Ground Beef Tacos
Seasoning is the secret to ground beef tacos. Turn them up to various levels of heat depending on the chile peppers you use, including poblano, jalapeno, and mild Anaheim. These easy recipes for ground beef tacos are perfect for weeknight suppers on-the-run.
A quick pickled slaw takes these ground beef tacos on a trip from Mexico to Asia.
These cheesy baked potatoes are stuffed with a ground beef filling flavored with a packet of taco seasoning. They make a tasty weeknight main-dish when you want a change of pace on taco night.
Ground beef and salsa make a saucy filler for the tortillas in this fast dinner recipe.
If you know how to cook ground beef, you can serve up a healthy one-dish meal any day of the week. Ground beef became popular as a way to make scraps of fatty beef salable. Originally the meat was chopped finely or minced, but by 1902 butchers were simply running it through the meat grinder twice along with spices and onion, and selling the resulting ground beef as "hamburger." Today ground beef is used in all sorts of dishes, from meatloaf to tacos, and Americans consume approximately 13 billion hamburgers a year.
This beef and bean skillet casserole is topped with cornbread. It's an easy dinner the whole family will like.
A cucumber and feta cheese topper makes these seasoned beef tacos different than the version you usually eat. Give them a try for dinner some night.
If you haven't had a basic taco in a while, it's time to revisit the original. Remember the spicy beef mixture in a crisp taco shell topped with lettuce, cheese, and tomato? It's still as tasty as ever.
Set up a taco bar on your kitchen counter tonight here we've got all the fixings you'll need so each member of your family can customize their own.
Whether you're at a summer barbecue or a fall tailgating party, learning how to grill burgers is a skill that will always serve you well.
Traditional beef burgers have long been a mainstay at backyard parties and barbecues, but if you're looking for a lighter, leaner alternative, you should learn how to make turkey burgers.
From hamburgers to meatloaf, casseroles to meatballs, ground beef has long been a staple of American home cooking, in large part because it's more affordable than other types and cuts of meat. So it's no wonder that somewhere along the line, someone invented sloppy joes -- deliciously messy sandwiches made with ground beef in a tomato-based sauce that can range from mild to spicy -- as a means of stretching the amount of beef they had on hand to feed a few more.
Sure, your friend's Italian-American grandmother knows how to make baked ziti, but why not gather a few tricks yourself? Ziti, a dish that's as beloved as spaghetti with meatballs, is poised to be your next Sunday supper.
For busy weekday dinners that satisfy with little fuss or mess, you'll want to learn how to make beef casserole. Since you can do most of the work ahead and time, casseroles are a perfect go-do dish for nights when you want to sit back and unwind while dinner heats up seemingly effortlessly in the oven. And since casseroles cook up on one dish, clean-up is easy too.
Just about every Italian joint in the U.S. knows how to make ziti, but why not put it together at home next time you're craving a hearty, red-sauce meal? Ziti--also referred to as baked ziti, depending on the preparation--is as honored among Italian-Americans as spaghetti with meatballs.
When you think of Scandinavian food, you probably think of Swedish meatballs (and Ikea!). This flavorful and simple dish is by far one of the most popular to come out of Sweden (pickled herring just never took off in quite the same way). The process of how to make Swedish meatballs isn't really all that different from making any other type of meatballs. We suspect it's their miniature size as well as the lingonberry jam and gravy -- giving the dish a perfect sweet-savory balance -- that has made Swedish meatballs such a huge hit in this country.