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    BEEF, ROASTS, STEAKS AND STEWS

    A collection of beef recipes including roasts, goulash, steaks, stews, yorkshire pudding, and crock pot delights.
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    This is something that John enjoys cooking when it's his turn, it's great with a glass of wine. You can serve it as a sandwich or over pasta.

    Recipe #12191

    Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.

    Recipe #27208

    From Qu'est-ce qu'on mange Volume 3. This was very good.

    Recipe #391370

    I've made these a few times, and they've turned out perfect each time! A traditional Yorkshire pudding is made with beef drippings but this recipe uses butter. If you have drippings, by all means use the drippings instead of the butter!

    Recipe #109179

    It's so simple & easy for the life of me I don't know why our local restaurants can't get it right, the key is the Ribeye and the Cheez Whiz, if you veer off that course it won't taste right. In answer to Alan's review I beg to differ! I just watched a show that followed the making of these great sandwiches at both Pat's & Geno's and guess what?! The Provolone was added after the fact because of customer requests, not the Authentic cheese!!! Pat invented the sandwich and uses Cheez Whiz -- not slamming Alan but I got it from the source so do try the sandwich, you'll absolutely LOVE it! I use butter because that adds a depth of flavor you don't get with the olive oil. Use what you like!

    Recipe #353608

    OMG this is the BEST roast I have ever made in a crockpot! The apple juice makes this gravy divine!

    Recipe #59780

    83 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    I love this beef stew recipe that came from a friend. It's easy, very good, and the cooking aroma makes my mouth water.

    Recipe #28956

    I found this on the all recipes site. This is a very easy recipe for a delicious pot roast. It makes its own gravy. It's designed especially for the working person who does not have time to cook all day, but it tastes like you did. You'll want the cut to be between 5 and 6 pounds.

    Recipe #57130

    I don't know why, exactly,when I first receievd this recipe it was called "white-trash" and it certainly isn't an insult. It's simply a really easy way to put dinner on the table, using a crockpot. As a former chemistry student, I know that the acid in the Cola tenderizes the meat, and the caramel coloring in the soda makes your gravy brown. Delicious!

    Recipe #351432

    This is a Marcelle Bienvenu recipe from the New Orleans Times-Picayune. It makes a wonderful gravy that could be thickened with cornstarch or flour if desired.

    Recipe #84884

    I haven't seen a duplicate of this. My father has made stroganoff this way since I was a little kid and now I make it. If you don't have a pressure cooker, cook your cubes however desired be it fry or boil or whatever you like, but using the pressure cooker helps keep them nice and tender. this recipe can be adapted for a slowcooker, I don't know exact times because I used the pressure cooker, but give it at least 6-8 hours depending on the size of your beef cubes - make sure they are cooked through. 8 oz of sour cream is a minimum, thats what I usually mix into it, and then I serve extra on the side. This is one meal there are never leftovers for. I'm sorry I have no other words to describe the "jiggler" on top of the cooker, you will see when you start to cook on high heat, the difference between the "slow steady" jiggle and the "crazy" jiggle... a better word would almost be a violent jiggle. If your extremely unsure, then just don't cook your meat this way or use hamburger meat instead. ***note*** This is a meal that we don't really mind not being too meaty, in fact most meals I try to skimp on meat to save money - so if you'd like to add more meat feel free.

    Recipe #218451

    I came up with this after cooking a huge pot roast. It was so yummy I immediately wrote down everything I did and used just so I wouldn't forget it!

    Recipe #221627

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    The simplest version of this recipe we know. Great for dinner parties. This uses the small round boneless tenderloin steaks which resemble filet Mignon but are less expensive. If you purchase them wrapped in bacon, remove the bacon from the steaks for this recipe.

    Recipe #328607

    A great tasting steak with homemade marinade from Taste of Home magazine. Wonderful served on soft Kaiser rolls or submarine buns with some grilled onions, green peppers, or mushrooms on the side. Also makes good 'cheese steak' sandwiches by adding some fried onions on top and grated cheese to melt when serving. I usually serve this steak with Recipe #124798 (no mayonnaise) and cole slaw or a green salad for a great barbecue dinner. Have also served it with Debber's Recipe #217754 which is a great potato salad too.

    Recipe #164483

    Delicious as a sandwich spread or as an appetizer with crackers. Inspired from Mama J's recipe #249702.

    Recipe #263970

    104 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Comfort Food. Serve with brown rice and a salad.

    Recipe #12030

    7 Reviews |  By anme

    Healthy alternative to the bread stuffing filled minute steaks. Recipe that my father came up with and now is a family favorite!

    Recipe #196670

    Searching for that "Grandma's house smells so good" pot roast dinner? Got it right here! Have perfected it, and MAN! (Actually worked on this recipe for several years now, don't be fooled by the mustard and horseradish, the flavors mellow as it cooks, and tastes like you literally stepped back in time...so hope you try this, it's wonderful, and a keeper...:)

    Recipe #51501

    Vintage round steak recipe from 1969 Better Homes and Gardens Meat Cookbook.

    Recipe #30551

    For the cook on the run. :)

    Recipe #17880

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