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. 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!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.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!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.Steak and Broccoli Stir-FryA quick stir-fry that combines flavourful steak with colourful vegetables. This recipe will quickly become a weeknight favourite.Asian Beef NoodlesServe stir-fry recipe over whole wheat spaghetti or rice noodles. For 4 servings, cook 6 oz (175 g) pasta while the meat marinates.Ginger Beef and Mushroom Stir-FryA variety of textures and colours are a feature of most stir-fries. Here, the goodness of beef pairs up with delicious crisp-tender vegetables and velvety mushrooms. For convenience you can slice or chop ingredients and refrigerate for up to one day ahead.Asian Beef and Bean Stir-FryFor a speedy second meal from this recipe, double the batch of the cooked ground beef mixture and freeze in sealed container for up to 3 months. To prepare the meal from the frozen cooked ground beef mixture, just thaw and cook with the green beans and red pepper.Moroccan Beef Stir-FryThis Moroccan Beef Stir-Fry recipe features spices you probably already have in your cupboard and turn ground beef into an interesting supper dish with exotic North African flavours.Thai Style Beef and Broccoli Stir-FryVary the vegetables in this colourful beef stir-fry recipe according to your family’s tastes; snow peas, sweet peppers and bean sprouts are all good additions. If you can't find Stir-fry Beef Strips just ask the meat counter staff to cut any Beef Grilling Steak into strips for you to make this tasty Thai Style Beef & Broccoli Stir-Fry.Orange Ginger Beef Stir-fryWho needs takeout? With convenient ready-to-use stir-fry vegetables, this delicious beef recipe can be ready in a flash. Serve with rice. Look for Chinese Five Spice and hoisin sauce in the Asian sections at your grocery store or at Asian markets.Beef Stir-Fry Barbecue StyleWith a barbecue wok you can take this beef stir-fry recipe outside to the grill!Beef Curry Stir-FryYou can slice your own beef stir-fry strips from a Grilling or Fast-fry steak for this recipe or better yet, get the staff at the meat counter to do it for you.Stoplight Beef Stir-FryThe trio of sweet peppers in red, yellow, green was the inspiration for the name of this quick-cooking stir-fry. You can substitute Strip Loin Grilling Steaks for the Top Sirloin if you like – no need to cut them in half to start.Barbecue Sirloin Stir-FryHere's a great way to balance your meat and veggies — this recipe is just like having a stir-fry from the grill! You can substitute a thick-cut marinating steak for the grilling steak. Just increase the marinating time to 12 to 24 hours.
We take your interest in our newsletter as a compliment and respect your right to privacy. We will not share or distribute your personal information and you can opt out anytime. We hope you enjoy our newsletter, thank you for Joining Us! ~Canada Beef