Step 2: prep. food

If you're using bamboo barbecue skewers then start by immersing them in water to make sure they don't burn when they go on the grill.
Depending on the meat you choose and it's thickness you may have to fillet your cut or pound to tenderize and flatten to a thinner cut. To tenderize meat simply sandwich meat between sheets of wax or parchment paper and pound with meat tenderizer until about 6mm (1/4") thick.  For vegetables, cut lengthwise and create 6mm(1/4") thick slices.

Wheel - Meat (or chicken, pork, eggplant, zucchini):
Cut flattened slices into 12mm (1/2") thin strips.
Season as desired.

Filling - Onions (or asparagus, roasted red peppers, pesto):
Peel onion then cut off one end, continue cutting 6mm (1/4") thick slices.
After cutting, separate each slice into individual rings.

Bacon (optional):
oh bacon...you just keep being delicious and amazing.

<p>Very nice. Thank you!</p>
Made these for my parents' anniversary tonight! They were great!
Looks Awesome can't wait to try them.
Dude these look SO good (O_O)
Yum.......very very yum........
Care to share how you did those super pictures? Do you need a special program? This is a great ible! Love the pics.
Thanks!<br />I use a basic point and shoot camera, then use Photoshop to crop and edit the levels of my shots. It's a labour of love because I love crisp, clear pictures.
Looks great! Have to try this.<br>
<br> These look super, had you thought of making a roll and then slicing it?<br> <br> L<br>
Yes, I did!<br /> It was our main course and can be seen in <a href="http://www.instructables.com/file/FSHR5CXGR6ZJI89/">Step 3 picture 3 </a>
<br> OOps.<br> I have a food i'ble planned, if I go shopping sat' I'll be able to start.<br> <br> L<br>
Awesome! Does it involve bbq or wheeled food?
<br> Sorry no. <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-fake-cat-food/">But there's meat in it!</a><br> <br> L<br>
Oh wow those look good . . . I wonder, could you roll them a little larger and make them into steak and onion burger patties? Actually, I think I'll try that with some zucchini this weekend, I bet with some cheese melted on top it would make for a great veggie burger.
Well dang it, the zucchini were too crisp and fresh, they started to break apart when I tried to roll them up. I've got them marinading in olive oil and Italian dressing, we'll see if that softens them up enough to roll. I'll let you know my results!
good idea marinating the zucchini. the nice thing about grilling is that even the mistakes are still tasty, and there's no such thing as too much bqq.<br /><br />can't wait to see your results!
Peppy &amp; cheap...... AND with beef and fire!
your grilling skills far exceed my own ,as i bow and exclaim&quot;we're not worthy&quot;i secretely plan to copy these ideas the very next time i grill
<approved!> Copy away, and remix into something else!<br /> Take pictures and share them here!</approved!><br />
This is fantastic! It's like those guys who took a hamburger and made it from candy, except your's is similar to a meaty cinnamon roll!
It looks like I could do this as carne asada..hmm
There's not really a good way to transcribe the sound of lusty hunger I made when I saw these photos, but it 's something along the lines of:<br><br>Mmmmmmwwwwhuuuurrrrrrraaarrghhhh....<br><br>These look delicious. And now I'm very hungry.

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