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.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. Beef Sushi-Style Roll-UpsThese roll-ups are a creative way of making a budget steak dinner something special! Feel free to mix-up the veggie combinations with what you have on hand. Shortcut note: Use leftover cooked vegetables and rice from a supper enjoyed the previous night.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. 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.Quick Beef Pot PieTurn leftover roast beef into an easy and delicious pot pie perfect for any weeknight meal. The puff pastry adds a flaky top layer to the rich beef filling. Customize to your liking by adding in any of your favourite vegetables. The ultimate comfort food dinner idea.Meat Loaf with HerbsThis Anne Lindsay extra-lean ground beef recipe appears in the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada cookbook: Lighthearted at Home. Korean Quick Roast with Super Simple Stir-fryHere's a small roast that's a big idea! Perfect for small families, Quick Roasts are 1 lb (500 g) fresh beef roasts that are cut from traditional Oven Roasts. Since they cook in less than an hour, they are perfect for dinners during the week. Serve this not-so-traditional roast beef recipe with steamed rice and the Super Simple Stir-fry. Beef’n Cheese Stuffed PotatoesHere’s a meat'n'potatoes appetizer or paired with a salad, a light family meal the kid's will love. The small potatoes micro-bake in minutes and with Big Batch Beef, they're ready in a flash! If you want to skip making the Big Batch Beef, pan-fry 1 lb (500 g) fresh ground beef with 1 EACH onion and clove garlic, minced – take what you need for the recipe and save the rest to add to pasta sauce for next night's dinner. Beef and Pasta ProntoAn easy, satisfying dinner recipe that's perfect for every-night cooking. Beef is what makes Beef and Pasta Pronto best! 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.Slow-Cooker Beef PoutineThis super-simple crowd-pleasing recipe uses basic pantry ingredients that come together in a snap - you're free to play all day as dinner simmers in the slow cooker!Steak and Broccoli Stir-FryA quick stir-fry that combines flavourful steak with colourful vegetables. This recipe will quickly become a weeknight favourite.Slow Cooker Pulled Beef Barbacoa-styleThe slow-cooker is great to use all year-round. Use it in summer to help keep your kitchen cool and ensure that you are out of the kitchen enjoying summer-fun! If you find Ancho chili paste in the grocery store, you can substitute it for the canned chipotle peppers.Corned Beef Dinner with Marmalade GlazeThis recipe is a perennial favourite for St. Patrick's day. Use a large slow cooker (20 to 24 cup or 5 to 6 L) for this recipe. If you have a smaller one, cut the corned beef brisket to fit. The cabbage is cooked separately after meat is finished so it won't impart its strong flavour to the other vegetables. Serve with your favourite mustard.Slow-Cooker Beef GoulashServe this hearty dish with a dollop of sour cream if you like and steaming hot egg noodles or mashed potatoes. This recipe makes enough for casual entertaining or make the Small Batch Version (below) to serve a small family (serves 2 with leftovers).Slow Cooker Spiced Beef BrisketWith the slow cooker started in the morning, dinner is ready when you are!Hearty Beef Minestrone SoupMinestrone is a thick soup of Italian origin made with vegetables, often with the addition of pasta or rice, sometimes both. This version features alphabet pasta. With the addition of ground beef this stew-like minestrone is hearty enough to be a main course. Both kids and parents will love this recipe. 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.
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