Beef Broth and Stock
Beef broth or beef stock is easier to make than you might think. Whether low-fat or classic beef stock or beef broth, these easy recipes win the prize for flavor over most any canned variety.See Popular Beef Broth and Stock Recipes
Made from pan drippings, onions, and wine, the simple sauce is reduced over high heat to concentrate the rich meaty flavors. It's the ideal accompaniment to your perfectly cooked steak.
Daube is a French recipe with must have ingredients like beef, vegetables, and wine--all cooked slowly in the oven. This version uses boneless beef chuck steak, potatoes, mushrooms, pearl onions, and sherry.
Canned tomatoes and frozen vegetables make this ground beef soup fast and easy to make. Serve it for dinner with corn bread or crackers.
Meaty oven-braised beef short ribs perch next to pile of savory onions and cheese-topped toast in this nod to the French onion sandwich. Although it may be tempting to skip the browning of the ribs, do take the trouble. The searing process adds complex caramelized flavor to the finished dish.
While this pasta recipe calls for ground meat mix (usually pork and beef), you can use 1 pound of any ground meat you like--beef, pork, turkey, or even sausage.
This beef, bean, and vegetable soup is loaded with spices, including cumin, ginger, and garam masala. It makes a satisfying low-calorie meal.
Serve this delicious beef and vegetable stew over mashed potatoes to make it a complete meal.
Ancho chili powder provides the Southwest heat in this hearty stew.
Fava beans are the standout in this Italian-style soup. The beans (also called broad beans) are large, brown, and flat ovals that have an assertive taste and firm texture.