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.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.Grilled Flank Steak and Puttanesca SaladAndrea Buckett Cooks created this delicious steak recipe which incorporates all the flavours we love about "puttanesca" into a summer fresh salad. The steak is grilled with only salt and pepper then gets a “reverse rub” after it comes off the grill. This means the flavours of the rub get to shine and aren’t dimmed by charring on the BBQ. The flank steak doesn’t need to be marinated to be tender. You simply have to cut it in thin slices against the grain. This is a brilliant recipe chocked-full of flavour and perfect to feed a crowd.Brazilian Grilled Picanha with Fresh SaladThe beauty of this famous Brazilian grilled steak dish is its simplicity…it’s all about the beef! No fancy marinades or add-ons define picanha, but this top sirloin cap is lean, tender, and has a deep beef flavor which is heightened by grilling over high heat, charcoal if possible.
To complement the slices of grilled picanha, try this fresh, colouful vegetable salad. In summer, field vegetables are at their tastiest, but this salad has been designed to be just as delicious using Canadian hothouse gems, grown year-round.
Grilled Steak and Potato SaladMeat and potatoes are a spectacular combination on the same plate; now jam them together in a bowl, for a super-delicious salad, and dinner is served.
Mini Inside-Out CheeseburgersThese yummy mini burgers, are just the right bite for our pint-sized burger fans or serve them up as sliders for appetizers.Chilean Pebre Beef Medallions with PastaPebre is a slightly hot pesto-like sauce that makes a wonderful accompaniment to beef and pasta. In Chile, this fresh herb sauce is a staple on the table. You can use any thick-cut Grilling steak instead of Medallions if you like.Teriyaki Noodles with BeefThere are oodles of noodles and veggies in this heart-healthy one-dish dinner. If sodium content is a concern, you can use Lea & Perrins or sodium-reduced soy sauce instead of regular soy sauce.So Simple Korean BeefServe warm Korean Beef spooned into individual Bibb lettuce leaves. Top with a squeeze of lime juice and toppings such as diced sweet red pepper, shredded carrot, cucumber, torn cilantro or mint leaves.So-Trendy Sirloin SlidersThese lean mini burgers are oven-baked for maximum juiciness and easy cooking . To make regular size burgers, form meat mixture into six 3/4-inch (2 cm) thick patties and grill over medium-high heat for 5 to 7 minutes per side.Campfire Coffee RubThis rub works great with thick, tender and juicy steak cuts from the top sirloin, rib or strip loin. The resulting sweet, savoury and charred flavours bring out the best in your beef and work beautifully with bold red wines and dark craft beers like black lagers, porters and stouts - a perfect pairing to summer evenings at home with family and friends.Barbecoa-style BurgersThis burger recipe was inspired by a team of Mexican chefs that were hosted at the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence. We recommend using Medium Ground Beef for best flavour. If using Lean or Extra Lean, add in a tablespoon or so of butter, cream or minced bacon to enhance flavour. Sauté the onion and garlic to incorporate into the patty better than if added uncooked. If you can find Ancho Sauce in the grocery store, that can substitute for the chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.Beef & Mushroom Thai Lettuce CupsA super tasty and easy meal with Asian inspired flavours that come from ingredients that you likely have in your fridge. To make it a stand-alone meal (minus the lettuce cups), stir in some frozen mixed veggies, cook through and serve with steamed rice.Beef “Lollipops” with Cantaloupe SaladServe with the suggested salad or just serve as beef bites with the reserved dressing as a dipping sauce. If you want more of an orange flavour in the dressing, try adding a teaspoon or so of orange juice concentrate (undiluted). OPTION: If you would rather just serve slivers of cooked steak with the salad, you can skip making the lollipops and cook steak whole, carving it across the grain to serve. Miso Beef and Romaine LettuceA de-lightful dinner doesn’t have to be difficult! Rub a steak with miso in the morning and make the simple salad to pair with it that night.Beer-Soaked Beef Rotisserie Roast with Skillet Corn & Kale SaladCook using a rotisserie or by indirect heat on the barbecue. You can use any Rotisserie Roast: Top Sirloin, Sirloin Tip, Outside or Inside Round, Cross Rib or Prime Rib.Beef and Spinach Salad with Candied PecansTry this beef salad recipe for bistro-style dining at home.Beef and Lentil SaladRich in zinc, iron and vitamin B12, this salad works well for a first-class Italian-style country picnic or patio buffet dinner. It’s also good tucked into a pita or tortilla as a wrap for lunches.The Better Taco SaladThis pretty salad is a healthy alternative to the traditional nacho platter. Makes eight 1-1/2 cup (375 mL) servings.
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