Grill Sirloin Steaks and Veggies with Apples
Grilling for two? Make it simple by cooking the entire dinner on the grill. Sirloin steak and veggies are great together. But do something different. Marinate the steak with wine…
and add fruit to the veggies. Slice your favorite vegetables to stick on skewers. Or wrap the veggies in foil. Use whichever fruit sounds good at the time.
Try Something Different
When my husband was preparing the grill to cook the sirloin recipe below, I got the idea to add sliced apples. Next time, it may be mango or pineapple. It’s fun to surprise yourself sometimes by adding a different ingredient on the grill. We liked the grilled apple and veggie mix.
Grilled Sirloin with Veggies & Apples
Cook sirloin steak, veggies, and dessert on the grill.
- 2 Each Sirloin Steaks
- 1/2 Cup Red Wine
- 3 Tablespoons Santa Fe Seasons Six Seasonings Or use your favorite herbs and spices.
- 1 Each Red Bell Pepper, medium
- 1 Each Green Bell Pepper, medium
- 1 Each Yellow onion, large
- 1 Each Medium apple "Chelan"
- 1 Tablespoon Santa Fe Seasons Chile Blend Or use red chile Pepper with your favorite herbs and spices..
- 2 Teaspoons Santa Fe Seasons Green Chile Lime Seasoning Or use sea salt, lime, green Chile, and your favorite spices.
- Sprinkle of salt
Season each side of steak with one tablespoon of the Six Seasonings or your choice of herb and spice blend.
Place each steak in a bowl with 1/4 cup of the red wine.
Turn each steak over a couple of times and press gently into the wine then cover and marinate in the refrigerator until ready to grill.
Slice the peppers, onion, and apple.
Place veggie and apple slices in foil.
Season veggies and apple with the remainder of Six Seasonings or your own herb/spice blend, green Chile/lime blend, and red chile blend.
Sprinkle veggie and apple slices lightly with salt.
Seal securely with foil so that it can be turned over easily on the grill.
Grill the veggies/apple mix approximately 25 minutes.
Grill the steak (while you're grilling the veggie/apple mixture) according to the way you like your steak cooked.
If you don't have room to cook the steak, vegetables, and apples at the same time, cook the steak last.
Serve and enjoy!!
This dinner is a delight. The steak provides protein, is filling, and you may have some left over to make a steak strip salad or steak sandwich. The grilled apples added to the top sirloin dinner gives you a nice satisfied feeling that comes with a taste of dessert.
You may want to bake potatoes and add to the meal or another type of carbohydrate. However, the meat, vegetables, and fruit are quite satisfying for an evening meal and not too heavy. I chose not to add bread or potatoes to our grilled sirloin dinner as they tend to give a bloated feeling.
Other Veggies and Fruits to Grill
- Yellow Squash
What are your favorite grilled vegetables? What about fruit? Share them in the comment section below.