Get inspired with cooking beef and choose these recipes from Thai beef salad, steak and stews and more.
This flavourful noodle soup comes from the southern state of Johore, in Peninsular Malaysia. Don't let the prep time hinder you because it is easy to make and delicious.
This is a delicious Korean one pot beef soup. The recipe is speeded up by using a pressure cooker. This recipe calls for kosari, a dried bracken fern, but it can be left out if it is not found in your area.
This marinade can be used with any type of beef or chicken. If you want it spicy, mix in crushed chillies.
Beef is mixed with tofu and seasonings to make delicious little patties.
This is a fun Korean glass noodle recipe. The vegetables are only for example, so you can add whatever you think would be good!
Tender beef brisket and tendons in a brothy stew that's delicious over rice or with noodles. It's faster if cooked in a pressure cooker, however, you can braise it over low heat for a couple of hours as an alternative.
This a great interactive dish for a party or a crowd. In our family, we start up a couple charcoal burners outside and set all the ingredients out for people to make their bowls of noodles themselves, since everyone's tastes are different.
Make this classic lasagna recipe zestier by using hot Italian sausage or a little milder with regular Italian sausage. Don't be scared off by the long cooking time. The wait is well worth it. It's a great dish to make for a crowd and easy to adjust for varying tastes. The leftovers are even better when reheated the next day.
This stew is traditionally for St. Patrick's Day but is also suited to more cooler weather. Either way, the mixture of the beef and Guinness is awesome! I usually add more beer than the recipe calls for and serve it with mashed potatoes.
This is a simple oxtail soup requiring you to cook the oxtail first in a pressure cooker and then again with some simple seasonings. The broth will come out with a milky consistency.