Find 66 recipes for beef including steaks, burgers, beef tenderloin, standing rib roast, stir-fried beef, beef stew and more.
Sautéed onion, garlic and pickled banana peppers combine to make a tasty, Italian-inspired topping for quick-cooking pan-seared sirloin steaks.
Always, moist and flavorful, our classic meatloaf recipe uses a combination of ground beef and pork along with basic flavorings like onion, celery and fresh parsley to enhance the natural flavor of the meat.
An upscale steak sandwich made with thinly sliced New York strip, sauteed onions and mushrooms, Muenster cheese and a flavorful bourbon-molasses sauce.
This tasty stir-fry recipe combines lo mein noodles with flank steak, fresh ginger, garlic, scallions, hoisin and a touch of five-spice powder to make a quick, easy one-dish dinner.
Flat Iron steak is a tender, flavorful cut of beef that's perfect for grilling and serving with a simple sauce like this Asian-style version made with hoisin, sherry and orange marmalade.
Our recipe for Salisbury Steak is a classic version made with ground sirloin and served over mashed potatoes with a flavorful mushroom and onion gravy.
Served over orzo and topped with crumbled feta cheese, these meatballs are flavored with Greek-style ingredients, baked, then simmered in tomato sauce until tender.
An easy main course salad of romaine lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers, topped with thinly-sliced grilled steak and homemade Horseradish Ranch Dressing.
Slow cooked in tomato sauce and red wine, our braciole recipe is made with thin-sliced top round rolled around a filling of Genoa salami, fresh breadcrumbs, parsley, basil and cheese.
Châteaubriand topped with Sauce Béarnaise is the perfect choice for a romantic dinner for two ~ delicious, elegant, and surprisingly simple to prepare at home.
Surf and turf is a classic special occasion dinner and easy to make at home. Our easy-to-follow recipe instructions ensure a perfectly cooked filet and a lobster tail that's moist and tender.
Making a pot roast in a pressure cooker not only shortens the cook time, it makes the meat tender, keeps it juicy and does a great job retaining all the natural flavors.