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M-M-Marvellous Mushroom Beef Burgers

The marvellous mushrooms in this beef burger recipe keep these lean beef burgers moist and juicy even when using extra lean ground beef.

Sirloin Beef Burger Luxe

A fine-dining burger with no need for gooey toppings. Lean Beef burgers deliver an excellent source of protein, zinc and vitamin B12 – not to mention flavour!

Best Ever Lean Beef Burgers

WOW – finally a great-tasting lean burger! Chopped mushrooms and milk are added for extra juiciness, and Worcestershire sauce is a super-simple seasoning. Use a moderate heat for grilling to avoid scorching.

Argentine-Style Burgers with Chimichurri Sauce

In many Latin American countries, grilled meat is often served with chimichurri, a zesty pesto-like sauce that originated in Argentina. Made from fresh parsley, it is a source of essential nutrients and has a memorable flavour. Adding crushed corn chips instead of the usual bread crumbs gives these burgers an appealing crunch and an intriguing Latin flavour. This recipe can easily be doubled to serve 4.

Cocktail Hour Beef Burger

This burger has all the trappings of a Caesar, without the vodka. Lean Beef burgers deliver an excellent source of protein, zinc and vitamin B12 – not to mention flavour!

Strip Loin Steak with Sautéed Mushrooms

Carve grilled steaks into thin slices to pass and share at the table. This platter presentation lets you choose just how much you want. Only 144 calories per serving. WOW!

Charred Beef Steak and Veggies with Orzo Pasta

For an easy way to entertain, bring dinner to the table in this all-in-one platter presentation. This recipe is as beautiful to behold as it is to eat.

Grilled Beef Steak Sandwich with Melted Onions

This delicious lean beef sandwich recipe is an excellent source of zinc and iron. Serve the Grilled Beef Steak Sandwich with Melted Onions open faced if desired.

Greek-Style Grilled Beef Steak and Couscous Salad

This unique warm main-course salad recipe is bursting with flavour and the goodness of Canadian Beef. If you’re really time-pressed, use a prepared vinaigrette-style Greek dressing for the scratch made marinade and salad dressing. You can substitute any chopped fresh green herb for the parsley – maybe some new chives from your garden?

Asian Grilled Beef Steak Salad

This nutrient-rich main course salad features lean beef and a delicious NO-fat dressing. This recipe from HeartSmart™: The Best of HeartSmart™ Cooking by Bonnie Stern and the Heart and Stroke Foundation is just one of the cookbook’s lean beef features. You can substitute any thick-cut Beef Marinating or Grilling Steak or Medallions for the flank steak.

Vietnamese Flank Beef Steak with Noodle Salad

Barbecued Flank Steak shines in sandwiches and salads like this one! Pick up an extra steak when shopping and throw two on the grill – use one in this recipe with fresh veggies and serve the second, next night, in an open-face steak and cheddar melt sandwich.

Balsamic-Beer Beef Flank Steak

This delicious beef steak recipe can be enjoyed served with grilled vegetables or it can be sliced thinly, tossing slices with greens to make a main-dish salad, using the hot marinade sauce as the dressing.

Greek Beef Salad Wrap

Value-priced marinated beef steak becomes marvelous with the addition of Greek seasonings, feta cheese, Kalamata olives and a tangy salsa. Roll into a flour tortilla for the ultimate portable recipe.

Tandoori Marinating Steak with Roasted Curried Cauliflower

This exotic recipe is made with simple market-fresh ingredients. You can use a Tri-tip or your favourite Marinating Steak such as: Flank, Sirloin Tip, Inside or Outside or Eye of Round.

Middle Eastern Grilled Steak Pockets

For the healthiest version of this recipe, use whole wheat pita and lean beef cuts. The secret to tender marinating steak is to cook the beef only to medium and to slice it across the grain as thinly as possible.

Steak ‘n Egg Salad

Take a break from cooking supper with this simple assembly-meal. Use Naturegg™ ready-cooked eggs and a grilled steak leftover from a previous dinner. You can hard cook eggs ahead or purchase convenient Naturegg™ Omega 3 Hard Boiled Egg Snack Packs in the deli at your grocers.

Barbecue Sirloin Stir-Fry

Here's a great way to balance your meat and veggies — this recipe is just like having a stir-fry from the grill! You can substitute a thick-cut marinating steak for the grilling steak. Just increase the marinating time to 12 to 24 hours.

Stoplight Beef Stir-Fry

The trio of sweet peppers in red, yellow, green was the inspiration for the name of this quick-cooking stir-fry. You can substitute Strip Loin Grilling Steaks for the Top Sirloin if you like – no need to cut them in half to start.

Southwestern Beef Steak with Succotash Sauté

Succotash Sauté is a simple side-dish that is the perfect market-fresh pairing with the Cajun-spiced steak. Use frozen corn if fresh corn is not in season. Make with your favourite Grilling Steak: T-Bone, Porterhouse, Top Sirloin, Strip Loin, Wing, Tenderloin, Bottom Sirloin Tri-tip, Rib Eye or Rib.

Seared Steak with Grilled Garden Veggies

Here's a great way to balance your meat and veggies- this recipe is just like having a stir-fry from the grill. Try serving it in warmed taco shells for a cool hand-held meal idea.

Peppered Beef Steaks with Caramelized Onions & Fruit Salsa

The fruit salsa makes good use of fruits and veggies that are readily available in Spring. Frozen diced mango works just as well as the fresh, and there always seems to be grape tomatoes and hot house cucumbers on sale this time of year.

Grab-And-Go Tortillas

Believe it or not, roast beef is the perfect start to a speedy 'grab and go' meal like this one! Use a small Beef Oven Roast (try a Quick Roast such as Top Sirloin, Sirloin Tip or Inside Round) or use a Grilling Steak instead if you like.

Beef Kabobs with Peanut Sauce

Healthy goes gourmet with these pretty protein-packed kabobs! APPETIZER BITES: Just before the guests arrive, cook beef cubes and veggies on a foil-lined baking sheet under the broiler for about 8 minutes -- pierce each beef cube with a toothpick along with 1 veggie wedge and place on platter to serve.Sprinkle with some toasted sesame seeds to dress them up (if desired).

Steak and Berry Salad

More than just leafy greens, this beef steak salad recipe has substantial staying-power, built on economical Marinating Steak that’s been grilled and cut into thin slices.