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Beef Recipes

Shepherd’s Pie

Who said a pie needs to be sweet? Enjoy this savory pie made of meat and vegetables with a crust of delicious mashed potatoes! Traditionally made with lamb, we're using ground sirloin instead, although you can definitely make this recipe with lamb, if you prefer. This dish is also a great way to use up left over beef roasts. Just cut up the hunks of cooked beef into small pieces and use that meat instead of ground sirloin. The possibilities for this dish are almost limitless - we'd love to hear how you tweak our Shepherd's Pie recipe to make it your own. Let us know in the comments below!

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Reuben Dip

This recipe is dangerous! Dangerously delicious! We made this dip in our sample kitchen to use up some leftover corned beef. We thought that we'd be able to take the dip home for a basketball party that we were having, and we were wrong. Within 30 minutes, all of this dip had been devoured by the staff here, it is so good! The dip is creamy, full of flavor and spreads perfectly on a cracker. If you want to take your dip game up to the next level, instead of using crackers to dip, try toasting rye bread and dipping that into the Reuben Dip. Mmmmmmm, so delicious!

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Reuben Casserole

Reuben CasseroleCorned Beef is delicious, but if you get a full Corned Beef Brisket, you're going to have lots of leftovers! You probably don't want to eat Corned Beef and Cabbage for a full week, so here's a great way to use some left over Corned Beef - our Reuben Casserole recipe. This casserole takes your favorite Reuben sandwich flavors and puts them into a hearty casserole. Combine the ingredients, bake and enjoy a completely delicious dinner made from leftovers. If you like, you can customize this recipe by using Potatoes O'Brien for more flavors in the casserole, or by upping the cheese or Thousand Island dressing. The possibilities are almost endless. Let us know how you modified this recipe in the comments below!

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Corned Beef Tacos

Corned Beef TacosLots of people enjoy Corned Beef on St. Patrick's Day but have lots of leftovers they don't want to eat with Cabbage! Here's a delicious and easy way to use up your leftover Corned Beef - make Corned Beef Tacos! This recipe uses already cooked Corned Beef, a homemade Jalapeno Cabbage Coleslaw, as well as Swiss Cheese and Thousand Island dressing. The result is a delicious take on a taco that may make it into your regular Taco Tuesday lineup! What are your favorite ways to enjoy leftover Corned Beef? Let us know in the comments below and search for more Corned Beef recipes on the site!

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Cajun Beef Stew

Spice up your beef stew with our easy to make Cajun Beef Stew recipe! This recipe combines Cajun seasonings with traditional base flavorings made from the "Holy Trinity" of onions, green pepper and celery. We keep the final dish flavorful with a bit of kick, but not too spicy. If you'd like to spice up the dish, add your favorite hot sauce, like Tabasco, along with the beef broth. Do you have any favorite Cajun recipes or tricks to get this recipe to turn out even more delicious? Let us know in the comments below, we love to hear from you!

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Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Tacos

Here at Lake Geneva Country Meats, we absolutely love tacos. We're probably not going out on too much of a limb if we guess that you also loved tacos. While there are many types of tacos, this Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Taco holds a special place in our hearts. We think the richly flavored shredded beef chuck roast has an amazing texture that has plain old ground beef tacos beat. Since this is a slow cooker, it's easy and simple to put in the slow cooker when you leave in the morning and have delicious smelling taco meat ready for you to shred when you get home at night. We used simple toppings on our tacos - fresh pico de gallo, a little bit of shredded cheese and some fresh cilantro. What's your favorite way to top your taco? Let us know in the comments below!

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Beef and Broccoli

This Beef and Broccoli recipe is an easy to make recipe that'll get a delicious dinner on the table fast! The recipe only needs three main ingredients, so preparing the recipe is a snap. We use Soy Vey Teriyaki marinade, available at LGCM, to keep things simple with the recipe, but any soy sauce marinade will work. If you'd like to make your own at home, try combining 1/4 cup Soy Sauce, 1/4 cup Vegetable Oil, 2 cloves of garlic, minced, and 1 tbsp. of Brown Sugar. Do you have a trick to make an out of this world Beef and Broccoli dish? Let us know in the comments below!

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Steakhouse Flat Iron Steaks

Flat Iron Steaks are a popular new cut of beef that comes from the shoulder or chuck of a beef animal. They're a thin steak with lots of flavor and are quite tender for their low cost, even if they're not as tender as a beef tenderloin! This recipes seasons the steaks with our Ultimate Steak and Roast Rub, then quickly pan sears the steaks in butter and garlic for huge flavor. Slice the steak into strips and you're ready to feed a crowd! We served this steak with three dipping sauces - horseradish, our Steakhouse Sauce and ketchup - for everyone to enjoy. What do you think of this recipe? Let us know in the comments below!

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Greek Seasoned T-Bone Steak with Cucumber & Tomato Salad

When you think of steak toppings in America, you think of a thick tomato based steak sauce. That's delicious, but sometimes you want something a bit lighter and fresher. This Greek Seasoned T-Bone Steak with Cucumber & Tomato Salad recipe adapted from the Beef Council is the perfect recipe for a delicious steak topped with a fresh topping. Putting this mixture of cucumber, tomato and grape on your steak will kick the flavor up another notch without detracting from the rich beef flavor at all. Thanks to the Beef Council for sharing this recipe and let us know what you thought of the recipe in the comments below. Do you have a favorite steak topper that we should try? Hear from you soon!

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Hearty Country Style Meatloaf

Hearty Country Style MeatloafMeatloaf is such a delicious comfort food. It's got lots of flavor, warms you up and fills you up. There are a million different recipes for meatloaf, but we really like this one. We think using the 60/40 blend of ground beef and pork makes for great flavor and texture. The beef adds flavor while the pork adds just enough fat to the mixture to help everything stick together without making the loaf too greasy. If you like, you can use all ground beef. What are your favorite tricks for meatloaf? Let us know in the comments below, we always love trying new variants!

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