Everyone loves Italian meatballs, but do you really trust that mystery ground beef from the market? Start with a beef chuck shoulder roast and grind your own. I’m serious! This way you know what’s in it, it tastes better, and it’s usually cheaper to boot. Too much trouble, you’re thinking? Not at all. Find out how.
Chile Colorado is a favorite dish at Mexican restaurants. You won’t believe how easy it is to make at home with a fabulously easy and versatile red chile sauce better than any canned sauce on the market.
You’ll love the leftover meat in these fabulous Cheddar Pot Roast Hand Pies. The Cheddar crust is ridiculously easy to make using a food processor. The hand pies may be made a day in advance or frozen up to a month.
London Broil Marsala takes an otherwise tough cut of beef and turns it into a meat-lover’s delight. This marinade is flavored with Marsala wine, raspberry balsamic vinegar, and garlic. You will not taste the anchovy paste, I promise, so do use it.
Beef stroganoff is an old favorite for many folks. If you need to feed a large family, it can be pricey and time-consuming. Try this biscuit stroganoff casserole version a try using ground beef to cut down on the expense.
For incredible gravy and tender meat, Beer Braised Brisket can’t be beat. Vegetables cook along with the brisket for an easy, tasty one-pot meal.
This mushroom pot roast version makes a fabulously rich gravy, so be sure to make some mashed potatoes, rice, or noodles to fully enjoy it.
Garlic Herb Sirloin Tip Roast is a great alternative to prime rib for cost-conscious families. While it is not quite as tender as prime rib, this cut of beef certainly makes up for it in richer flavor. This easy roasting method does the best job of cooking the roast to the perfect medium-rare doneness without turning the roast into shoe leather.