We love experimenting with new recipes and trying them out with different cuts of beef. If you have been gifted one of our Christmas boxes or you grabbed a package yourself you will want to make sure you take a look at these diverse recipes from cuts commonly found in our boxes! Some recipes are ones we've tried from the Beef Check Off program or ones we've developed on our own.We hope you love them as much as we do!
Beef Roast Recipes
Sirloin Tip Roast
Step 1: Cover thawed Sirloin Tip Roast in olive oil and seasoning (cracked garlic salt here)
Step 2: Roast - 1 hour at 220 degrees, turn off oven and let it continue to roast for 20 more minutes or until internal temperature of 130 degrees (measured with a meat thermometer) for medium rare
Step 3: Sear- on both sides in a skillet in olive oil until you get a crust
Step 4: Rest - let the meat rest for 15 minutes to absorb the juices before cutting
Step 5: Slice and serve.
Thyme-Rubbed Beef Sirloin Tip Toast with Roasted Onion and Pear Wild Rice
Eye of Round Roast (pictured above) Recipe using Joanna Gaines' beef tenderloin recipe
Braised Short Ribs - Pioneer Woman
Succulent Filet in a field of greens
Bowls with Balance - Korean Beef Bowls
Chimichurri- Marinated Strip Filets
Grilled Ribeye Steak with Parmesan Tomatoes and Squash
Step 1: Brown 1 lb RRF ground beef with diced onions
Step 2: Add 1 cup ketchup, 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce, 1 tsp garlic powder, 2 diced tomatoes (or 1 can), and 1 diced red pepper.
Step 3: Mix together and serve on a bun.
Mom tip: If you have left overs add a can of chili beans to the mix and make chili dogs for day two!
Step 1: That 1 package of stew meat
Step 2: Cut vegetables of your choice into small pieces (zucchini, peppers, squash, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, etc.) Toss into a bowl with olive oil and garlic salt.
Step 3: Season beef with seasoning of your choice (Bearded Butchers is PRETTY amazing) or Worcestershire sauce.
Step 4: Place meat and vegetables distributed throughout a skewer stick (remember if you're using a wooden stick make sure you soak them in water).
Step 5: Grill until your preferred temperature for steak.
Send us your favorite recipes with our beef for us to try!
Round or Cube Steak
Chicken Fried Steak (to my GF friends, Kentucky Kernel has an AMAZING GF fried chicken seasoning that we use)