Breakfast Beef Dishes
Hearty, delicious beef can add variety to the meat course offerings at a breakfast or brunch. The meat lovers at your table will love beef for breakfast. Look for ideas on how to make beef go brunch too.See Popular Breakfast Beef Dishes Recipes
This traditional skillet recipe of beef and vegetables topped off with an egg is versatile enough to be served for breakfast, brunch, or as a main dish.
Jazzed-up hash brown potatoes go from side dish to main dish with the addition of a grilled piece of steak and a fried egg. Try this recipe for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Learn how to make this best ever roast beef recipe that provides enough gravy to be used on side dishes.
Erase that vision of a bland block of tofu! Whether you're trying to reduce the amount of meat in your diet or just want to shake up your nightly dinner routine, vegetarian dishes can be a delicious option. Eliminating meat isn't as difficult as you might think--some of your favorite dishes already have layers upon layers of flavor even before you add the chicken or beef.
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.
Learning how to cook cube steak the right way, and you'll have a flavorful meal that makes you feel like you've eaten in a steakhouse, without the dent in your wallet.
You're looking for recipes that you'll love serving friends at an informal backyard cookout. This customized menu is built around easy-does-it beef dishes and sides that mix and match favorite flavors with new taste sensations. We've tossed in some simply creative desserts to serve as sweet finales.
You're looking for elegant recipes that go well with a stylish, subdued alfresco dinner. This customized menu is built around creative beef courses and side dishes that are flavored with exquisite ingredients. We've included equally intriguing desserts to cap off the dining experience.
You're looking for killer-good recipes that enhance a carefree, energetic backyard bash. This menu is built around sizzling slabs of beef bursting with bold flavor. We've included ridiculously easy side dishes and simple but mouthwatering desserts to top off the meal.
You're looking for recipes that go with a fun, family-friendly barbecue. This customized menu is built around eat-with-your-hands beef dishes that are flavored with simple ingredients kids will love. We've added sides that are quick, easy, and familiar. And the super-simple desserts will make sure everyone leaves with a smile.
There are many reasons to celebrate the beginning of autumn: beautiful foliage, kids back in school (okay, not everyone finds that a reason to celebrate), and, last but not least, a bumper crop of juicy and delicious apples. Apples are a staple of dessert and breakfast, but if you ignore their possibilities in savory dishes, you're also denying yourself the whole range of flavors these fruits impart. The sweet crunch of apples pairs beautifully with roasted pork, as most of us know.
A tenderloin steak, pate and puff pastry are the main ingredients in this rich beef dish that is as impressive as it is delicious. Beef Wellington is pricey enough to keep it from being an everyday meal, and it requires a bit of skill and patience to prepare. But once you become an expert on how to cook Beef Wellington, you'll know how to make a gourmet meal that is hard to surpass in flavor and presentation.
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.
Roasted potatoes are versatile and delicious -- knowing how to roast potatoes is a skill you'll be glad you have, and it's surprisingly easy. You can serve them hot out of the oven, in the classic style, or use them at room temperature to create dishes like the roasted-potato salad below. Leftover roasted potatoes never go to waste: Save them for breakfast and you have instant home fries to go with your bacon and eggs, or use them in a frittata for lunch, paired with a green salad.
If you've never made beef stew, you might think it's complicated to put together or will break the family budget. Not true. Beef stew is actually one of the easiest and most economical meals you can serve. Once you've browned the meat and chopped your vegetables, the ingredients simmer away without constant tending.