Cheesy Beef & Lentil Pasta Bake with Roasted VegHealthy AND delicious come together in this baked pasta dish inspired by the cuisine of Northern Italy. A beefy tomato sauce studded with plenty of roasted vegetables and fibre-rich lentils enrobes whole-grain noodles. Topped with creamy ricotta cheese, this recipe is perfect for serving a hungry crowd.Thai Curry Beef ‘Ramen’Warm and rich Thai flavours come together in this take on a popular street food. Featuring slurp-worthy noodles and plenty of colourful vegetables, this recipe is a complete meal in a bowl.Provençal Oven Roast BeefPurchase Herbes de Provençe (a mixture of basil, fennel seeds, lavender, marjoram, sage, summer savoury and thyme) or create your own custom blend, to flavour this lean and tasty beef roast. Creole Mustard Beef OscarYou can add even more flavour by seasoning the meat with your favourite steak spice.Marinated Steak with Sassy Beer SauceTry a thick-cut Marinating Steak for a casual summer dinner. It’s affordable, tasty and a 2 lb (1 kg) steak can serve 6 people when surrounded with a platter of vegetables. Use brown ale or dry stout in the sauce since they are both rich in malt flavour and will add a bold beer taste. syrupy-Serve the grilled steak sliced thinly across the grain with extra dipping sauce. Java Pepper SteakThe coffee in this recipe may seem unusual, but it beautifully balances the other flavours. If it’s too unconventional for your liking, it can be omitted.Roasted Greek Stuffed Sweet PeppersThis recipe is an updated version of traditional stuffed peppers, having the peppers roasted before stuffing and using heart-healthy ingredients.Barcelona Beef Medallions with Spanish Couscous SaladThe Beef Medallions develop a deep flavour as they tenderize in this simple Spanish-accented marinde. Serve with the Spanish Couscous Salad for a colourful festive meal. If using Grilling Medallions, marinate them for 1 to 2 hours just for flavour. Canada Beef Blade Steak ChiliThis easy and tasty beefy chili developed by Ted Reader the ‘Godfather of the Grill’ is a perfect recipe for big games, ice skating or relaxing Sundays. You can do it old school in a cast iron crock over an open fire like Ted does, or you can use a slow cooker or instant pot (check the size of your appliance first – you may need to half the recipe).Lettuce Wrapped Swiss & Bacon Burger with Barley SlawA gourmet burger recipe gets lightened up by using lettuce instead of a burger bun. Served with a fresh yet hearty coleslaw accented with barley, grainy mustard and fresh dill, this dinner will satisfy a hungry appetite. Easily transform this recipe into a gluten-free option by using cooked quinoa instead of the barley.Cuban Picadillo Burger Rice BowlThe ever-popular rice bowl gets a new twist in this Latin-inspired version with its bold flavours and textures. This is a new way to think about the traditional ‘burger’ meal with the Cuban influence of olives, raisins and warm spices in the beef burger patty, lots of colourful veggies and NO bun!Pan-seared Tenderloin Steaks with Pan-Sauce 3 WaysPan searing is a simple way to create restaurant-style steaks at home. Once you know how, you will be surprised how easy it is to do. The best cuts of beef to use for this recipe are ones labelled ‘grilling steaks’ such as centre cut tenderloin, top sirloin or rib-eye. Serve the pan-seared steak with one of these simple pan sauces. The robust flavour will add extra zip to the steaks. The image is the Ginger-Miso Pan-sauce version. House-Smoked Beef BrisketMost people don’t have a backyard smoker, so this recipe, while unconventional, allows anyone with a regular kitchen stove to produce a brisket with a natural wood-smoke flavor. Note that your house will smell like smoked meat for a couple of days afterward, but that’s not the worst problem to have.
Beef Liver and OnionsI used to hate liver, probably because of a run-in I had with some that wasn’t cooked very well when I was a wee lad. That all changed when I started working in restaurants and cooking liver regularly. I became much more used to the flavour and aroma, and I grew to enjoy it. Liver and onions are a classic diner dish, slightly elevated here with the addition of balsamic vinegar.Grilled Beef HeartThe next time you’re craving beef but you feel like saving a few bucks, why not try beef heart? Heart is a muscle, not an organ, so it has a steak-like quality that people who are squeamish about organs will be cool with. I developed this recipe years ago when I was at Mistura; it’s a cross between a steak dish and a carpaccio. Serve it as an appetizer at your next party and see if anyone notices what cut it is. This recipe calls for the heart to be barbecued, but you can absolutely sear it in a hot frying pan instead.Reverse-Seared Sirloin Cap Steak with Chimichurri SauceVery slowly cooking a steak at low temperature until it reaches the desired internal temperature and then searing it quickly over high heat to get a crust is known as reverse-searing, and it takes a lot of the guesswork out of cooking a steak perfectly. In this recipe, I use the sirloin cap—the triangular muscle that sits on the top sirloin—called a coulotte in France and a picanha steak in Brazil. Whatever you call it, this cut has a natural fat cap, which I leave on while cooking so the rendered fat bastes the steak. If you prefer, you can remove the fat or ask your butcher to do it for you.
Note: Start this at least 12 hours before you plan to eat.Sweet and Sticky Ginger Beef Stir-FrySkip the takeout! Stir-fries are a quick and delicious dinner option on busy weeknights. This recipe uses leftover cooked beef such as steaks or roast beef, which makes dinner, prep even easier. Two-Chili Beef Pot Roast with Roasted SalsaPot roast on the barbecue is easy and delicious. Take the heat out of the kitchen by turning your barbecue into an oven by using the indirect heat method. Heat is placed either to one side or to both sides of the food allowing for even heat and cooking. This barbecue braising method is perfect for cuts of beef that require a longer cooking time. Shawarma Inspired BBQ Beef with Cauliflower Slaw and Tahini SpreadShawarma is a dish in Middle Eastern cuisine consisting of meat cut into thin slices, stacked in a cone-like shape, and roasted on a slowly-turning vertical rotisserie or spit. Andrea Buckett Cooks has created a delicious and simple Shawarma inspired recipe using the indirect heat barbecue roasting method. The flavourful thin-cut barbecued beef slices are served on a bun topped with refreshing and colourful cauliflower slaw and a simple tahini spread.Cheeseburger FrittataAll the classic flavour of a cheeseburger baked into a frittata! A frittata is a great meal option for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The flavour combinations are endless. Feel free to get creative and add your favourite cheeseburger toppings.
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