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prep time

10 min

cook time

6 min
Micro Meat LoafIn this recipe the title “Micro” does mean small, however this meatloaf is also cooked in the microwave! The microwave is an amazing time-saving tool in the kitchen for steaming veggies, melting chocolate, and, in this case, baking personal-size meat loaves for 2.

prep time

20 min

cook time

2 hr
Oven-Braised Beef CurryChef Rahil selected boneless beef short ribs from the Canadian Beef Information Gateway to make his version of a traditional braised beef curry. Aromatic but made with just a few basic pantry ingredients and standard braising technique so it’s not daunting for even ‘curry beginners’ to make. Beef short ribs are well marbled so the meat is moist and tender when braised and oh so flavourful!

prep time

10 min

cook time

20 min
Speedy Gyro Beef SaladIf you love a classic Greek gyro, you’re going to love this speedy weeknight dinner for two! The star of the show is the delicious ground beef that is combined with gyro must-haves: feta cheese, tomato, Greek olives and cucumber dressing. The same great restaurant flavours, fast and easy at home!

prep time

5 min

cook time

15 min
Skillet Beef GnocchiIt’s easy to turn store-bought potato gnocchi into pillows of goodness with this simple and speedy dish. And the bonus… this makes 4 portions and the welcome leftovers are delicious reheated for lunch another day!

prep time

10 min

cook time

30 min
Steak HashTime to clean out the fridge! Everyone has one red pepper, a lonely zucchini or other random vegetable(s) on hand and some leftover steak or roast from a dinner on the weekend. They’re all just waiting to come together into this delicious and healthy recipe for two!

prep time

15 min

cook time

20 min
Personal Taco PizzasThese personal-sized taco pizzas are easy, crispy and delicious! Another bonus is that each person can choose their own toppings!

prep time

10 min

cook time

40 min
Patty MeltsPatty melts are hearty sandwiches that are pure comfort food. The juicy ground beef patty is tasty on its own and the slow-cooked caramelized onions give it even more crave-worthy flavour. Serve with a crispy side salad and your favourite grilled cheese accompaniments.

prep time

10 min

marinating time

30 min

cook time

10 min
Korean-Style Pan-Fried Steak StripsThese Korean-style seasoned steaks strips are delicious all on their own over steamed rice, or tucked in big romaine lettuce leaves for wrapping and munching, taco-style. Steamed broccoli makes a nice side dish.

prep time

10 min

cook time

22 min
Doubled-Up Simple Beef and Spinach SoupWhat the heck is stoup? Well, it’s somewhere between soup and stew with extra-thick broth and chunky veggies. Everyone loves one-pot meals and nothing makes a person happier than a warm bowl of nourishing beefy goodness! NOTE: this recipe makes a big batch for just two, so there will be extras for another meal (see Tip).

prep time

10 min

cook time

15 min
Beef Stroganoff Open-Faced SandwichesWho doesn’t love beef stroganoff? How about a simple weeknight dinner for two that packs all the flavour, but is on the table in a lot less time? Delicious ground beef smothered in a sour cream mushroom gravy is the perfect solution!

prep time

10 min

cook time

25 min
Baked Scotch EggsThese are big, meaty and delicious. Enjoy them as a meal with steamed veggies or a side salad. Don’t forget to serve with some pickles and dipping sauce.

prep time

20 min

cook time

15 min
Pan-Seared Steak Salad with Strawberries and Blue CheeseThis healthy salad is a huge blast of summer colour! Perfect for a simple weeknight dinner for two, this is a delicious choice for a mid-summer meal on the deck. If you don’t have strawberries on hand, substitute any summer fruit such as blueberries, cherries or sliced peaches.

prep time

10 min

cook time

12 min
Grilled Steak with Barley SaladBarley has a unique chewy texture and nutty flavour. Cooking barley is easy and can be ready in under 30 minutes. This recipe is super speedy if you are using leftover steak or roast beef – a tip: cook an extra steak when you barbecue for a meal short-cut at the ready. Barley can also be cooked ahead, cooled and stored in an airtight container in the fridge for 2 to 3 days or frozen for up to 3 months – another short-cut for speedy cooking.
Heart-Shape Mini MeatloavesEmily has been making these meatloaves since her kids were little. The kids would recognize Valentine’s Day as Love Day, and this was the perfect way to shape one of their favorite dishes into hearts. If you have a heart-shaped cookie cutter, be sure to cut out hearts from potatoes and roast them to serve alongside.

prep time

20 min

cook time

40 min
Beef Wellington Packages For EveryoneAs co-author of Everyday Celebrations in the Best of Bridge cookbook series, Emily Richards says this take on Beef Wellington is a holiday season favourite that her son makes each year. Everyone at the table is excited when they get to cut into their own little beefy dinner package.
Instant Pot Paprika Beef StewThis rich flavorful beef stew is seasoned with two kinds of paprika and a bit of caraway seed. Serve over rice, mashed potatoes, hot cooked egg noodles or crusty rolls. The stew is a perfect make-ahead meal as it reheats well.
Beef and Cabbage Skillet NoodlesOne-skillet meals are always a great way to celebrate a great day in school or at the office. This version comes together easily and the kids will be happy to get cooking so they can add those crunchy noodles at the end!

prep time

15 min

cook time

1:30
Persian Okra Stew (Khoresh Bamieh)By Tara Omidvar, @madeofsugarandsaffron, Khoresh Bamieh or okra stew is a dish originating in the south of Iran. It’s a hot and flavourful dish with lots of garlic. Okra, beef and tamarind are the main ingredients. Like many other Iranian stews, there are different versions of this stew as well. Some cooks add split peas and some make it without tamarind. This version is the one that Tara’s grandmother taught her. The sourness that tamarind provides to this dish can’t be replaced with any other ingredient. As with every other Iranian stew, this dish is always served with saffron rice. You can also serve Shirazi Salad (see Tip), fresh herbs and/or pickled vegetables as accompaniments.

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