Favorite Winter Beef

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  • Roast beef Tenderloin
    1 hr
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Roast Beef Tenderloin, seared then oven roasted, served with mushrooms sautéed in the pan drippings with butter and herbs.
  • Prime Rib
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Prime rib recipe, how to cook to perfection a standing rib beef roast, step-by-step instructions and photos. Perfect for Christmas and the holiday season.
  • Roast Beef
    4 hrs, 35 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Classic roast beef recipe using rump roast, round roast, or sirloin tip. This slow roasting method at low heat is good for tougher cuts of beef; the lower heat prevents any gristle from getting too tough.
  • Pot Roast
    4 hrs, 10 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Cooked low and slow on the stovetop, beef chuck or shoulder roast becomes a fall-apart tender pot roast. Onions, garlic, carrots, and red wine make this a satisfying, flavorful dinner.
  • Irish Beef and Guinness Stew in Bowl ready to eat
    2 hrs, 15 min
    Irish stew recipe made with beef, garlic, stock, Irish Guinness beer, red wine, potatoes, carrots, and onions. An excellent, hearty stew.
  • Beef Brisket recipe with carrots on platter
    4 hrs, 50 min
    Gluten-Free, Paleo
    Beef Brisket cooked as a pot roast couldn't be easier. Just sear and then cook it in the oven with onions and garlic all afternoon until it becomes fall-apart tender. The leftovers freeze beautifully, too!
  • Beef and beans chili
    1 hr, 45 min
    Everyone needs a recipe for classic beef chili. Make this one your go-to! It's made with corn, peppers, tomatoes, and beans, and makes enough to freeze for later!
  • Oxtail Stew
    Gluten-Free
    Deliciously rich oxtail stew recipe, with oxtails braised in red wine and stock, with onions, parsnips, and carrots.
  • Sponsored Content
    3 hrs
    Gluten-Free, Paleo
    Sous Vide Beef Tenderloin with Port, Garlic, and Thyme! Fool-proof recipe – I'll never feel anxious cooking beef tenderloin again. Serve for Christmas dinner or a special holiday meal.
  • Pressure Cooker Chili with beef in bowl
    40 min
    Gluten-Free
    Here's a pressure cooker beef chili recipe that's ready in 30 minutes! It's made with green peppers, onions, celery, ground beef, and tomatoes. Top with shredded cheese and sliced green onions, and serve some cornbread on the side!
  • Italian Pot Roast
    4 hrs, 10 min
    Gluten-Free
    Italian pot roast! Rump or chuck beef roast, first browned in olive oil, then slow cooked in a sofritto base of carrots, celery, and onion, with Italian plum tomatoes and red wine.
  • Beef Roast Braised in Red Wine
    3 hrs, 45 min
    Gluten-Free
    Not your everyday pot roast recipe! Beef roast braised in red wine, with pancetta, onions, carrots, celery, tomato, and garlic.
  • Chili con Carne
    2 hrs, 25 min
    Gluten-Free
    Chili con Carne! With chunks of chuck roast, browned in bacon fat and cooked with red kidney beans, red chili and chipotle chili, onion, garlic, jalapeños, tomatoes, and lime juice. Top with grated cheddar and chopped red onion. So GOOD!
  • Carbonnade Beef and Beer Stew
    3 hrs, 45 min
    Carbonnade Belgian beef stew recipe, with beef, onions, and Belgian ale, and seasoned with bay and thyme.
  • Beef Goulash with Dumplings
    2 hrs, 25 min
    Beef goulash with light, fluffy dumplings. Central European goulash, a beef stew with Hungarian paprika, onions, tomato paste, cubed chuck roast, herbs and stock.
  • Chili Beans and Rice on plate
    2 hrs, 55 min
    Gluten-Free
    Chili beans are a quick way to get your chili fix! They're ready in under 45 minutes and are great served over rice for an easy weeknight meal. This version is made with ground beef and pinto beans.
  • Beef Barley Stew
    2 hrs, 45 min
    Hearty beef and barley stew with mushrooms and root vegetables. Perfect cold weather stew!
  • A beautiful fast bolognese sauce on a blue patterned plate with noodles and fork.
    40 min
    Rich, meaty Bolognese Sauce is easy to make and can be on the table in 35 minutes. Use it to top pasta noodles, or layer in lasagna. It’s freezer-friendly too. Make a double or triple batch to enjoy all winter long!

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