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House-Smoked Beef BrisketMost people don’t have a backyard smoker, so this recipe, while unconventional, allows anyone with a regular kitchen stove to produce a brisket with a natural wood-smoke flavor. Note that your house will smell like smoked meat for a couple of days afterward, but that’s not the worst problem to have.
Shawarma Inspired BBQ Beef with Cauliflower Slaw and Tahini SpreadShawarma is a dish in Middle Eastern cuisine consisting of meat cut into thin slices, stacked in a cone-like shape, and roasted on a slowly-turning vertical rotisserie or spit. Andrea Buckett Cooks has created a delicious and simple Shawarma inspired recipe using the indirect heat barbecue roasting method. The flavourful thin-cut barbecued beef slices are served on a bun topped with refreshing and colourful cauliflower slaw and a simple tahini spread.Philly Cheese Steak SandwichUp your sandwich game with a Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, this recipe is a quick way to pull together a hot balanced meal. Serve with some cut up veggies on the side and water. Once the cheese has melted, enjoy this scrumptious sandwich right away or pack and take on the go. Perfect for a quick weeknight meal if you are on your way to soccer practice!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.Beef Kare Kare with Garlic RiceChef Anna Olson: “I discovered Kare Kare on my very first trip to the Philippines. I loved the intense aroma and the richness of the sauce, and it inspired me to prepare it at home. If I’m looking for a more casual way to serve it, especially if I’ve made the dish the day before, I serve my Kare Kare beef as a burrito. Since this isn’t readily available here in Canada, I use paprika – it adds a nice colour and is very tasty without being spicy.”Braised Beef Short Rib Sandwich with Pickled Veggies & Roasted Garlic MayonnaiseGlobally 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.Classic Reuben SandwichA 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.Roast Beef Sliders with Pickle Relish and AioliPetite Tender Shoulder Beef Oven Roast is a new cut that you should ask for at the butcher shop, but a centre-cut beef tenderloin will work as well. Any leftover relish will keep in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. It makes a great condiment for hamburgers or sandwiches. To simplify the prep, you can make the aioli and the relish a few days ahead.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.Beef KoftasServe Koftas as a main course or make smaller to serve as appetizers. Good made with smoked paprika too. Can be shaped into meatballs or sliders if you like. Serve with warmed pita and a dipping sauce such as yogourt with chopped mint and a bit of ground cumin stirred in.Summertime Slow-cooker Pulled BeefThe slow-cooker in summer is the perfect way to keep your kitchen cool. Use it to cook beef pot roast for amazing pulled beef that's great for topping buns or baked potatoes. Make ahead for the ultimate convenience.Greek Beef Pot Roast and More…This slow-cooker beef recipe serves 4 to 6 with enough left over for delicious dinner options the next night.Layered Beef Mediterranean LoafThis recipe for a Layered Beef Mediterranean sandwich is a nice addition to your next picnic.Mediterranean PaniniThis meal-worthy sandwich is strong on nutrients thanks to lean Canadian beef. Substitute hummus or tzatziki sauce for the mayonnaise if you like.
Texas-Style Beef Brisket SandwichesThis down-home favourite recipe for Texas-Style Beef Brisket Sandwiches uses hickory-flavoured barbecue sauce to add a rich, smoky flavour.Super Roast Beef SandwichHere's a great way to get an extra meal from leftover roast beef. For a do-it-yourself sandwich buffet, set out a platter of thinly sliced roast beef with condiments such as pepper jelly and Dijon, some crumbled or thinly sliced cheese and baby arugula. Even broken pecans or walnuts are a nice touch as a topping. Make sandwiches with Kaiser buns for a he-man style sandwich.Barcelona Roast BeefEnjoy this delicious roast beef as sandwiches or serve as roast beef dinner buffet with a variety of side salads.Grilled Beef Club with Southwestern MayoThis updated club sandwich is dressed up with a lively spice rub and matching Special Sauce. The toasted bun can be topped off with a prepared pesto sauce and some crumbled feta if desired. For a recipe short-cut, substitute some of your favourite smokey barbecue sauce instead of making the spice rub.Japanese-style Beef Steak SandwichIf you can`t find a Strip Loin Grilling Steak, you can substitute any other Grilling Steak like Top Sirloin or Rib Eye. You can also sub-in Canadian cheeses like Cheddar, provolone or gouda instead of the havarti if you like.Marinated Steak with Melted Onions on a PaniniA marinated steak sandwich is a fantastic option for dinner. Pair with a simple salad and dinner is ready. Step out of your steak-comfort zone and take the time to marinate value-priced steaks like Sirloin Tip or Inside Round Marinating Steak.
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