything looks good with a little bit of height. And then, you put your red pepper aioli right there at the end. I hope you enjoy it, see you soon.


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