Easy Teriyaki Beef Skewers with video recipe

Teriyaki Beef Skewers (video)

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Sharing another easy and delicious summer grilling beef recipe today! These teriyaki beef skewers with home-made teriyaki sauce are killer good! I love to make these with flank or skirt steak and marinate them overnight for the best results. Serve these beef skewers with a side of rice, a salad or with grilled veggies!

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The Teriyaki Sauce
I use one home-made recipe for teriyaki sauce for all my Asian-inspired recipes and this beef recipe is no exception! It’s super easy to make and I know exactly what’s in. It’s also really easy to adjust the amount of sugar and other flavors. It’s made with just a few simple ingredients: soy sauce, sesame seed oil, brown sugar, rice vinegar, minced garlic and ginger. I like to use pre-minced garlic and ginger puree to save time! Find the puree ginger in a tube in the refrigerated section of your grocery store.

grilled teriyaki beef skewers with rice and sauce
The home-made teriyaki sauce is also the marinade in this recipe. Once the meat is done marinating, just pour the sauce into a saucepan and cook for a few minutes. I like to brush the sauce onto the beef while it’s grilling AND serve some extra on the side! You guys will love this simple and easy recipe! If you’re planning to make this recipe for a get-together, plan to make a double batch because these beef skewers will go quickly! Garnish the teriyaki beef skewers with sesame seeds and chopped green onion for a bit of color.
teriyaki beef skewers with sesame seeds

More Recipes!

Looking for more teriyaki dinner recipes? Try my ‘Teriyaki Chicken Stir-Fry’ next! This recipe is also made with my home-made teriyaki sauce and is packed with incredible flavor (and veggies!)

And these ‘Teriyaki Chicken Wings’ are so delicious and they’re not fried!
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