While some of you may be at home with the kids and racking your brain for simple supper recipes and kid activities, others may be looking for ways to boost your immune system with a nutritious and delicious meal. Either way, beef has you covered on both counts.
This quick guide walks you through how to cook a roast in the slow cooker for delicious shredded beef you can use all week long.
By following these simple steps, you can be set with steak for days.
Sure to be crowd pleasers and can cut down on cooking stress.
Breakfast – Get your day off to a good start with a Beef & Spinach Breakfast Sandwich. Simply pair your leftover steak or roast with eggs, spinach and cheese for a delicious morning meal.
Lunch – Elevate your lunchtime routine with a protein-packed Steak Salad with Dried Cherries. A little bit sweet and a little bit savory, this salad will keep you going through the day.
Steak fingers cooked in the oven, perfect for little hands to dip as they wish.
After a long day at work, treat yourself to an easy—and nutritious—feast. Beef is a prime source of zinc, so this Pot Roast will help keep your immune system going strong.
A few simple ingredients can take leftover Pot Roast to the next level. Traditionally known as Vaca Frita, sautéed beef with bell pepper, onion and lime juice, commonly served with rice and black beans. Delicious!
The perfect way to give leftover steak or roast new life, this hash is made with sweet potatoes and taco seasoning.
Add barbecue sauce and garlic for a tangy spin on shredded beef Shoulder Roast. Serve on Kaiser rolls for sandwiches that everyone will love for lunch or dinner.
Give leftover rice new life with seasoned Ground Beef and sautéed peas and peppers.
Classic steakhouse flavors in an easy pasta bowl! Ground Beef and asparagus are tossed with pasta and parmesan cheese for a quick dinner.
What's a party without nachos? Top crunchy tortilla chips with Mexican-style beef sausage and your other favorites.
Ground Beef served with macaroni noodles and a cheesy sauce. A favorite for kids and adults alike.
Most of us have been in the same position on Sunday evening when you’re trying to get ahead for the week. You gear up to go grocery shopping . . . but have no clue where to start. You surf the web for recipe inspiration, but aren’t confident your family will like what you find. Or after work on Monday afternoon stressing because you haven’t gone to the store, let alone thought about what meals to make this week.
What if we told you how to prepare 3 weeknight dinners in 45 minutes? AND for less than $50?
The secret is batch cooking. That’s right, the new “thing” that’s become popular alongside meal prepping. The truth of it is, batch cooking is more than a buzz word, and we’re about to show you how we found out.