This is The Lad giving his approval on dinner. I bought a fillet mignon roast the other day for real cheap. After I trimmed the silver skin and waste off, I had several odd shaped pieces left over. So...I decided to have kabobs.
I had a partial bag of pearl onions. When they are frozen like this...the outside gets a little tough. So...I run warm water till the onions thaw enough so I can "slip" the outside skins off by pinching the onions with three fingers.
Here is my broth recipe in ice cube form. I just want a little broth to cook the veggies.
Here are the veggies...the onions and baby carrots.
This is a little less than a pound. 3/4 pound maybe. I cut it in chunks that were small. The veggies are already cooked the just need to be warm. I also used 2 small cans of whole peeled potatoes.
I poured some teriyaki sauce over the meat just till the oven was hot and the sticks were soaked for 1/2 hour.
Since the veggies were cooked...it was easy to put on the sticks. As you can see, I alternated the meat, onions, and potatoes on some of the sticks. These were broiled in my oven on high for about 3 1/2 minutes. Then I turned the sticks over and broiled for another 3 1/2 minutes. The Lad and I "killed" these by ourselves.
I am a country girl who grew up in a really small town. I learned to can and sew and use things up and wear them out...Hope I can give you a few ideas.