So I found this site called The Disney Diner and on that site was a recipe and video for the Banyan Beef Skewers.
Since I was going back and forth on what I was going to make for dinner anyways, I figured I would try a new recipe. If it sucked, I still had plain beef skewers which are still pretty tasty. So I fired up the grill. While the grill was turning some lump charcoal into a rip roaring fire, I started on the sauce. Which was pretty easy to make. I did make some adjustments. Instead of the chopped red peppers I went with some California Chile powder. I wanted a mild/medium heat so I could enjoy it and not a burn your mouth off hot. I also used a lower sodium soy sauce since it calls for a whopping cup of it. I also added a little more garlic powder to up the flavor. It came out delicious. While that was cooling, I chopped some sirloin into chunks for the skewers. I brushed them with a little garlic olive oil and sprinkled some adobo seasoning on them.
I grilled them on a hot fire and kept turning them. I wanted a nice char on the outside. When they were nice and charred I moved them over to the side and grilled up some corn. While that was cooking I also threw on some sliced fresh pineapple.
If you haven't tried grilled pineapple, you should. I chopped mine up and served some Coconut Milk Vanilla Bean Ice Cream on top for dessert.
I was being stubborn about grilling. I wanted something yummy. Grilling outside in triple digit heat is not the smartest thing to do. So in between flipping everything I took a dunk or two in the pool.
I wasn't impressed with the sauce by itself but once I tried it with the beef, I was in heaven. My husband loved it. He said that since I knew how to make the sauce we wouldn't have to go back to Disneyland. Silly boy!