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prep time

20 min

marinating time

20 min

cook time

10 min
Beef and Tomato Stir-FryGrowing up, our family had a very large garden filled with tomatoes and many other vegetables. One of the ways we’d enjoy eating the flavorful juicy tomatoes would in this homestyle beef and tomato dish. Marinating the beef with a cornstarch mixture ensures that the meat will be tender and juicy after cooking. My mom would usually slice the fresh ginger into very thin matchsticks, however, the ginger in this recipe has been left in large slices to make it easier to spot them after cooking and set aside, if desired. Be sure to stir-fry the tomatoes gently so they still retain some of their shape and texture. Serve with hot cooked rice.

prep time

20 min

cook time

6 min
Air-fried Beef and Blue Cheese Stuffed Mushroom BitesHere’s a new take on stuffed mushroom hors d’oeuvres, filled with the classic combination of beef and blue cheese. The air fryer cooks these up in just minutes to juicy perfection. Note: Cook times suggested are based on a counter-top family-size air fryer**; times will vary with different appliances so always check for doneness with a reliable digital instant-read thermometer and texture cues and adjust cook time as necessary. Ground beef is done when the thermometer reads 160°F (71°C).

prep time

15 min

marinating time

20 min

cook time

12 min
Stir-fried Beef and Gai Lan (Chinese Broccoli)This stir-fry dish of beef and greens was served often at my childhood family dinner table, using our homegrown bounty of fresh picked gai lan, also known as Chinese broccoli. My daily job was to clean the garden vegetables for our meals, a job I disliked immensely since there were plenty of caterpillars and insects to pick out. That aside, when my mom would start cooking, I really enjoyed the scent of garlic, ginger and beef being fried and I couldn’t wait to eat! The method of slicing the beef steak thinly across the grain and marinating it ensures that each bite is quick-cooking, juicy and flavorful. The tender baby gai lan is first blanched, then added at the end of cooking for a quick reheat with the beef and savoury sauce. Be sure to have all the ingredients measured and ready to go as this dish cooks quickly. Serve with hot cooked rice.

prep time

20 min

cook time

1:10
Pressure Cooker Chinese Beef Stew with Daikon and CarrotsChinese beef stew is one of my favorite Cantonese comfort food dishes that I grew up eating. As a child, I would eagerly anticipate dinner time when my mother would prepare it–it filled the kitchen with delicious aromas. Searing the beef creates colour and more delicious flavour to the stew. Star anise and five spice powder also add such a depth of flavor, these spices are what makes this classic dish so special. Daikon radish is a white vegetable that resembles a giant carrot. The radish and carrots are cut into large pieces to ensure they are tender, but still retain their texture during cooking. I’ve adapted my family recipe to use the electric pressure cooker to produce the same tender and flavorful results as cooking on the stovetop. My family and I enjoy eating this served over hot cooked rice or rice noodles.

prep time

30 min

cook time

40 min
Chinese Beef Curry PuffsA weekly trip to Chinatown to buy Asian groceries occasionally also meant a special stop at the Chinese bakery. As a child, one of my favorite pastries to eat was the very tasty, mild flavoured curry beef puffs (and it still is!). Under the many layers of flaky pastry was a delicious filling of delicious fragrant savoury beef. This recipe re-creates the treat with an easy-to-make ground beef filling with the convenience of prepared frozen puff pastry. Be sure to thaw pastry in the refrigerator overnight and keep chilled until ready to use. Refrigerating the meat filling makes it easier to work with.

prep time

20 min

marinating time

60 min

cook time

6 min
Chipotle-lime Air Fryer Beef SkewersTender, juicy and chocked full of flavour, cooking these skewers in the air fryer means you avoid fussing over a grill–especially helpful when the weather is nasty. Note: Cook times suggested are based on a counter-top family-size air fryer**; times will vary with different appliances so always check for doneness with a reliable digital instant-read thermometer and texture cues and adjust cook time as necessary.

prep time

45 min

cook time

50 min
Individual Ground Beef WellingtonsThese individual Beef Wellingtons are made with ground beef instead of the traditional beef tenderloin, making them a delicious, yet cost effective, way to serve a special meal to your family and friends.The ground beef is seasoned well, topped with duxelles (a mixture of chopped mushrooms, shallots, garlic, and thyme), neatly folded into thin slices of prosciutto, then wrapped in prepared puff pastry to create beautiful little packages, which are bursting with big flavour.

prep time

5 min

cook time

15 min
Pan-seared Filet Mignon with Herbed Butter BasteThis time-honoured technique is key to making the steakhouse style steak that you crave. For best results, use a cast iron pan that has a flat surface (i.e. without the grill ridges). Be sure to have your stovetop vent on high, good oven mitts at the ready and an apron on to catch spatters. This is a messy technique but it’s worth every minute of cleanup. If you don’t have both rosemary and thyme, use just one. Also good with a sprig of fresh tarragon.

prep time

35 min

cook time

2:30
Braised Short Ribs and MusselsThe next time you’re craving classic surf-and-turf, give something different a try–simmered Beef Short Ribs with mussels. With these rich flavours you won’t be missing the traditional lobster tail! What do these surf-and-turf pairs have in common? Wine – the short ribs are simmered in a red, and the mussels in a white. Cheers!

prep time

20 min

cook time

27 min
Air Fryer Quarter-pound Beef Burgers & FriesA classic combination, this air-fryer version yields juicy hamburgers and crispy fries. The bonus of cooking hamburgers in the air fryer is that you can set them and forget them. No need to flip them and you still get an evenly cooked burger, every time. French fries can be cooked in either one or two layers but no more as it will prevent crisping. Note: Cook times suggested are based on a counter-top family-size air fryer**; times will vary with different appliances so always check for doneness with a reliable digital instant-read thermometer and texture cues and adjust cook time as necessary. Beef burgers are done when the thermometer reads 160°F (71°C).

prep time

20 min

cook time

15 min
Air Fryer Beef and Blue Cheese Stuffed PortobellosAdd a new, quick weeknight meal to your rotation with these savoury beef and blue cheese stuffed mushrooms that air fry to juicy perfection inside with an amazing crust on top. Served up with a salad of greens, this recipe makes enough to serve 2 as a main course or 4 as a plated appetizer. Note: Cook times suggested are based on a counter-top family-size air fryer**; times will vary with different appliances so always check for doneness with a reliable digital instant-read thermometer and texture cues and adjust cook time as necessary. Ground beef is done when the thermometer reads 160°F (71°C).

prep time

15 min

cook time

45 min
Air Fryer Lemon-oregano Roast Beef and VegetablesPaired with bold Mediterranean flavours, this tender beef roast and mix of hearty vegetables is just as delicious as any cooked in the oven with the time-saving perk of the air fryer. Note: Cook times suggested are based on a counter-top family-size air fryer**; times will vary with different appliances so always check for doneness with a reliable digital instant-read thermometer and texture cues and adjust cook time as necessary.

prep time

20 min

cook time

45 min
Pressure Cooker Beef StewAn electric pressure cooker cooks up melt-in-your-mouth tender beef and vegetables in a fraction of the time and with minimal effort. Have a hearty, warming stew on the table in less than an hour.

prep time

30 min

cook time

45 min
Pressure Cooker Chiang Mai Beef NoodlesAn extremely popular northern Thai dish, it’s typically garnished with shallots and pickled mustard greens which add layers of crunch and flavour.

prep time

15 min

cook time

1:10
Pressure Cooker Beef & Rice Taco BowlsWith all the flavours of taco night, this fun and family-friendly recipe allows everyone to gather at the dinner table and assemble their rice bowl to suit their own personal taste.

prep time

15 min

cook time

60 min
Pressure Cooker Weeknight Beef Stew with Mixed MushroomsThe electric pressure cooker with multi functions allows this comforting one-pot braised stew to be ready in about an hour and, therefore, a delicious dinner solution even on weeknights. Serve stew with prepared horseradish for a tasty accompaniment and crusty bread for sopping up the sauce.

prep time

15 min

cook time

45 min
Pressure Cooker Weeknight Mongolian BeefMongolian Beef is actually a dish from Taiwan and is often served in Canadian-style Chinese restaurants. Usually made with Flank Steak, this recipe with Beef Rib Finger Meat makes a wonderful and flavourful substitute. Cooking the beef in a pressure cooker means this braise cooks in a fraction of the time. You could also serve this saucy beef over rice noodles, cellophane noodles or ramen noodles instead of rice.

prep time

10 min

cook time

1:30
Pressure Cooker Sweet & Sticky Beef Pot RoastWith a sweet and tangy cola-based sauce, this brisket is tasty when sliced and served in burger buns topped with your favourite coleslaw. It’s also great served with steamed rice and broccoli, and a garnish of green onions and sesame seeds.

prep time

10 min

cook time

8 min
Corned Beef RamenTurn simple packages of ramen into a hearty meal with a boost of colourful veggies and savoury Corned Beef for a meal that’s ready in minutes. Streamline your weekday meal prep by cooking the Corned Beef on the weekend for sandwiches and this ramen recipe during the week.

prep time

10 min

cook time

15 min
Beef Tenderloin Rice Bowl with Onsen Egg (Gyudon)A perfect way to have your ‘steak & eggs’, this beef bowl features an egg cooked in a traditional Japanese style. Onsen egg is basically poached in the shell–slowly cooked in hot water to make an egg with a silky egg white and custardy yolk. Be sure to use the right-sized eggs (large), to get the cooking time correct.

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