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.

Boeuf en Croute (Beef in Puff Pastry)

This culinary work of art -- also known as Beef Wellington -- is dressed to impress, making it exactly what you need for a very special dinner. Since the crust-enclosed beef is sure to steal the show, make side dishes super simple. Oven roasted carrots or asparagus would be perfect.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Boeuf en Croute (Beef in Puff Pastry)

Peppercorn Roast Beef with Herbed Yorkshire Puddings

The most important thing to remember when preparing this luxurious beef roast is to let it rest for a full 15 minutes before carving. Resting allows the meat juices to redistribute themselves in the roast, ensuring that the slices of beef are juicy and delicious.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Peppercorn Roast Beef with Herbed Yorkshire Puddings

Herbed Prime Rib with Two Sauces

Be the hostess with the mostest -- indulge your guests with not one sauce for their succulent pepper-popped prime rib, but two. Both the Merlot Au Jus and creamy horseradish sauce are classic British accompaniments for roasts of this stature.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Herbed Prime Rib with Two Sauces

Blue Cheese Stuffed Burger with Red Onion and Spinach

Sharp and salty blue cheese, sweet red onion, and slightly bitter baby spinach lend balance and texture to the rich ground beef in these elegant yet satisfying burgers. When buying, look for baby spinach with dark, vibrant green leaves; avoid those that show signs of bruising or wilting.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Blue Cheese Stuffed Burger with Red Onion and Spinach

Barbecued Beef Short Ribs

With only 6 ingredients and less than 300 calories per serving, these savory short ribs are both simple and succulent. A vibrant gremolata (a type of herb condiment) of lemon peel, cilantro and sweet peppers provides a lovely, bright contrast to the rich, smoky beef. When buying sweet peppers, choose that are firm, heavy for their size, and have shiny, vibrantly-colored skin.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Barbecued Beef Short Ribs

Italian Fried Steak with Roasted Pepper Pesto

Roasted red peppers lend a phenomenal smoky-sweet flavor to this succulent fried steak. Sharp Romano cheese and peppery fresh basil add brightness and life, recreating the classic Italian flavors everybody loves. Serve alongside a fresh salad or overtop crisp, steamed green beans, dressed in olive oil and garlic.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Italian Fried Steak with Roasted Pepper Pesto

Elizabeth Karmel's Cowboy Steak with Whiskey Butter

Rich, tangy, and beautifully complex, a phenomenal whiskey butter imbues these rib eye steaks with incredible flavor. The secret to a succulent steak? Let it be. Once the steak has been removed from the heat, it is imperative that it be allowed to rest for 5-10 minutes. Slicing into it any sooner will result in a juicy cutting board, and a dry steak.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Elizabeth Karmel's Cowboy Steak with Whiskey Butter

Stuffed Shells

At its best, Italian cuisine creates a symphony of flavor from only a few simple ingredients. With rich ground beef, bright San Marzano tomatoes and a classic blend of Italian cheeses, these amazing stuffed shells perfectly embody this timeless culinary sensibility.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Stuffed Shells

Burger with Pickled Beets and Fried Egg

Dress up tonight's hamburger with goat cheese, pickled beets and a fried egg. You can store leftover beets in the fridge for up to a week—use them in salads or as a sandwich relish.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Burger with Pickled Beets and Fried Egg

Stout-Soaked Porterhouse with Beer Butter

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Stout-Soaked Porterhouse with Beer Butter

Stout-Soaked Porterhouse with Beer Butter

Soak porterhouse steak in a dark, hearty stout to amp up the flavor easily, but make sure not to overcook¿this will make the marinade turn bitter.

From Midwest Living

Stout-Soaked Porterhouse with Beer Butter

Red Hot Whiskey Chili

From Midwest Living

Red Hot Whiskey Chili

Potluck Pleaser Chili

From Midwest Living

Potluck Pleaser Chili

What's the Secret? Chili

From Midwest Living

What's the Secret? Chili

Texas Heat Chili

From Midwest Living

Texas Heat Chili

Three-Bean Beauty Chili

From Midwest Living

Three-Bean Beauty Chili

Cheeseburger-Zucchini Pie

The flaky crust for this tasty pie recipe forms at the top. A beef and zucchini mixture followed by a layer of Italian cheeses make the delicious filling underneath.

From Family Circle

Cheeseburger-Zucchini Pie

Good-Enough-for-Satchmo Red Beans and Rice

From Diabetic Living

Good-Enough-for-Satchmo Red Beans and Rice

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.

From Midwest Living

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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

From Midwest Living

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.

From Midwest Living

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.

From Midwest Living

Pumpkin Chili

Sassy Baked Beans

From Midwest Living

Sassy Baked Beans

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