Beef: It's a mainstay for Christmas dinner. Choose from Rosemary Beef Tenderloin, Beef Tenderloin with Three Spreads, and more in our special collection of main-dish Christmas recipes.See Popular Roast Beef Recipes
Add this impressive standing rib roast recipe to your Christmas dinner menu. A creamy horseradish sauce makes the perfect accompaniment.
Good food makes the holidays shine and this succulent roast beef tenderloin recipe is no exception. The creamy mushroom sauce adds the crowning touch.
Roasting beef tenderloin for Christmas dinner is simple. Just brush the meat with a Dijon mustard mix and pop it in the oven. Make it even more elegant by tucking in slices of garlic and herb goat cheese.
Lighten up your potato side dish by mashing equal parts potatoes and rutabagas.
Roasted garlic added to plain rice makes it the perfect go-along with the beef roast in this one-dish dinner recipe.
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.
Roasting beef over a bed of fresh herbs, like the sprigs of rosemary, oregano, and thyme in this recipe, infuses the meat with fragrance.
Freshly cracked peppercorns will give your roast the most aromatic flavor. A creamy topper is the perfect complement.
For a special occasion, serve this recipe for slow-roasted tender roast beef, marinaded up to 24 hours in red wine, oil, herbs, and sauces from the pantry or fridge.
Searing the beef tenderloin roast in a skillet gives a lovely browned appearance to the meat and seals in the flavorful juices. Fresh peppercorns, thyme, and bay leaves steep in the red wine and onion gravy imparting subtle but savory flavors.
For the most tender brisket, all you need is a little patience. Slow-braise the meat ahead of time, then refrigerate overnight to blend the flavors. Carrots and pearl onions add even more flavor.
Slice up this classic seasoned beef roast for family dinners or a holiday buffet.
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.
Satisfy even the hungriest diners with this rich and savory Sunday dinner.
Roasting the fall vegetables along with the beef gives then a pleasing caramelized flavor.