Roast Beef on the Grill
Try grilling a beef roast and fall in love with this convenient meat-making technique. These simple recipes coat beef with fiery marinades and herb-crusted spice rubs, resulting in beef roast that's grilled to perfection.
This recipe offers a great make-ahead option. You can prepare it up to one week ahead.
This low calorie beef roast is seasoned with coriander, lemon and cumin--the flavors of North African cuisine.
Chimichurri is an Argentine version of pesto. The cilantro, parsley and mint that make up this easy to make sauce play beautifully with the robust flavor of beef tenderloin. If you don't have shallots, feel free to substitute with an equal amount of yellow onions.
Prime rib is good on its own but we decided to spice it up for this simple dinner recipe. Give it a try!
The quick fix mustard and herb rub contributes zesty flavor to this tender roast.
These grilled steak sandwiches are topped with champagne mustard vinaigrette, making them a dinner great for guests.
There's no need to stay indoors cooking on a beautiful day! Head outdoors for this new recipe twist on meat, potatoes, carrots, and Brussels sprouts.
Knowing how to cook roast beef should be on every home cook's to-do list. A straightforward slab of perfectly cooked roast beef is a bit of heaven in itself, but this recipe employs a few surprises to elevate the dish to the sublime.
This layered sandwich recipe of pastrami, spinach, and vegetable cream-cheese spread, is sliced in quarters and threaded onto skewers. Serve it for lunch or dinner.
A mixture of mustard, honey, curry powder, and fresh chives makes a glistening glaze for the roast. For a refreshing sauce, stir the remaining mustard mixture into sour cream.
Steakhouses have mastered how to cook ribeye steak--with a few easy tips, you can also enjoy a perfectly cooked ribeye at home.
Grandma slaved all day over the stove to serve her family a pot roast this tender and flavorful. Lucky for busy cooks today, we know how to cook pot roast in a crock pot and get a similar result with a lot less fuss and bother.
Good things come to those who wait. Such is the case with how to cook brisket--scrumptious smoked beef so tender that it practically falls apart. The prep work starts the day before, and then it smokes for 8 to 10 hours. If you don't have a smoker, you can cook brisket on a charcoal or gas grill, though in smaller portions. Serve it up with your favorite barbecue sauce, and you'll have a delectable meal that is well worth the wait.
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.
For a barbecue feast you won't soon forget, take on the challenge of learning how to grill ribs. It's no wonder grilled ribs are a cookout favorite--slow-cooked and slathered in your favorite barbecue sauce, the meat is so tender it practically falls right off the bone and is, as they say, finger-licking good. While beef and pork ribs are the most common choices, lamb and venison ribs cook up deliciously, as well.
Filet mignon is a sophisticated cut of beef that requires little fanfare to transform into a delicious and elegant meal. It's also low in fat and fast and easy to prepare. While many people might feel inclined to reserve these choice steaks for special occasions, once you know how to grill filet mignon, you'll discover it's a perfect choice any night you want to treat yourself to something special, even when you're short on time.