Chef Mills of the Fairmont Royal York created these lovely light beef bites with oven-roasted beef Tri-tip, but the recipe would also serve well made with any leftover thinly sliced cooked steak. So delicious, you’ll be cooking up an extra steak next time you grill just so you can make these bites the next day – intentional leftovers! The original recipe was adapted to this version for home kitchens by the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence.
In honour of Canada’s 150th, we’ve planted our stake (steak) by (finally) naming a steak after a famous Canadian icon – the longest (debatable) street in the world! Chef Mills, Executive Chef of the Fairmont Royal York, THANK YOU! The original recipe was adapted to this version for home kitchens by the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence.
Chef Clinton Zhu of Shanghai brings his home-country influence to Canadian tables. The original recipe was adapted to this version for home kitchens by the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence.
This 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!
This recipe was inspired by Chef Alexis Bostelmann from Mexico.
Inspired by a recipe developed by Mexican chef, Federico López, this recipe has been simplified for cooking at home. The radishes can be prepared ahead and make a nice condiment for salads or other beef meals.
Globally inspired, this warm dinner-sandwich, reminiscent of Vietnamese Banh Mi, has been adapted from a recipe developed by Mexican Chef Josefina Santacruz. For convenience, make Pickled Veggies ahead using bagged prepared match-stick carrots or broccoli slaw. Marinating the short ribs is important to maximize flavour.
I have such fond memories of visiting the “satay street” alongside Lau Pa Sat market in downtown Singapore. Everyone sits along long tables as the smoke from the charcoal stay stalls wafts down the street, as platters of sataya skewers are dropped in front of you.
While not a traditional pairing with satay, I love the cooling effect of rojak, since it refreshes and cleanses your palate in between bites of the flavourful satay (and yes, I even like adding Sambal Belacan to it!)
Recipe developed by Anna Olson. Recipe adapted by Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence.
A classic Reuben sandwich is a restaurant favourite sandwich that can be easily made at home. Perfect for parties or weekend get-togethers. These sandwiches are great to feed a crowd.
Oven-roasting the meatballs instead of pan-frying leaves you free to make the sauce. The meatballs can be assembled the night before, if you wish so you can just pop them in the oven when you get home from work. The sauce can also be made ahead. Serve with cooked rice or rice noodles and snow peas.
You can serve slices of the meatloaf with rice or try serving in taco shells dressed with salsa and other taco toppings for fun. Any leftover meatloaf can be crumbled to use as a quesadilla filling or a tostado topping.
Nothing says "Sunday Dinner" like a classic roast beef with gravy dinner with all the trimmings. Roast don't take a lot of work and there are so many different ways to use any leftover beef. Start a tradition in your home this Sunday!
Add a gooey, cheesy twist to these mini meat loaves. These mini meat loaves are sure to be a hit with everyone in your family.
A quick stir-fry that combines flavourful steak with colourful vegetables. This recipe will quickly become a weeknight favourite.
This tasty hot sandwich is ready in under 30 minutes. These mini cheeseburger sliders will quickly become a weeknight winner.
This 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.
Beef stew is the perfect winter recipe. This delicious beef and mushroom stew will make the house smell inviting and cozy. The combination of beef and vegetables with the perfect blend of seasonings will have people asking for seconds.
Vous pouvez servir ceux-ci comme tapas ou garnir des pommes de terre au four ou servir sur du riz.
Beef Tenderloin is marinated with Asian seasonings just for flavour, reserving the marinade to use in the flavourful Finishing Sauce. Although relatively easy to make, there are quite a few components to this recipe. Simplify the dish by making the Barley and Mushrooms ahead warming them just before serving.