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    Any kind of beef recipe

    Here are all recipes for easy referance that have any kind of beef in it so when I take out beef from the freezer I just have to type what kind of beef it is..aaahhh recipezaar makes my life so simple!!

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    109 Reviews |  By Manda

    Enchiladas with a unique garlic flair, unlike any other enchilada I have ever tasted. The house smells WONDERFUL when these are baking. Although they do take some time to prepare, the work is definitely worth the reward! The ingredients are mostly things that you probably already have stocked in the cupboard. (Cook time includes stovetop and baking times)

    Recipe #18387

    I bought some marinated feta at Eumundie Markets recently, and was VERY impressed, so I did what all cooks do, I copied it :) This is the basic recipe, you can add Parmesan cheese, toasted pine nuts, or even chopped olives. you can use any pesto for this, I have tried it with sundried tomato pesto, and it was good, but I prefer the fresh taste of the basil pesto:) this will keep well in the fridge, and the flavours meld better if made the day before its needed. I have made this with soft greek feta, but I have to say I prefer the aussie feta, as it holds its' shape so much better. If there are any leftovers, you can use it as a base for Greek pizza...yummy

    Recipe #271379

    20 Reviews |  By Lennie

    According to the 1968 Time/Life book, Foods of the World: The Cooking of Scandinavia, this recipe makes true Swedish meatballs. The proper name is Sma Kottbullar.

    Recipe #13892

    17 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is very popular in our house. The kids love the strips they can eat with their fingers and dip into the gravy. They prefer to have french fries with this so they can dip them in the gravy, too. Most definitely a Texas (or Oklahoma) recipe - Southwestern U.S. NOTE: Although this isn't a low fat recipe, it doesn't contain anywhere near the amount indicated in the nutrition facts which include all the oil. If the oil is hot enough when you add the steak strips, it will absorb very little oil. Also, you can drain the cooked steak strips on paper towels to absorb more fat.

    Recipe #37730

    The spread on these meatball sandwiches is what really sets them apart from others. You can experiment and customize by using your favorite meatballs, sauces and fresh bread. Good for a party finger food, or for lunch or dinner. I promise no meatball sandwich will be the same again! Cook time includes entire process.

    Recipe #59289

    This is easy and always a big hit at my get togethers, it's great with mini meatballs or Lil Smokies, to make it ever more easier purchase ready made frozen cooked small meatballs or you can make your own and cook them first, I use recipe#69173 see bottom of recipe for baking times --- this is great to take to a potluck :)

    Recipe #73362

    This is not your average chili. This one is very hearty

    Recipe #76986

    I found the basic idea on the about website, but I've modified it slightly. It's easy and delicious. I serve it with rice or mashed potatoes to absorb all the lovely sauce.

    Recipe #185437

    I found this recipe in the 1975 edition of Crockery Cookery, and made a few adaptations. This meatloaf is so easy to put together. Pop it in the crock pot, and let it simmer all day.

    Recipe #99616

    This is very simple to make, but very flavorful with a Tex-Mex flair. Great to take to potlucks along with a bag of nacho cheese tortilla chips...

    Recipe #128394

    Steak and Shake was a franchise started in the Midwest. My father would take me there on special occasions. I loved their chili! This is a chili which would be ideal for children. It is very mild with a slight sweetness. I found this recipe on the internet @ I dunno4recipes. The recipe origionally called for 2 (15 ounce) cans of kidney beans drained, but I prefer the taste of chili beans better

    Recipe #27171

    Paula Deen's version of Taco Soup. As with most of the other things I have watched her make on the Food Network, this is easy to make and delicious! I ran to the market to buy all the cans of goodies to make this immediately.

    Recipe #111231

    This excellent recipe took me many experimental tries before I came up with a delicious tasting filling. The preparation and cooking time may be somewhat lengthy but is worth the effort.

    Recipe #36386

    We had these not too long ago and we both decided that they needed a little more seasoning. We put a little hot pepper sauce on them and they were much better. I would probably include 2 teaspoons in the meat mix the next time that I make them.

    Recipe #1356

    I've tried many recipes, this is the best. I once 'dec-tupled' (10x) this recipe to sell sandwiches at a craft fair at my church. People were waiting in line to buy leftovers. Freezes well, goes up to the lake or camping well and is a hit on Halloween...it's no-fail. Easy to double, triple, etc. I've been making Joes this way for over 20 years. ***03-08-09, I just reinvented this recipe tonight when I went to make it for dinner and found I didn't have an 8-oz. can of tomato sauce (shame on me). The family was upset with me when I subbed an 8-oz. can of pizza sauce and told them to suck it up and call them 'Pizza Joes' and then served them up with shredded mozzarella cheese on the toasted buns, top and bottom. They loved it. I left out the BBQ sauce in this preparation and just used a 1/2 cup ketchup. Pizza Joes are good to go!

    Recipe #63689

    From: Bon Appétit,December 2005, by Bruce Aidells and Nancy Oakes. Prep time includes letting roast come to room temp. There are 4 recipes together. Each is posted separately. The other three are Recipe #148500, Recipe #148502, and Recipe #148503.

    Recipe #148498

    33 Reviews |  By Vina

    The comment I hear from everyone the first time they eat this is, "This is the best pizza I've ever had!" My daughters have old high school friends who still ask for this. It's very filling, so one pan goes a ways.

    Recipe #83608

    Recipe #48052

    8 Reviews |  By Redox

    I've eaten at Tony Packos in Toledo Ohio many times over the years and I can only wish that they'd use this recipe for their cabbage rolls. One year, after Christmas, my boss brought in some of these cabbage rolls leftovers from a family dinner and they were so fantastic that I kept bugging him until his wife very kindly wrote out the recipe for me. He is Hungarian and his wife is Polish so you can see that there is a lot of quality cooking in their genes. Everyone who has eaten these has begged for the recipe and if you make these I promise that you will love them and your friends will offer to detail your car to get the recipe. Ok, maybe that's a bit of hyperbole but these are so good that I've stopped looking for cabbage roll recipes. I freeze the leftovers in Seal-a-Meal bags and they keep for months (2 or 3 months is as long as I've been able to keep them before finishing them off). It's great being able to drop the bags in boiling water and having a meal as good as this in 30 minutes. This recipe is exactly as I got it and it comes out perfectly if you cut it in half, which is usually the way that I do it. (If I pack too many goodies in my freezer, I can't fit in my ice cream maker). The juice from this dish is terrific over mashed potatoes and the optional sausage really turns out great after simmering in the roasting pan.

    Recipe #98150

    From U of Alabama's "Nothing but the Best!" I made this for a football party Dustin hosted and everyone enjoyed it!

    Recipe #105517


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