Cooking Method: Pan Searing
When making this beginner-level recipe with your kids, you can take take care of the steps that involve using a knife or the stove and let them take care of the rest.
This Asian-inspired ground beef recipe lets you entertain with style and within budget. It works for family meals too — easy to prepare and casual to eat.
Serve this savoury antipasto warm, tucked into ready-made croustades or spooned onto toasted slices of baguette. For an idea that’s sure to impress, spoon mixture into large spring roll wrappers to make appetizers. You can make the antipasto ahead: cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days. Warm to serve. You can find spring roll wrappers at your local Asian supermarket or check the produce section in some of the larger grocery stores.
Serve this Spanish-style ground beef over rice or baked potatoes. You can also cool the Picadillo and use as a filling to make empañadas or calzones.
Shepherd's pie is comfort food at its finest. With just 241 calories per serving and a beta carotene-rich sweet potato topping, this version is a healthy twist on the old standby!
Add coconut milk and curry paste to your pantry for a beef curry that's faster than take-out!
Serve this delicious beef slow-cooker soup recipe with crusty bread for a satisfying one-bowl meal.
This recipe by Chef Jud Simpson, showcases beef as a healthy main-course pasta salad. Chef Simpson has served as the Executive Chef at Canada’s House of Commons. Serve warm or al fresco along with baby greens.
The two-pan plan... Although this recipe may seem a bit fussy, it makes two pans, so you can bake one for the kids right away and refrigerate the other to bake for your Date Night Dinner while they watch their favourite Harry Potter movie. Serve theirs with a glass of milk and some veggies and dip and yours with a side-salad of baby greens dressed with balsamic vinaigrette (using their veggie and dip leftovers to add to your salad of course!) And don’t forget your glass of ‘red’ – you deserve it. Cheers! Makes 10 servings.
Try this beef salad recipe for bistro-style dining at home.
This slow-cooker pot roast is definitely not of the "ho-hum" variety. Serve roast with the Asian Slaw and some jasmine rice or Asian noodles. For a next day meal, make a Vietnamese-style sandwich by layering some leftover beef and Asian Slaw atop a sliced toasted baguette. TO MAKE WITHOUT A SLOW COOKER: Cook the pot roast with the sauce in the Dutch oven pot, covered with tight fitting lid in a 325°F (160°C) oven for about 3 hours or until meat is fork tender.
This colourful nutrient-rich dinner recipe cooks all at once for minimal fuss. Serve with cooked couscous, quinoa grain, rice or pasta. Extras from tonight’s dinner can be used to jump-start tomorrow’s lunch or dinner. For next-day’s main course salad or sandwich, set aside 2 cups (500 mL) each of the roasted veggies and slivered thinly sliced roasted beef.
This Southwestern Beef Steak & Kidney Beans recipe is much like having a stir-fry without the complicated cooking urgency that a stir-fry demands. For dinner in 20 minutes, start by making rice. As it cooks, you can get everything else made and ready to serve.
Live a little luxury with this special recipe for two, featuring Beef Grilling Medallions.
Make our crispy shallots for the ultimate beef bling! Use them to dress up burgers and grilled steaks, or use as garnish for soups or salads too. To save prep time, make them ahead and refrigerate in airtight container for up to one week.
Beef Medallions are elegant single portioned steaks that fit perfectly on the plate. Make with Grilling or Marinating Medallions, adjusting the recipe marinating time to suit the beef cut.
Bistros serve up fancy foods fast at affordable prices. Bring the bistro home with this pan-seared steak featuring Bottom Sirloin – it tastes like a million but won’t break the bank. Pan-searing is a technique that’s perfect for last-minute entertaining, requiring little effort and time to prepare and cook.
Explore some of the flavours of the world’s cuisines right in your own back yard with Teriyaki Temptation or one of the other marinade marvels.
This recipe for Beef Steak Diane is a steak-house classic that's guaranteed to impress!
Bistros serve up fancy foods fast at affordable prices. Bring the bistro home with this pan-seared steak featuring Bottom Sirloin Tri–tip – it tastes like a million but won’t break the bank.