Vietnamese Beef Noodle SoupThis shortcut version of pho, Vietnam’s beloved comfort food, comes together quickly for a satisfying bowl of goodness. Use Thai basil, if it is available, for a more authentic flavor.
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.Singapore Noodles with Beef and Chick PeasThis recipe for Singapore Noodles with Beef & Chick Peas gets its inspiration from an Indonesian fried-rice dish, Nasi Goreng. Its bold flavours more than compensate for lower fat and sodium content – there’s certainly no compromise in taste!Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Wine SauceHere is the perfect burger recipe when it gets to be too cold for grilling. When is a hamburger, not just a hamburger? When it's a Salisbury Steak served with this yummy wine and mushroom sauce!Curried Beef and LentilsA single serving of this beef recipe provides a whopping fifty percent of your daily value of zinc. Serve over rice. To prepare lentils, cook 2/3 cup (150 mL) dried green lentils at a simmer in 1-1/2 cups (375 mL) salted water for about 30 minutes or until soft but not mushy. Lentils can be made in advance.Robust Rubs for Grilling SteaksIf you want a switch from simple salt and pepper, try a rub. Rubs can be wet or dry and work well on any Grilling Steak. Combing ingredients and rub mix into the meat. Cook right away or refrigerate for several hour before grilling. These recipes make enough rub for a least 1 to 2 lb (500 g to 1 kg) of steak. Any remaining rub can be covered and refrigerated for up to 3 days. Balsamic and Red Wine Glazed Beef BruschettaHere’s a winter take on a summer favourite. Serve the beef alongside the toasted baguette slices and have guests assemble OR spoon beef mixture into ready-made croustades for an easy one-bite appetizer. Make speedy Wilted Spinach as an option to serve as a baguette topping under the beef if you like.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 Simple Spaghetti SauceSpaghetti is a family favourite and this pasta sauce features the Big Batch Beef recipe which is a convenient way to prepare dinner quickly on those busy nights. Beef Kibbeh Sliders with Harissa MayoChef Anna Olson makes the take on these Middle-East inspired sliders interesting with a unique spice blend and texture that defines Kibbeh. Soaked bulgur wheat added to the beef mix adds a crunch to the sliders. And, rather than making the sliders with ground beef, Flat Iron Steak is cut by hand to make the patties, giving them a ‘steak-y’ quality.Tex-Mex Beef TacosTacos are a great weekend night dinner solution. Prepare the Big Batch Tex-Mex Beef recipe ahead and scoop out the amount of meat you need to make these tacos. This beef mixture is also great lunchtime solution. Pack 1/2 cup of the meat mixture into a microwave safe lunch container. Pack the taco fixings. At lunchtime, heat the beef mixture and assemble with taco fixings.Steak and Broccoli Stir-FryA quick stir-fry that combines flavourful steak with colourful vegetables. This recipe will quickly become a weeknight favourite.Lazy Mini Cheeseburger SlidersThis tasty hot sandwich is ready in under 30 minutes. These mini cheeseburger sliders will quickly become a weeknight winner.Beef Stroganoff SoupThis Beef Stroganoff soup recipe is a fun and easy twist on a dinnertime favourite. Soup is a fantastic quick and simple solution for busy weeknights. Add a simple side salad and a crusty piece of rustic bread and you've got a great meal solution.Touch-Down Beef Burger with Grilled Onion and Toasty BunThis burger says 'Olé' from the burger right through to the bun!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.Speedy Skillet Steak with Rapid RatatouilleMinute or Fast-fry Steaks make the perfect speedy weeknight dinner.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.
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