Chuck steak is a tougher cut of meat that requires a little more cooking to bring out the rich flavours making it ideal for soups, stews, casseroles and curries.
Flavourful beef dish using cheaper cuts of meat. Cut off only the outside fat, marbling in the meat gives flavour. Do not worry about any gristle as it will dissolve into jelly in the long cooking time. Substitute gluten-free all purpose or rice flour for a gluten-free dish. Put any leftover wine into small plastic baby food containers and freeze. It is ready to use, no need to thaw, and no waste of good wine.
This recipe is so easy and fool proof. The secret ingredient is a sachet of taco seasoning, combine that with a few other ingredients and hey presto!! 4 hours later a fantastic meal with almost no effort.
This is a tasty beef casserole is flavoured with your favourite beer and cooked on top of the stove.
Beef and mushrooms simmer in a rich beer sauce before going into a hearty, flavourful pie.
This version of a traditional English pasty is perfect for a picnic or packed lunch, or with a simple salad.
The perfect meal for a cold winters day.
This is a great steak pie. You can add swede or other root vegetable to this too if you prefer. Enjoy with beer.
Cooking this beef stew in the pressure cooker makes the meat fall-apart tender in just 20 minutes. Serve with bread and a salad.
Deliciously different dumplings made with suet and sausage meat add richness and flavour to this old favourite.
Oxtail is the secret ingredient which adds richness to this simple beef stew. It's easy to make but must simmer for a while.