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How to Roast Meat

Roasting is a simple way to cook large, tender cuts of meat. Roasting meat calls for the "dry heat" method of cooking, where the food is uncovered and you don't add any liquids [more…]

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

People just can’t seem to get enough of these tasty little sweet and sour meatballs. The sweet and sour sauce makes these slow cooker meatballs something special. [more…]

Perfect Pot Roast

Beef pot roast gets a bad rap as being tough, dry, and stringy. This recipe gives you the secret to a tender, fall-apart-at-the-touch-of-a-fork pot roast. First, select a roast that has consistent marbling [more…]

Steak Diane

Steak Diane is a classic filet-mignon entree often served in some of the finest restaurants — but there’s no reason you can’t make Steak Diane in your very own kitchen. It comes together so quickly that [more…]

Grilled Beef Tenderloin au Poivre with Herb Butter Sauce

Poivre is French for pepper, and cracked peppercorns infuse this beef tenderloin with flavor and just the right touch of spice. Marinate the beef tenderloin before grilling it, and then you top it off [more…]

Ja Jiang Mein (Noodles with Meat Sauce)

In northern China, people enjoy this flavorful noodle dish hot or at room temperature. Enjoy ja jiang mein at whatever temperature you like. (And any time is noodle time in northern China.) In case you’re [more…]

Beef Chow Fun

The salty-sweet sauce in beef chow fun provides the perfect foil for the chewy, richly textured rice noodles. To jump-start the beef chow fun’s flavor even more, stir a little crushed red pepper into the [more…]

Best-Ever Sloppy Joes

You can make this gluten-free sloppy joe recipe for a quick lunch or a big party. With several heaping spoonfuls of this sloppy joe mix on top of a toasted gluten-free bun, you can just close your eyes [more…]

How to Buy Beef

When buying beef, consider its grading and cut. Also, buy beef with good marbling (flecks of fat) — the more marbling there is, the more moist and tender the beef will be. Beef is graded according to the [more…]

Meat-Stuffed Peppers with Tomatoes, Garlic, and Dill

Jewish cuisine features countless ways to stuff peppers — many with meat mixtures, as in this recipe. Stuffed peppers are simple to make, and adding tomatoes and tomato sauce to the stuffing keeps it exceptionally [more…]

Cheesy Hot Steak Wraps

The original cheese-steak sandwich is believed to have its roots in 1930s Philadelphia. This low-carb version, the cheesy hot steak wrap, substitutes a tortilla wrap for the bun — but it still has all [more…]

Greek Meatballs with Lemon Sauce

A rich lemon sauce accents these boiled meatballs, which are scented with a classic Greek combination of onion and mint. The meatballs emit a flavor while they cook, which converts the water in the pan [more…]

Cumin and Chile Marinated Skirt Steak

There’s nothing like a properly grilled, well-marbled piece of skirt steak. This recipe’s marinated skirt steak is filled with the flavor of cumin and serrano chile, making it an entree that doesn’t need [more…]

Tuscan-Style Meat Loaf

This Tuscan-style meat loaf is comfort food. You brown two miniature meat loaves in a skillet and then simmer them in a white bean stew. Cooking the meat loaves in a tomato-flavored bean stew keeps them [more…]

How to Sear or Baste a Roast

Searing refers to rolling or turning a cut of meat around in a very hot, oiled pan to brown the entire surface. If you don’t sear your meat, you may want to baste the meat while it roasts, which means [more…]

Cajun Stuffed Mushrooms

These gluten-free Cajun stuffed mushrooms are tangy and will tantalize the tip of your tongue. But if you want your Cajun stuffed mushrooms to be five-alarm, then use gluten-free hot sausage and add more [more…]

Broccoli Beef

Even the most committed broccoli-phobe will have a hard time resisting this broccoli beef dish. And because broccoli beef is so easy to prepare, it makes a great quick and nutritious lunch when served [more…]

Steak Sandwiches with Tomato Relish

This steak sandwich is a great way to get creative with steak leftovers. You can use leftover tenderloin or filet mignon for this robust steak and tomato open-face sandwich. [more…]

Roast Beef and Watercress Hand Rolls

Pick up some sliced roast beef at your local deli for this hand roll, and if the sushi rice is done ahead, you’ll have your roast beef and watercress hand rolls ready in minutes. [more…]

How to Boil Gluten-Free Meatballs in Lemon Sauce

How many times in your life have you boiled meatballs? If the answer is zero, you’re in for a taste treat. As these gluten-free meatballs cook, their flavor converts the water in the pan into a wonderful [more…]

How to Braise Meat

Braising meat is an effective way to cook large, tough cuts. To braise meat, you cook it with a bit of added liquid. This "moist heat" cooking method involves long, slow cooking, which helps tenderize [more…]

How to Roast Prime Rib for Christmas Dinner

Mouth-watering prime rib is for special occasions, so why not serve it for Christmas dinner? You might think that a big hunk of mouthwatering roast beef is reserved for ordering in a restaurant. Not so [more…]

Horseradish Sauce for Your Christmas Prime Rib

The sharp bite of horseradish goes great with your Christmas rib roast. This tangy, creamy sauce is a perfect foil to roast beef. Make it the morning of your meal so that the flavors have time to meld. [more…]

How to Make Yorkshire Pudding for Roast Beef

If you are planning a prime rib roast for Christmas dinner, Yorkshire pudding is a perfect accompaniment. Yorkshire pudding batter can also be used to make popovers. You can serve either to sop up the [more…]

Easy Beef Burgundy with Egg Noodles

Need a bit of comfort food? Try this recipe for Beef Burgundy with Egg Noodles, a classic stew. Burgundy pairs well with beef because the wine is heavy and flavorful. And here, you use chuck or round — [more…]

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