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What Kind of Meat is Kabob Meat?
Kabob meat is trimmings from the primal cuts of beef, such as the sirloin, but it can also be from other cuts.
A very high level overview of the process is, when a whole beef is being butchered, there’s always some leftover (or trimmings) that aren’t quite big enough to turn into steaks. The trimmings of the steak cuts are packaged together and labeled as kabob meat.
The Problem with Vegetables
We want to share a complaint we have about kabobs…and vegetables. You go to a barbecue in someone’s backyard and they have kababs. But, in between the pieces of meat, they put green peppers, onions and mushrooms. That’s no bueno. Why? Because those vegetables are going to take much longer to cook then the meat. So you end up with perfectly cooked meat and raw green pepper. Cook the vegetables on their own skewers and all will be right in the world of kabobs.
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