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219 beef recipes

that are low in fat

Beef cuisine is as varied as the regions that enjoy cooking it. A favorite no-fuss dish is a tasty beef stew, perfect for a Crockpot or slow cooker creating an easy beef dinner with rich and complex flavors.

Minced or ground beef is extremely popular, and usage includes quick skillet beef dinners, burgers for the barbecue, or when topped with mashed potatoes the classic Sheppard's pie. Economical pot roasts can transform an inexpensive cut into a tender and delicious meal.


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Chili Con Cervesa
Chili Con Cervesa
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Chili Con Cervesa recipe

Hamburgers on the Halfshell
Hamburgers on the Halfshell
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Hamburgers on the Halfshell recipe

Garlic Curry Burgers
Garlic Curry Burgers
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Garlic Curry Burgers recipe

Bev's Meatballs
Bev's Meatballs
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Try something new when it comes to meatballs with this tasty recipe that uses mushrooms, cheese and oregano.

Pierogi with Veal Lung and Lentils Filling
Pierogi with Veal Lung & Lentils Filling
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My favorite pierogi are filled with the veal lung or the brown lentils. Why not to combine these ingredients into the one filling?

Grilled Herb Mustard Steaks
Grilled Herb Mustard Steaks
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Nothing is more satisfying than a piece of grilled juicy steak. The herb mustard goes deliciously well with the steak.

Dale-Burgers
Dale-Burgers
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Dale-Burgers recipe

Granny's Tacos
Granny's Tacos
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These tacos were delicious! Made them for a recent family dinner, and everyone at the table just kept asking for more. Thank goodness that I had enough to cover everyone's appetite :)

Corned Beef and Cabbage
Corned Beef & Cabbage
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Authentic homemade Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage with parsnips, carrots and potatoes.

Greek Sandwich
Greek Sandwich
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Topped with Tzaziki, olives and Greek feta cheese with cucumber, tomato, lettuce and onion. You can use any favorite sliced meat or vegetarian slices. Quick, easy and delicious!

Beef Stew in A Crockpot
Beef Stew in A Crockpot
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A no fuss crockpot recipe that produces a savory beef stew your family will love.

Crockpot Corned Beef and Cabbage
Crockpot Corned Beef and Cabbage
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An easy slow cooker version of corned beef.

Chipotle Chile-Garlic Grilled Flank Steak
Chipotle Chile-Garlic Grilled Flank Steak
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A Chipotle pepper adds smokiness in a wet marinade for the flank steak. After marinating the flank steak becomes very tender without being mushy. Perfectly grilled you will be surprised by how tender and juicy the steak comes out; the leftovers are great for sandwiches making quick, easy and delicious meals.

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Beef Tips

5 Simple Slow-Cooker Tips

Using a Crockpot® or slow cooker can create delicious slow-cooked meals while saving your time and money.

Chuck Wagon

huck is the general term for the meat from the shoulder section of cattle. Cuts from the chuck tend to be tough with notable connective tissue and intramuscular fat. This is because these muscles are

Red Meat, White Lies

In Old English times, the term "meat" meant any edible food. During the medieval period this definition narrowed to only land animals. This inevitably arose out of

Where's the Beef?

Comprehending all the different cuts of beef can be a little confusing. For example, did you know that a strip steak, New York strip, Kansas City steak, club steak, shell steak, and top loin steak all come from the same part?

Un-Wimpy Burgers

One day I had a yen for hamburgers so I ventured to my local supermarket. I detest the supermarket pre-made patties. First, their quality is always

SEAR-ious Flavor

Louis Camille Maillard (1878-1936) was a French physician and chemist. In 1912 he was researching how amino acids combined to form proteins. Serendipitously, he uncovered

Braising Can Take the Chill Out of Winter

I am not a winter person. But I must admit, there's nothing like a hearty winter meal followed by a good brandy or

Guide for Broiling Beef, Veal, Lamb, Chicken and Pork

Take the guesswork out of braising beef, veal, lamb, poultry and pork with this handy chart of approximate cooking times.

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