Quick and Easy Ground Beef Dishes
Whether the kids are hankering for ground beef, or you've got a half-hour to dinner and two pounds of it in the freezer, we've got quick and easy dinner recipes for your ground beef. You'll be serving and stress-free in no time with these quick and easy ground beef dinner ideas.
Involve the kids in making these taco-flavored beef nachos. Serve as a party appetizer or a main dish.
Think of this recipe as chili-flavored mini meatloafs. Serve with a side salad and a cornbread muffin for a delightful comfort food dinner.
Watch your tongue! Since the ground beef filling becomes very hot during baking, let the calzones cool a little after you cut them open.
Corn tortillas are typically used in tostadas, which are simply open-faced tacos. You can find tostada shells in the grocery store, or you can create your own by crisping up corn tortillas in hot oil in a skillet.
Purchased pesto, a biti of beer, and cheese imparts a flavor punch to ordinary meat loaf.
Seasoned beef patties are grilled, then topped with cheese and smoky mayo for these spicy burgers.
Beef up refrigerated cheese ravioli! Mix the pasta with ground meat, marinara and more cheese for one crowd-pleasing casserole.
If you like the mix of warm ground beef and salad greens typical of a taco salad, why not try a Thai twist? This is an equally enticing mix of spicy meat, matchstick vegetables, and cool greens.
For a doubly delicious taste, this robust pizza packs a zesty ground beef and salsa filling between two crusts.
Ground beef patties are broiled then served over pasta and sauce for a complete meal is just 35 minutes.
These five-ingredient nachos are a cinch to make for a large crowd. Bake a batch for your next party and serve with an array of topping options, like cilantro, jalapeno peppers, sour cream and salsa.
Cheddar mashed potatoes give this ground beef and vegetable casserole cheeseburger-like flavor.
The ever-so-popular Sloppy Joe sandwich takes on a Greek flair with your choice of beef or lamb, bulgur, and feta cheese.
This burger recipe uses most of the ingredients of the American deli's most famous invention - the Reuben.