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Korean Beef Kabobs

Stewing Beef on the barbecue – who would have thought you could do that! You have to try this recipe to believe it!

Hearty Beef and Maple Stew

With a hint of maple this delicious heart-warming beef stew recipe is sure to become a family favourite. Served with crusty bread, it’s a complete meal in a bowl.

Island Inspired Beef Stew

This beef stew recipe features undertones of cinnamon and ginger with a hint of heat.

Beef and Portobello Stew

Serve this versatile beef stew recipe in edible bowls made of hollowed-out large crusty rolls, or bake it under a puff pastry crust for a quick and easy pot pie.

Traditional Braised Beef Stew

What could be more satisfying than a big bowl of hearty stew? One Traditional Braised Beef Stew recipe makes a big batch so there is plenty for company or you can tuck some in the freezer for later.

Curried Beef Stew

Warm up your taste buds with the exotic taste of this simple beef stew recipe.

Bistro Beef and Beer Stew

This is a hearty recipe full of vegetable chunks and tender beef cubes.

Chunky Beef Chili

Cook large batches of this chili recipe and freeze in family-sized portions for use within 2 or 3 months. For a quick meal, defrost and reheat on the stove or in the microwave for a hearty beef chili in minutes.

Slow-Cooker Beef Goulash

Serve this hearty dish with a dollop of sour cream if you like and steaming hot egg noodles or mashed potatoes. This recipe makes enough for casual entertaining or make the Small Batch Version (below) to serve a small family (serves 2 with leftovers).

Beef Bourguignon

What could be classier – or easier – than serving classic Beef Bourguignon when you host your next soirée? Serve this recipe with mashed potatoes, egg noodles or rice.

Beef and Barley Soup

You can use Beef Simmering Steak instead of Stewing Cubes in this recipe, if you like. Trim the steak and cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) cubes.

Bulgogi-style Braised Short Ribs with Baby Bok Choy

Short Ribs are all the rage - amazing flavour and so tender. This Korean-inspired dish is way easier than making a stir-fry. Braising is one of the simplest ways to make a truly impressive meal. You can substitute Shank, Blade or Cross Rib for Short Ribs if you like - cuts from the Simmering Steak, Stew or Pot Roast categories.

Braised Beef Curry

This 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.

Beef and Mushroom Stew with Glazed Carrots and Puffed Pastry Crouton

Make 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.

Beef and Mushroom Stew

Beef stew is the perfect winter recipe. This delicious beef and mushroom stew will make the house smell inviting and cozy.  The combination of beef and vegetables with the perfect blend of seasonings will have people asking for seconds.

Beef’n Blues Wagon Wheel Bites

Everyone loves puff pastry appetizers. These homemade appetizers will be a hit at your next party. What a great way to turn leftover Braised Beef Ribs Harvest Stew into a simple appetizer that can be made ahead and baked just before guests arrive.

Beef Kare Kare with Garlic Rice

Chef 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.”

Beef with Peanut Stew (Mafe)

Chef Raquel Fox shares this quintessential West African Senegalese stew–a simple braise that’s simply divine. Hearty Canadian Beef Pot Roast is cut into chunks and slowly in a tasty and spicy tomato-based peanut sauce to make this soul-satisfying stew. Serve the stew over fluffy steamed rice.

Pressure Cooker Weeknight Beef Stew with Mixed Mushrooms

The electric pressure cooker with multi functions allows this comforting one-pot braised stew to be ready in about an hour and, therefore, a delicious dinner solution even on weeknights. Serve stew with prepared horseradish for a tasty accompaniment and crusty bread for sopping up the sauce.

Pressure Cooker Beef & Rice Taco Bowls

With all the flavours of taco night, this fun and family-friendly recipe allows everyone to gather at the dinner table and assemble their rice bowl to suit their own personal taste.

Pressure Cooker Beef Stew

An electric pressure cooker cooks up melt-in-your-mouth tender beef and vegetables in a fraction of the time and with minimal effort. Have a hearty, warming stew on the table in less than an hour.

Pressure Cooker Chinese Beef Stew with Daikon and Carrots

Chinese beef stew is one of my favorite Cantonese comfort food dishes that I grew up eating. As a child, I would eagerly anticipate dinner time when my mother would prepare it–it filled the kitchen with delicious aromas. Searing the beef creates colour and more delicious flavour to the stew. Star anise and five spice powder also add such a depth of flavor, these spices are what makes this classic dish so special. Daikon radish is a white vegetable that resembles a giant carrot. The radish and carrots are cut into large pieces to ensure they are tender, but still retain their texture during cooking. I’ve adapted my family recipe to use the electric pressure cooker to produce the same tender and flavorful results as cooking on the stovetop. My family and I enjoy eating this served over hot cooked rice or rice noodles.

Persian Okra Stew (Khoresh Bamieh)

By Tara Omidvar, @madeofsugarandsaffron, Khoresh Bamieh or okra stew is a dish originating in the south of Iran. It’s a hot and flavourful dish with lots of garlic. Okra, beef and tamarind are the main ingredients. Like many other Iranian stews, there are different versions of this stew as well. Some cooks add split peas and some make it without tamarind. This version is the one that Tara’s grandmother taught her. The sourness that tamarind provides to this dish can’t be replaced with any other ingredient. As with every other Iranian stew, this dish is always served with saffron rice. You can also serve Shirazi Salad (see Tip), fresh herbs and/or pickled vegetables as accompaniments.

Instant Pot Paprika Beef Stew

This rich flavorful beef stew is seasoned with two kinds of paprika and a bit of caraway seed. Serve over rice, mashed potatoes, hot cooked egg noodles or crusty rolls. The stew is a perfect make-ahead meal as it reheats well.