German Beef Dishes
German beef is the perfect Sunday supper: roasted, and usually served with delicious spaetzle noodles and a tart sauerkraut. And when serving a German beef dinner, don't forget the mustard and horseradish.See Popular German Beef Dishes Recipes
Both Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo had early experiences with sauerbraten, the German braised brisket. Castronovo sampled it on trips to Germany; Falcinelli had it at the German deli where he worked as a teenager. The terrific recipe they ultimately perfected is both very sweet and very sour, made with raisins, apples, red wine vinegar, and red wine.
Red wine, dill pickles, and mustard flavor this slow cooker beef roast.
Here's a delicious, quick-to-assemble alternative to German meat loaf.
Yogurt replaces the traditional sour cream for a calorie-reduced version of this classic dish.
This pot roast recipe has German seasonings (including pickles, wine, and mustard), resulting in an especially flavorful gravy. Make the spaetzle from scratch or from a mix.
This traditional German dish is a pickle-filled beef roll. Serve it for dinner with gravy, braised cabbage, and dumplings.
Ham, beef, beans, and lots of vegetables make this soup a filling meal for a cold winter day.
Some say it's a good tailgating salad that makes the party, rounding out all the other great dishes, like chili, brats, pie, and desserts. We kind of agree. A good, old-fashioned German Potato Salad or a Creamy version that is just a little lighter on the mayo sound to us like essential dishes for true-blue tailgating.
Learn how to make this best ever roast beef recipe that provides enough gravy to be used on side dishes.
Roast beef is popular for a reason--everyone who eats meat loves its rich flavor, whether you're springing for a pricy cut of prime rib or a tender, slow-cooked pot roast. There are a number of ways to cook a cut of beef, but the method you choose generally corresponds to the cut you're working with. Loin cuts of beef are best cooked uncovered in a moderately hot oven in order to develop an appealing caramelized exterior and beautifully pink interior.
This hearty dish is bound to warm you up on a cold winter's day. If you are short on time you can easily make this old-fashioned beef stew in a slow cooker.
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.
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.
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.