Beef Involtini with AsparagusThis is a super way to take advantage of budget priced less tender steaks that you can be proud to serve to company. We used Inside Round for our tests but Sirloin Tip and other Round Steak would work as well. Our steaks were sliced about ¼-inch thick when purchased. You could substitute 1 tbsp shredded aged Cheddar or crumbled blue cheese per steak instead of the goat cheese if you wish. To serve 4, simply double the recipe.
Canadian-Beef-Quick-QuesadillasQuick QuesadillasQuick Quesadillas transform leftover pulled pot roast into a next day dinner on the run!
Speedy Beef Sloppy JoesWith Big Batch Beef in the freezer, it's so easy to get a good-for-you super speedy weeknight meal! For singles in the kitchen, just divide ingredients by 4: 1/2 cup Big Batch Beef, 1/4 can of the pizza sauce, 1/3 cup frozen veggies, 1/2 tsp Worcestershire and a tablespoon of water. As a pantry staple, make up some Big Batch Beef for the first year college student in your life so you're sure they start off eating right.
Canadian-Beef-Mexican-Barbecoa-Beef-BitesMexican Barbecoa Beef BitesThis slow simmer dinner is perfect for a small family on a cold winter's day. Since it is made with Simmering Steak, you get a meal that is much like a stew or pot roast. It's perfect to prepare in the slow cooker.
Speedy Roast Beef StroganoffRoast beef is the ultimate convenience food when used as the spring board for the next-day meal! This stroganoff is absolutely AMAZING when made with tender bites of leftover medium-rare Prime Rib Roast! Your dinner's all ready as soon as the noodles are cooked!
Stuffed Beef Cabbage RollsSatisfying casseroles like this recipe for Stuffed Beef Cabbage Rolls are always a welcome choice when planning make-ahead meals for the freezer.
Canadian-Beef-Minestrone-with-Mucho-MeatballsMinestrone with Mucho MeatballsThis hearty minestrone comes with a multitude of meatballs! To avoid toughening meatballs, use your hands for mixing meatball ingredients and SHAPE GENTLY when forming the meatballs.
Beef ‘n Cheese PinwheelsIf left unsliced, this recipe makes 4 delicious wraps that are perfect for a light dinner or lunch. Canadian beef paired with cheese makes them so good and so good for you.
Beef with Baby Greens Salad and Horseradish VinaigretteThis is a great way to use leftover Oven Roast Beef or Grilling Steak -- smart cooks grill an extra steak when barbecuing in order to have one leftover to make a speedy next-day meal like this one. Always let cooked steaks stand for 5 minutes before slicing them across the grain to serve in salads or wraps.
Teriyaki Surf and Turf Beef SaladA fast and flavourful meal, this Teriyaki Surf & Turf Beef Salad can be easily scaled back to serve just two, by dividing the recipe ingredients in half.
Canadian-Beef-Wild-West-Pulled-BeefWild West Pulled BeefThis recipe dresses up a packaged fully-cooked Beef Pot Roast that you can buy at the meat counter. Wild West Pulled Beef is a super speedy solution to dinnertime dilemmas!
Top Sirloin Cap Au NaturalThere is nothing quite like a simple meal of barbecued steak with a garden salad and Garlic Smashed Potatoes. Use Grilling Steak such as Top Sirloin, Strip Loin or Tri-tip if you like.
Asian Beef Noodle BowlSo simple to make with so few dishes to clean up — this recipe for Asian Beef Noodles is a nutritious dinner in a bowl.
Beef and Fine Cheddar WrapsBy adding cashews, pepper jelly and watercress to these Beef 'n Fine Cheddar Wraps, your lunch bag looks soooo grown up! And the Canadian beef and aged Cheddar combination the recipe uses it makes them soooo good for you. Use very thinly sliced roast beef for the wraps so that they don’t get too bulky when rolling up. You can use deli roast beef if you don’t have any leftover roast.
Two Tomato Beef with PastaBuy ready-cut Stir-fry Strips at the meat counter to get this Mediterranean flavoured stir-fry recipe on the table faster than ever. If you can't find strips ready-cut, just ask the meat counter staff to cut them for you from any Beef Grilling Steak. Serve with some warm garlic bread.

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