Popular Beef Recipes

All hail the cow. Beef's intense flavor - earthy richness cut with a pleasant mineral tang - makes it the perfect centerpiece in a variety of dishes, since it can hold its own against bold tastes. Beef recipes call for a wide range of different cuts and price points. You can make a hearty beef stew from relatively inexpensive cuts, but a prime rib is going to cost you. Don't forget about roast beef recipes - there's nothing like a pot roast or brisket for a Sunday supper. Ground beef, too, has its place in the kitchen. It's the star of family meals like Sloppy Joes, spaghetti with meat sauce, taco night and many types of casseroles. Higher fat content (15 to 20 percent) is best if you're making burgers, otherwise, leaner blends will give you all the flavor you need.

Five-Spice Beef Kabobs

To make your own five-spice powder, simply mix equal parts of five ground spices: cinnamon, cloves, star anise, szechuan peppercorns and fennel.

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Five-Spice Beef Kabobs

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

This five-ingredient beef and broccoli main-dish recipe can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. Bottled ginger salad dressing makes a simple and delicious sauce.

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Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

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Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

Hamburger Steak Sliders

Seasoned with steak sauce and mustard, these flavorful sliders go great with almost any classic burger topper. The mini size is ideal for backyard potlucks, when everyone¿s plates are overflowing with salads, chips and watermelon.

From Midwest Living

Hamburger Steak Sliders

Our Best-Ever Grilled Burgers

These ground beef and pork burgers are flavored with Parmesan cheese, fresh basil and other seasonings. Grill them up and serve on onion buns along with our homemade mustard sauce.

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Our Best-Ever Grilled Burgers

Pumpkin Chili

Unlike most pumpkin recipes, this stew calls for diced squash rather than canned. Feel free to use any protein source, such as extra beans, lentils, or ground chicken, in place of the beef and turkey.

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Pumpkin Chili

Sassy Baked Beans

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Sassy Baked Beans

Two-for-One Stuffed Party Pinwheels

Why two-for-one? Because our recipe actually makes two different kinds of tortilla spirals¿¿one flavored with curry powder, the other with garlic and herbs.

From Midwest Living

Two-for-One Stuffed Party Pinwheels

Classic Nachos

These five-ingredient nachos are a cinch to make for a large crowd. Bake a batch for your next party and serve with an array of topping options, like cilantro, jalapeno peppers, sour cream and salsa.

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Classic Nachos

Pizza Rustica

A hot roll mix cuts down on the preparation time in making this Chicago-style pizza stuffed with lean ground beef, spinach, and roasted red peppers, Made in a springform pan, the pizza keeps its shape while baking and is easy to remove for serving.

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Pizza Rustica

Cheddar-Beer Weenies

Prepare these weenies and cheddar-beer sauce the day before so all you have to do is warm in a slow cooker with a car adapter on game day.

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Cheddar-Beer Weenies

Macaroni and Cheese Meat Loaf

Meatloaf and macaroni and cheese are like peanut butter and jelly—made for each other. Sandwich a layer of mac 'n cheese in between two meatloaf layers for a new take on a classic dinner.

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Macaroni and Cheese Meat Loaf

Orange Teriyaki Beef Stew

Don't call for takeout! Customize the ingredients in this hearty yet light beef stew instead.

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Orange Teriyaki Beef Stew

Sunday Pot Roast

Satisfy even the hungriest diners with this rich and savory Sunday dinner.

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Sunday Pot Roast

Fennel Pot Roast

Roasted fennel and mushrooms add big flavor to classic beef pot roast.

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Fennel Pot Roast

Cider & Sweet Potato Pot Roast

Crisp apple cider lends subtle sweetness to this hearty pot roast dinner.

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Cider & Sweet Potato Pot Roast

Sloppy Joe Tostadas with Yams and Black Beans

Instead of serving Sloppy Joes on buns, try the meat mixture as a topping on a crispy black bean tostada.

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Sloppy Joe Tostadas with Yams and Black Beans

Beef Taco Pie

This Mexican casserole tastes just like tacos, but without all the single-serving fuss. Just layer your favorite ingredients between flour tortillas and bake.

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Beef Taco Pie

Asian Shrimp and Noodles

This chicken casserole takes your taste buds to the Far East with rice noodles, shrimp and a trifecta of Asian condiments: hoisin, soy and sesame oil.

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Asian Shrimp and Noodles

Grilled Flat Iron Steaks with Chimichurri

For supreme succulence, cook the steaks to medium-rare doneness (145 degrees).

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Grilled Flat Iron Steaks with Chimichurri

Porter and Roasted Red Pepper Sloppy Joes

A half cup of dark beer adds depth of flavor to the beef mixture in these Sloppy Joe sandwiches.

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Porter and Roasted Red Pepper Sloppy Joes

Italian-Style Slow Cooker Meat Loaf

Tomatoes, parsely and feta cheese add Italian flair to this slow cooker beef and lamb meat loaf.

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Italian-Style Slow Cooker Meat Loaf

Make-It-Mine Fork-Tender Pot Roast

Mix up your usual pot roast routine by following our customization cues for the vegetables, sauce and seasonings. This healthy slow cooker dinner has endless possibilities!

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Make-It-Mine Fork-Tender Pot Roast

Make-It-Mine Fireside Beef Stew

Not a fan of beef pot roast? Substitute beef stew meat or boneless lamb instead. Pair this slow cooker stew with a whole grain roll or corn muffin for a stick-to-your-ribs dinner.

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Make-It-Mine Fireside Beef Stew

Coffee-Braised Pot Roast

Instant espresso powder, crushed pineapple, crushed red pepper and more bring sweet heat to this pot roast and sweet potato dinner.

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Coffee-Braised Pot Roast

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