Smashing BurgerThe Smashing Burger is a great way to enjoy burgers in the winter season without firing up the grill in the snow! Enjoy burgers that are extra crispy on the outside, while still juicy on the inside. Crispy is the key! Chef Mathieu Paré of the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence shows Canadian Women's Hockey Player Haley Irwin how to make these Smashing Burgers at home.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.Not Yo’ Mommas MeatloafWhole wheat couscous, extra lean ground beef and tons of healthy veggies makes this meatloaf a complete and satisfying meal!Spaghetti With Tomato Sauce and Grand Cheese Stuffed Beef MeatballsThis hearty pasta favourite, includes about 10 tender large meatballs with the sauce. Poaching the meatballs right in the sauce simplifies cooking and clean-up and ensures there is a good meaty and cheesy flavour throughout the sauce.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!Muffin-Sized Pizza Beef Meat LoavesThe recipe for these little Muffin-Sized Pizza beef meat loaves are the perfect size and flavour for children’s meals – serve them with the Vegetable Sauce and some pasta to complete the meal.Mini Beef Meat LoavesThese mini meat loaves can be served hot from the oven or wrap each cooled loaf individually and freeze them for future fast meals – they heat from frozen in minutes. Children love this Mini Beef Meat Loaf recipe!Italian Beef RollThis Italian-style beef loaf is a colorful spiral of peppers, prosciutto, provolone and pine nuts - it tastes as sensational as it looks. 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.International Burgers with Team KoeThis past May, Team Koe came to the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence for a "Burger Challenge". Each team member learned some new tips and tricks for making a delicious beef patty. Each team member was given a burger name and challenged to develop a new burger creation based on the name. The guys were pretty creative. Try one or try them all.No-Bake Beef and Veggie LasagnaMakes 4 servingsSo 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 SauceSo-Trendy Sirloin SlidersThese lean mini burgers are oven-baked for maximum juiciness and easy cooking . To make regular size burgers, form meat mixture into six 3/4-inch (2 cm) thick patties and grill over medium-high heat for 5 to 7 minutes per side.Nonna Ortenzia’s MeatballsEmily Richards, P.H.Ec., shared with Canada Beef her Nonna's (Nana's) veal meatball recipe from her cookbook Per La Famiglia. These moist and tasty meatballs will be a hit with friends and family.Meat Loaf with HerbsThis Anne Lindsay extra-lean ground beef recipe appears in the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada cookbook: Lighthearted at Home. 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. Wild Mushroom and Beef Ragout with PolentaThis is a delicious all-purpose meat sauce from cookbook author Bonnie Stern. Try it over pasta too. Just a little bit of sausage adds a lot of flavour to the recipe, but you can omit it if you prefer and use an equal amount of lean beef.Beef and Pasta ProntoAn easy, satisfying dinner recipe that's perfect for every-night cooking. Beef is what makes Beef and Pasta Pronto best! All Family Big Batch Beef ChiliAdapted from a recipe by Chef Jean-Francois Fortin of the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, this chili makes a big pot – perfect for when you have the gang over or want to stock your freezer with speedy weeknight dinners. The seasoning is quite mild so if you want to spice it up, serve with some hot sauce or add ½ tsp chili pepper flakes while sautéing the seasonings.
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