Runza Casserole For Two
Tastes like the restaurant but way easier to make! Hamburger and cabbage casserole... and my 4 year old loved it! I've also made this with onion powder, when I forgot to buy an actual onion! Just add a bit to the raw hamburger and then some more when you add the other seasonings.
Gyudon Japanese Beef Bowl
This is basically a common Japanese fast food where beef and caramelized onions are served on top of short-grain rice. Perfect when hot, cold, or room temperature. Good for school lunches on hot days.
This is a specialty of Springfield, IL. If you only use one slice of bread and one hamburger patty, it's called a ponyshoe!
California Bounty Beef and Vegetable Noodles
Living in California one can get fresh vegetables year-round. Spiralized vegetables are fun and creative for that special main or side spiced up with some California-made sriracha sauce. This recipe is easily adapted with other vegetables.
Laura's Lush Pasta Mix
Pasta mixed with peppers, steak chunks, mushrooms, onions and tomato, topped with a sauce of your choice!
Cast Iron Pan-Seared Steak (Oven-Finished)
Steak is pan-seared in a cast iron skillet and finished in the oven.
Sloppy Joe Sandwiches
This sloppy joe recipe is quick and inexpensive. In addition to putting it on rolls, try this slightly sweet beef mixture over rice, biscuits, or baked potatoes.
Grilled Chili Steak with Garlic-Lime Butter
As we head into grilling season, this is something you should definitely add to the rotation. New York strip steaks are dry-brined with a chili rub, grilled to perfection, and topped with a rich garlic-lime butter providing a flavor profile similar to that of a bowl of chili. Serve with a cold potato salad, baked or barbecued beans, or a green salad if desired.
Sirloin Steak with Mushrooms
Steak served with a sophisticated but easy pan sauce of shiitake mushrooms, tarragon, white wine, shallot, and butter. Impress your sweetheart with this dish!
Classic Patty Melt
A quick, easy, and basic recipe for patty melts. I used Jewish rye bread but any bread will work as long as it's rye. I double the cheese but feel free to use 1 slice per patty melt.