We are huge fans of kabobs! They are the perfect healthy combination of meat and veggies with the ability to take the flavors in any direction one’s heart desires. Thanks to Bailey Ryan of Whole Kitchen Sink for sharing this recipe with us. Her asian glaze is Whole30-compliant and absolutely delicious! It was our great pleasure to interview her on our podcast (listen here) and hear all about her incredible weight-loss journey. She is an honest and engaging guest. She’s passionate about paying it forward and sharing all she’s learned with anyone encountering a similar struggle. Listen in to hear all about her inspiring journey.
Ok everyone, we are very excited about this recipe and most importantly, the marinade. It’s so delicious that you forget you’re on any sort of restrictive eating program. One of the trickiest parts of completing a month of Whole30 is finding tasty and interesting flavors that keep you motivated. This recipe delivers. It’s also incredibly versatile and can be adapted to accommodate nearly any dietary restriction. If you aren’t feeling like beef, no problem; swap it out for any other protein. We equally love chicken or a sturdy fish like swordfish or shrimp. For all you vegetarians and plant-based folks, simply use a hearty mushroom like portobello. Furthermore, if suffering through an autoimmune disease and staying away from nightshades, you could substitute for pineapple and broccoli in place of the onion and peppers. Truly, the options are endless.
If you aren’t currently following the Whole30 program, feel free to add honey or maple syrup for additional natural sweetness. Bailey prefers the kabobs grilled but they are pretty fantastic baked or prepared on a grill pan. For all you busy parents out there, this recipe is super simple and quick. This truly is a healthy and satiating dish that we guarantee you’ll make again. For more details and cooking instructions, head over to Bailey’s blog and get cooking.