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If you love grilling and additionally enjoy a nice meaty dinner, kabobs can actually be a great way to do something different and enjoy meat with veggies and even fruits. This cheap dinner recipe teaches you how to make beef kabobs drizzled with an orange glaze. Most of the ingredients are under $2 for this meal but you may be able to find cheaper deals through coupons and sales at local groceries. It's always a good idea to shop with coupons in hand so you can find the cheaper ingredients. This meal is easily under $.85 per serving and you can make it multiple ways for everyone in your family. This recipe yields about eight kabobs.
Prepare a charcoal fire and burn to a gray ash or preheat your oven's broiler. Stir orange juice concentrate with soy sauce, butter, and mustard in a saucepan over medium heat until smooth, about two minutes.
Push cubes of beef onto 8 long metal skewers, divided evenly and alternating between any vegetables that you like, in this case, mushrooms, onions and cherry tomatoes. Brush orange mix evenly over the skewers, seasoning with salt and pepper. Bring the remaining orange juice mix to a boil in the saucepan, then remove from heat and set aside.
Set broiling pan or grill about 6 inches from heat source. Broil or grill skewers for six to eight minutes, turning over and often, until meat and veggies are browned. The onions and tomatoes should be a bit charred on the edges. Serve kebabs with the glaze on the side.