Best Ever Saucy Beef Kabobs
This is a five-star recipe that combines the great taste of grilled beef kabobs with a delicious tomato sauce baste. I always double the sauce to top the beef and veggies over rice. A mouth-watering meal.
I learned this musaka from my Bulgarian mother-in-law though it's probably Turkish in origin. The recipe calls for chubritsa, a Bulgarian herb that can be difficult to find in the States, so basil can be used in its place.
Originally this came from a Cuban friend, but I've since doctored it quite a bit. This dish is hearty and a meal in itself. By adding more meat, beans, and rice, you can feed a large group of people. You might want to add more spice as well.
I learned how to make these tacos while a man from Oaxaca, Mexico lived with my family. They are traditional Mexican tacos and one of the best things I know how to make.
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In this steak enchilada recipe, baked corn tortillas are filled with sautéed beef, onion, and chile peppers. It's topped with tomato sauce, sour cream, green onions, and Cheddar cheese.
Broccoli Beef II
A wonderful dish to make at home and it tastes like take-out. Beef strips are quickly marinated and then sauteed with broccoli and mushrooms in a rich sauce.
Rempel Family Meatloaf
Tired of boring old meat loaf? Well give this one a try. My husband won't eat any other meat loaf but mine.
This is a quick and simple way to cream ground beef. It uses milk instead of cream, along with a variety of veggies. Serve over toast or biscuits and try it with some hard boiled eggs.
Mongolian Beef II
Savory strips of sirloin roast are soaked in a spicy marinade and sauteed with green onions. Serve over steamed rice or fried rice noodles.