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    My BEEF Recipes

    These recipes all contain beef - to help those picking recipes for Ingredient Tag.

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    This is a very quick meal to prepare! It will give you a few extra minutes on a busy day. It includes your meat, rice and vegies all in one dish. This recipe is for 2 people but can be doubled to serve four.

    Recipe #103756

    This tasty cabbage roll recipe uses tomato juice instead of tomato sauce. It has a slight tang to it from lemon juice and mint leaves. I got this recipe from my mother when she was in WW years ago. It's very tasty and well worth trying.

    Recipe #93957

    Makes a wonderful lunch or light dinner. Serve with Grilled Tomatoes - Cheese Topped.

    Recipe #100874

    My sister served this to us this summer when I visited her. It counts 2 1/2 points per cup of soup for Weight Watchers and was very tasty!!

    Recipe #103042

    Easy to put together and fairly fast to bake. Dinner can be on the table in 35-45 minutes.

    Recipe #94367

    This one is great for pot-luck dinners or anytime you need to feed a large group as it serves about 24.

    Recipe #94474

    Very, very easy to make and turns out wonderfully tasty. Aunt Romadene gave me this recipe about 30 years ago after I had it at her house and loved it!!

    Recipe #93100

    I really enjoy the sweet and sour flavor on a variety of foods (pineapple and green pepper just go together well esp. with vinegar and sugar). I have already submitted my sweet and sour pork chops, so here it is for the beef.

    Recipe #93468

    This wonderful recipe came from a friend who was a great cook. We have a hard time leaving any for left overs. Someone will always eat the last piece.

    Recipe #85071

    It's EASY AND TASTY! We ate a dish like this at Mr. Steak in Mpls. many years ago. We loved it so much that my DH spent time figuring out what was in it and came home to make it. It's probably not the exact recipe they used - but we've been enjoying this simple recipe for years.

    Recipe #85170

    This is the meal that I said in my About Me page that is my favorite to come home to after church on Sunday. The whole thing (meat, gravy, vegies) is ready. You can add a salad, rolls and/or green beans if you want - but not necessary. And the house even smells yummy. It also works for an evening meal (if you can put it on in the mid afternoon). It can cook while you take a walk, nap, shower, and read a book. Preparation time is mainly peeling the vegies (which I often do the night before.)

    Recipe #85831

    This is a very quick and tasty dish to make after a day at work. The kids always enjoyed it, too. I just open a can of fruit to serve with it. Sometimes, for variety, we make it with barbque sauce instead of ketchup.

    Recipe #87811

    I found this recipe many years ago in a "Favorite Recipes of America - Casseroles" book. This one can be topped with a pkg. of bought biscuit or cornbread mix, fixed according to the package. My family has enjoyed this recipe through the years. I hope yours will too.

    Recipe #87843

    I found this recipe about 30 years ago in a magazine - though I no longer remember which one. Wonderful when you want a meat dish!! And very simple to make.

    Recipe #91413

    This recipe is totally cooked in the microwave. (With the exception of boiling the noodles - and those can be bought precooked these days.) There are no messy skillets to clean up AND your kitchen stays cool on those hot summer days.

    Recipe #91740

    This is a recipe I have had since the late 1960. Great one dish meal with your meat and vegetables cooked together.

    Recipe #91924


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