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 flavour. 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. Tortellini SoupOn a cold day nothing beats a hearty soup! This is a delicious way to get your veggies along with your protein via extra lean ground beef. This is a simple and quick recipe for first time cooks to try. Ginger Beef & Mushroom NoodlesThe classic flavours of ginger and beef make this veggie-rich dish an excellent way to get in your veggies and protein for the day. This dish highlights how different food groups work together to make tasty, beautiful food that is good for you too!One Pot Cheesy Broccoli Ground Beef and RiceOne pot meals are perfect for a busy night and an easy clean up ! Impress your family with the delicious all-in-one meal, healthy and tasty, using ingredients you have right in your pantry and freezer. Make meals faster then take-out with Big Batch Beef and 20-minute rice.Rainbow Beef Stir-FryThe colours alone could knock this one out of the park, but the sweet, savoury and somewhat exotic flavours carry it the extra mile. This is a fantastic dish for any occasion, any time of year. Golden Rice & BeefThe colours alone could knock this one out of the park, but the sweet, savoury and somewhat exotic flavours carry it the extra mile. This is a fantastic dish for any occasion, any time of year.Beef and Egg Fried RiceThis recipe for Egg and Beef Fried Rice is perfect for the beginner cook! Nothing beats a whole meal in one pot and is a great way to start cooking in the kitchen. This recipe is protein rich thanks to the eggs and beef. Plus it is easy to pack for lunches in a thermos or bundle with an ice pack and enjoy cold.Beef Koftas with Tzatziki Bean DipKoftas are a traditional beef on-a-stick street food from the Middle East. Beef is high in easy-to-absorb heme iron to help fight fatigue. The beans are high in fibre, so they will help keep you feeling full. The meat and beans work perfectly together. Known as the meat factor, the meat increases the absorption of the non-heme iron from the bean dip by 150%. Talk about a great team!
Beef Sushi RollsThis sushi is fit for everyone!
Not everyone is into raw fish, so this roll is the perfect introduction to sushi. These cute rolls are perfect for a packed lunch.Philly Cheese Steak SandwichUp your sandwich game with a Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, this recipe is a quick way to pull together a hot balanced meal. Serve with some cut up veggies on the side and water. Once the cheese has melted, enjoy this scrumptious sandwich right away or pack and take on the go. Perfect for a quick weeknight meal if you are on your way to soccer practice!Blended SlidersBeef and beans are a perfect match both nutritionally and flavour-wise in these delicious sliders! The protein from the beef and the fibre from the beans makes a dynamite combination that helps keep you feeling fuller for longer. Both beef and beans provide iron – beef provides heme iron while beans provide non-heme iron.Heuvos Rancheros OmeletteThis omelette style of ranchers eggs is packed full of protein and fibre for a heathy breakfast or meal any time of day!Marinade Marvels for Marinating SteaksSpice up summer meals with go-to grilling marinades. A marinade usually contains acidic ingredients, like lemon juice or vinegar, that break down proteins and work as liquid tenderizers. A great marinade coats, flavours and helps keep beef moist. These all-purpose and simple marinades make everything better.
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