No-Bake Beef and Veggie LasagnaBeef and Mushroom Stew with Glazed Carrots and Puffed Pastry CroutonMake this hearty stew with Stewing Beef such as Stewing Beef Cubes or Shank or cubes that are cut from Short Ribs or Simmering Steaks such as: Cross Rib, Blade or Brisket.Cowboy CupcakesThese little lasagnas are easy to make and are the perfect nosh for game night at home or a tailgate party out at the field. One easy recipe makes many and kids love them too. Switch-up the flavours to make the mix Mexican or Greek versions – variety is the spice of life!Braised Beef CurryThis mildly spiced curry is easy to pull together and takes advantage of less premium cuts of beef. This recipe came to us from Chef Clinton during his visit from China to our Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence.Traditional Beef TourtièreTourtiere is a French Canadian classic dish that is traditionally serviced Christmas eve. If you’ve never had tourtière as a family tradition, this one is so easy and so delicious, we’re guessing that this one will be it!Sirloin Beef GratinSavour the flavour of lean sirloin beef in this easy bistro classic – the perfect end to a busy day. It’s a family-friendly recipe that’s still fancy enough for friends on a Friday night. Big Bonus: It doesn’t take a lot of pots and pans to prepare Sirloin Beef Gratin.Sweet Potato Shepherd’s PieEnjoy this new style Shepherd's Pie -- a flavorful ground beef filling topped with a vitamin rich mashed sweet potato topping. YUM!Make-Ahead Mexican Beef LasagnaDinner’s ready and waiting in the refrigerator with this Make-Ahead Mexican Lasagna recipe. Since tortillas take the place of noodles this is easier to make than traditional lasagna. Quick nutrition tip: Make with whole wheat tortillas, extra lean beef and lower-fat dairy products.Shepherd’s PieThe mushrooms in this Shepherd's Pie recipe add a depth of flavour to this classic beef dish. If your children are squeamish about mushrooms you can finely chop them and they’ll never know they’re there. You can sneak in some carrots too, if you finely grate them first.Beef Greek LasagnaWith oven-ready noodles and Big Batch Beef, this recipe pulls together in a snap! If you want to skip making the Big Batch Beef, use 1 lb (500 g) fresh ground beef, browned with 1 EACH onion and clove garlic, minced.BEEF AND PASTA FLORENTINE BAKEThis recipe is a snap to make with Big Batch Beef! To make with fresh ground beef instead of Big Batch, brown 1 lb (500 g) Lean Ground Beef in the Dutch oven pot before adding the stewed tomatoes.Sunny Day Shepherd’s PieShepherd's pie is comfort food at its finest. With just 241 calories per serving and a beta carotene-rich sweet potato topping, this version is a healthy twist on the old standby!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.Beef and Pasta FlorentineThis crowd pleasing dinner-in-one casserole recipe is perfect when you have many at the table — a snap to make, easy to serve and faster to cook than a frozen lasagna. PLUS – you get all four food groups in this one dish, so good nutrition just takes care of itself. Lean Ground Round delivers BIG BEEF flavour as well as 14 essential nutrients including all five B-complex vitamins.Mediterranean Beef and Pasta BakeNot your typical Mac’ n’ Beef or Shipwreck Casserole, this recipe for Mediterranean Beef & Pasta Bake makes hearty and healthy go hand-in-hand. If pressed for time, skip the baking and use as a stove-top dish.Cabbage Roll CasseroleThis recipe is like a cross between traditional cabbage rolls and lasagna -- but much faster and easier to make than either! This wholesome casserole contains 3 out of the 4 food groups as recommended by Canada's Food Guide and is high in protein, low in fat and 100% gluten-free.Cowboy Ground Beef and Bean CasseroleRound up your posse with this yummy quick and easy one-pot casserole. This retro-inspired recipe packs in some serious nutrition. Top with grated cheese to get all four food groups in each serving. Each serving is an excellent source of zinc and a very high source of fibre.
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