A few weeks ago one afternoon I was cleaning out the freezer as I usually do I found one steak. Then I got out my special little weapon Hoisin sauce. Hoisin sauce is commonly used for barbecuing. Hoisin sauce is soy-based and regularly used in Chinese dishes, as well as stir-fry recipes. The ingredients in a typical bottle of hoisin sauce are soybean paste, garlic, vinegar and various spices such as chili peppers. The flavor is described as sweet, salty, and spicy. Most people either love the taste of hoisin sauce or hate it. As I stated to make these steak skewers I diluted the hoisin sauce with a little pineapple juice. These little skewers were so hot they were steaming up the camera lens. Hoisin Steak Skewers
1 steak cut into bite size pieces 1 onion cut into eighths 1 orange bell pepper 1 can of pineapple chunks 1/2 pineapple juice 1/2 hoisin sauce
Mix Hoisin sauce and pineapple juice together, place steak in hoisin sauce and cover put in fridge for at least half hour. Cut up onion and bell pepper. Arrange steak, pineapple, onion and bell pepper on skewers. Paint with remaining hoisin and pineapple sauce as you cook on barbecue. Cook for about ten minutes turning every two or three minutes.
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