Chuck Steak

A family favorite because of its versatility, chuck steak gives a rich flavor to these recipes. Whether it's baked, grilled, or broiled, you can go from sandwiches and casseroles to pot roast and stew with chuck steak.

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Polenta Cups with Braised Beef

The Food Channel

Polenta cups are a great edible container for incredibly tender meat. They work wonderfully as a holiday party appetizer.

Hearty Autumn Beef Stew

The Food Channel

This bold beef stew is the classic one-dish dinner. It'll please everyone around the table, perfect for a crisp fall evening.

Slow Cooker Beef and Barley Soup

Betty Crocker

Set your slow cooker in the morning and come home to a hot, hearty stew loaded with beef and barley.

Total: 9 hrs 50 mins

Crockery Cooker Pot Roast

Parents

Canned soup and your choice of herb make a flavorful sauce for the meat and vegetables in a traditional-style pot roast.

Burgundy Beef Stew (Boeuf Bourguignonne)

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Total: 3 hrs

Indonesian Beef Curry

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Pasta and Meat Sauce

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Beef Daube

Family Circle

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.

Piquant Pot Roast

Diabetic Living

Carb Choices: 0 One teaspoon of horseradish gives this succulent pot roast just a hint of zesty flavor. But for more zing, use the full amount.

Smoky Beef & Hominy Stew

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Polenta Beef Stew

Diabetic Living

A rich-flavor wine sauce coats seasoned beef chuck steak and vegetables in this hearty main dish recipe.

Sweet and Savory Stew

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Texas Beef and Beans

Diabetic Living

Texas-Style Chili

Diabetic Living

Texans like chili made with cubed meat and no beans or canned tomatoes. So that's how we made this recipe. Give it a try for dinner some night.

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