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Posted August 20, 2014 by Tim Wells in Food

Keep Summer Going with Bachelor Kebobs from Pick ‘n Save

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.

If you’re like me, you’re mourning the end of an amazing summer. But don’t go gentle into that good night, just yet! I’ve got an easy grill recipe to share with you that, with the help of your local Pick ‘n Save, will help ease the pain of the passing of seasons.
Pick 'n Save
I learned early on, after moving to Wisconsin, that grilling is a big deal here. Like, a really big deal. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, sausages… you name it, Wisconsinites have found a way to grill it. So, of course, there is only one way to close out a Wisconsin summer: by grilling out.


Wanting to get my grill on, I headed to Pick ‘n Save to grab some ingredients. There are a gazillion recipes for shish kebobs out there, but the problem is that most of them have marinades that are so complex, you’d have to be an alchemist to pull them off. With that in mind, I give you Bachelor Kebobs.
Fresh veggies from Pick 'n Save
The goal of Bachelor Kebobs is to make delicious, grillable shish kebobs, while keeping the prep as simple as possible. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1 pound sirloin steak, cut into 1-inch cubes
  • 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch cubes
  • 1 bottle teriyaki sauce
  • Assortment of your favorite veggies, chopped into ½-inch slices

If you ask the helpful meat cutters at Pick ‘n Save which vegetables they recommend for shish kebobs, they’ll tell you that onions, peppers, and yellow zucchini are a must. I personally hate onions, so I substituted fresh mushrooms for my kebobs.
Bachelor Kebobs prep
Now, grab a 1-gallon freezer bag, and dump the bottle of teriyaki sauce into it, along with the beef and chicken. Give the bag a good shake and put it in the fridge to marinate. The longer you leave the bag in the refrigerator, the more the teriyaki will soak into the meat. For a quick turn around, take the bag out after an hour. For a thoroughly-marinated kebob, leave it in overnight.
Bachelor Kebobs on the grill
Lastly, take all your fixin’s, stab ’em with some skewers, and throw ’em on the grill, on a piece of foil. Your kebobs should be thoroughly cooked and ready to eat in about 10 minutes.
Finished Bachelor Kebobs
If you’re picky, like my son who doesn’t like anything green on his plate, just leave off the veggies and enjoy some teriyaki meat awesomeness.

Bachelor Kebobs can be cooked on an indoor or outdoor grill, letting you keep your summer going year ’round!
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Tim Wells

Dad, husband, gamer, blogger, geek. Not necessarily in that order.