Go ahead, rub it in – the Italian herb and garlic mixture that is! Then take your herbed steaks out to the barbecue, grill them to taste with asparagus, red pepper, garlic and zucchini and toss them together with a tangy mix of marinated lentils. Recipe courtesy of Canadian Beef – www.makeitbeef.ca Makes 4 servings
This simple beef based meal-soup recipe has two unlikely ingredients: tomato juice and day-old bread. The bread is an old-fashioned no-fat trick for thickening. A half cup (125 mL) of tomato juice represents one Food Guide Serving of vegetables. Recipe courtesy of Canadian Beef – www.makeitbeef.ca Makes 8 servings Prep: 15 min. Cook: 30 min.
Tenderloin is one of the most tender cuts of beef so it’s easy for kids to love it — don’t save it just for company! You can sub in carrots and/or parsnips for the sweet potatoes or Brussel sprouts if you like. Recipe courtesy of Canadian Beef – www.makeitbeef.ca
Making a bistro-style meal is easier than you think! It’s the simple sauce and great Canadian beef that make this sophisticated recipe so delicious! Use a cast-iron or heavy stainless steel skillet to pan-sear the steak.
You can use Beef Simmering Steak instead of Stewing Cubes in this recipe, if you like. Trim the steak and cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) cubes. Recipe courtesy of Canadian Beef – www.makeitbeef.ca Makes 8 servings