I got a tri-tip roast from Butcherbox.com and I found a way to make it awesome!
Inspired on a night when I had a bunch of stew beef thawed, and some zucchini zoodles thawed, and was trying to think what to do with them together. Took me a couple minutes, then came up with this.
Instant Pot Beef and Broccoli - This comforting and hearty dish brings bold asian flavors that are Whole30, Paleo, Keto, Gluten Free and Soy Free. It’s the perfect healthy 30 minute meal
Make this Easy Instant Pot Chili Recipe under an hour! Simple umami & spicy Pressure Cooker Beef & Beans Chili to satisfy your hearty comfort food cravings.
A must-try authentic Kofta kebab recipe: ground beef and lamb mixed with fresh parsley, onions, garlic and Middle Eastern spices. Add some Mediterranean sides and salads for your next picnic! (Ideas and video in post above)
This Korean Beef is the perfect hearty meat dish with lots of fresh ginger and garlic for a healthy and comforting slightly sweet dish without any added sugar! I can’t get enough!
This is already dairy-free, it needs something besides a pita to make it gluten-free. too
Preparation couldn’t be simpler for this hearty no-fuss stew.
Beef Bourguignon (or “Beef Burgundy”) is my favorite thing to cook in my Instant Pot. It’s aromatic and filling and is a great meal to make for company or to serve on a cold autumn or winter night.
This sounds quite easy to make one of my favourite things to eat. Can also use with ground pork or chicken.
This sounds really basic and easy, when I have time to wait while it bakes. TOO THIN!
Not a whole lot different that the colorado red chili, but this is just focused on the meat part, not making a chili.
This is on the “to try” list - I absolutely love bulgogi and Korean BBQ. I think I can do this at home to ensure no contamination.
Bulgogi is a traditional Korean dish, usually with beef. This is a version done in a crockpot, aka slow-cooker.
Fragrant cinnamon, oregano and thyme lend an exotic touch to this baked pasta dish. I often make it with ground lamb, although beef is a satisfying substitute. It can be made almost entirely ahead and serves a crowd — two things that make entertaining family and friends easy and enjoyable. From Meredith Deeds.
This was a winner of a recipe. I substituted 1/2 cup of red wine for some of the beef broth. (Who wouldn’t??) We had this two nights running and the “ummmmmms” and “oooooos” around the table were pretty awesome.
I’m not sure where this recipe came from, but it’s a grand soup, a beet-based borscht.
This is another family and potluck favourite. Double for potluck.
I originally picked up this recipe from a friend who goes by the alter ego of Fielding Melish (cf. Woody Allen movies). This is one of the recipes that I lost and am trying to recreate from memory. I haven’t tried out this version, but it’s the best I can remember it.
We call this “Red Kettle” pot roast because we cook it in a red dutch oven :-)