Quick Quesadillas transform leftover pulled pot roast into a next day dinner on the run!
This slow simmer dinner is perfect for a small family on a cold winter's day. Since it is made with Simmering Steak, you get a meal that is much like a stew or pot roast. It's perfect to prepare in the slow cooker.
Buy the Inside Skirt Marinating Steak (not the Outside version) for the most tender option and ask that the silverskin membrane be trimmed off. If you can't find Skirt Steak a Flank Steak is a good substitute. Serve Skirt Steak sliced thinly with Fresh Tomato Salsa tucked into warmed tortillas or with a side of steamed rice and chili-spiced kidney or pinto beans.
For a twist on how to serve chili, try this baked enchilada recipe that starts off with a fabulous Beef and Black Bean Chili, made from pantry basics.
Kids will love to make their own dinner, working their way through the "burrito assembly line! ”You'll love the fact that each burrito has all 4 of Canada Food Guide food groups represented!
By grilling the beef steak, vegetables and flat-breads, this entire fajita recipe is cooked in the great outdoors. For cold-weather cooking, pan-fry or broil steak and veggies instead of firing up the grill. See the Cook’s Notes for tips on marinating. You can add an extra sweet pepper for a veggie boost if you wish.
This makes a great patio supper and is perfect for a party. The salsa is best in the summer, made with flavourful garden-fresh tomatoes. If using a Premium Rotisserie Roast such as Prime Rib, reduce the marinating time to 2 to 4 hours, just long enough to develop flavour.
Serve as a tapas course or make larger-sized versions for a main course. You can skip the pastry in this recipe and enjoy this Spanish-style ground beef as a filling in taco shells or as a topping for baked potatoes or rice.
These mildly spiced, nutrient-packed beef quesadillas are more of a meal than the traditional cheese recipe.
These awesome appetizers start off with a delicious ground beef base mixture that you can also use to make a simple stir-fry recipe (see Cook's Notes).
Leftover cooked roast beef makes life simpler and stretches your grocery dollars further — cook once, eat twice!
By adding cashews, pepper jelly and watercress to these Beef 'n Fine Cheddar Wraps, your lunch bag looks soooo grown up! And the Canadian beef and aged Cheddar combination the recipe uses it makes them soooo good for you. Use very thinly sliced roast beef for the wraps so that they don’t get too bulky when rolling up. You can use deli roast beef if you don’t have any leftover roast.
This recipe takes advantage of roasting both the vegetables and the beef at the same time. Plus with leftovers, try making a quick salad or sandwich like the Mediterranean Wraps. “What we all liked about the end product was the evenness of the medium doneness – throughout like a hotel roast. The roast was very moist and flavourful – not at all dry Outside Round!” —Reader Comment
These wraps are bursting with fresh flavours and good-for-you lean beef and veggies. This recipe is the perfect sandwich option for the family reunion potluck or picnic in the park.
Wraps are all the rage; they’re fast, easy to make and filling. This beef wrap recipe can be enjoyed hot or cold.
For serving ease of this recipe, set out a variety of toppings and wraps and let each person build their own beef fajitas.
Believe it or not, roast beef is the perfect start to a speedy 'grab and go' meal like this one! Use a small Beef Oven Roast (try a Quick Roast such as Top Sirloin, Sirloin Tip or Inside Round) or use a Grilling Steak instead if you like.
This is a good meal for a casual kid get-together Have everything ready and let your guests assemble the fajitas themselves. Make it a Mexican party! Use at least a 4-quart (4 L) slow cooker. If you like heat, mince one jalapeño pepper and add to the relish.
Value-priced marinated beef steak becomes marvelous with the addition of Greek seasonings, feta cheese, Kalamata olives and a tangy salsa. Roll into a flour tortilla for the ultimate portable recipe.
Here's how to get a simple kid's meal and a more adventurous parent-meal from one basic recipe. Make up a flavourful ground beef base mixture and then split the batch in two — use one half for kid-friendly Mini Beef Burgers and the other half to make Warm Greek Sandwiches. While the beef burgers cook, the sandwiches are quickly pulled together.