Chilean Pebre Beef Medallions with PastaChilean Pebre Beef Medallions with PastaPebre is a slightly hot pesto-like sauce that makes a wonderful accompaniment to beef and pasta. In Chile, this fresh herb sauce is a staple on the table. You can use any thick-cut Grilling steak instead of Medallions if you like.
Teriyaki Noodles with BeefTeriyaki 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.
Beef and Pasta ProntoBeef and Pasta ProntoAn easy, satisfying dinner recipe that's perfect for every-night cooking. Beef is what makes Beef and Pasta Pronto best!
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!
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.
so simple meat sauceSo-Simple Meat Sauce (or a Rich Romantic Ragoût)All dressed up with just a few pantry ingredients and the kids so-Simple Meat Sauce becomes a Rich Romantic Ragoût! Talk about chemistry, the alchemy of anchovy, tomato, black olives and red wine combine to bring ground sirloin’s beefy flavour to the forefront – a potent combination to tease taste buds and brighten the senses. Seasoning Strategy for spicing things up: chili pepper flakes turn up the heat while tomato paste, anchovy, black olives and red wine all enhance browned beef’s meaty flavour with naturally occurring glutamates. They add depth of flavour known as umami – “the fifth flavour”.
Speedy Roast Beef StroganoffRoast beef is the ultimate convenience food when used as the spring board for the next-day meal! This stroganoff is absolutely AMAZING when made with tender bites of leftover medium-rare Prime Rib Roast! Your dinner's all ready as soon as the noodles are cooked!
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.
Rich Beef Ragu SauceThis recipe for delicious slow-cooker Rich Beef Ragu Sauce gets its smooth rich flavour from the vinegar and butter that is stirred in at the end.
Spaghetti and Beef PieDo the chopping and cook the beef and pasta in advance. That way the kids can take over the kitchen, making this recipe for Spaghetti & Beef Pie themselves by simply assembling and heating in the microwave. This recipe's a handy way to use up any leftover spaghetti.
spaghetti sauceSpeedy Spaghetti SauceWith Big Batch Beef in the freezer, made-from-scratch meat sauce has never been so quick to make!
Canadian-Beef-Beef-and-Pasta-FlorentineBeef 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.
Canadian Beef Mediterranean Beef and Pasta BakeMediterranean 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.
CURRY in a HURRYAdd coconut milk and curry paste to your pantry for a beef curry that's faster than take-out!
Stuffed ShellsFlorentine Beef and Cheese Stuffed ShellsThe two-pan plan... Although this recipe may seem a bit fussy, it makes two pans, so you can bake one for the kids right away and refrigerate the other to bake for your Date Night Dinner while they watch their favourite Harry Potter movie. Serve theirs with a glass of milk and some veggies and dip and yours with a side-salad of baby greens dressed with balsamic vinaigrette (using their veggie and dip leftovers to add to your salad of course!) And don’t forget your glass of ‘red’ – you deserve it. Cheers! Makes 10 servings.

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