From fancy steak suppers to simple pasta tosses, these meals are so good -- and so simple to make, even on hectic weeknights.
Top steaks and potatoes with a warm relish of cherry tomatoes, garlic, green olives, and fresh oregano.
Make a meal out of this fresh Caprese salad by adding pasta and steak. Store-bought basil pesto is the perfect topping for the dish.
Searching for a quick dinner? Try a stir-fry. This one pairs strips of beef with broccoli florets, carrots, onions, and beans in a tangy orange-soy dressing.
For a fun twist on the traditional meatball sub, skip the sauce and cover meatballs with pineapple and chutney. Crushed red pepper adds just the right amount of spicy to balance the sweet.
For a spur-of-the-moment steak dinner, top skillet-cooked cuts of beef with potatoes and grape tomatoes cooked with fragrant garlic.
No grilling needed! Cook a steak for dinner using just one pan. We show you how!
Flat iron steak gets a kick with fajita seasoning. Pair it with barbecue-sauce-covered baked beans and corn bread.
Sourdough bread topped with a creamy Dijon-and-mayonnaise blend is the perfect base for roast beef, tomatoes, and spinach. Bold-flavor olive tapenade is this recipe's secret ingredient.
Precooked herbed beef roast is the base for this flavorful meal. Pile on sweet peppers and provolone cheese for a sandwich so saucy it requires a fork and knife.
Thyme-mustard mayo, sweet red peppers, and blue cheese add delicious flavor to this tender beef sandwich. Grill wraps before serving for a slight crunch.
This skillet-cooked steak is a crowd pleaser. Make it a meal by serving with garlicky white beans.
Seasoned steak tops ripe tomatoes, fresh cucumbers, crisp radishes, and salty feta cheese.
Spread coarse-grain mustard on top of thick steaks before broiling to spice up your meat. A drizzle of thyme- and rosemary-infused butter adds richness and flavor.
This hearty stew is filled with chunks of sirloin, tomatoes, carrots, and barley.
Cut your cooking time in half by using packaged, cooked beef pot roast and building from there. Sweet cherries, red pepper, onion, and sage add flavor, while balsamic vinegar gives this pot roast great depth.
A little butter helps sear cracked black pepper into the steak, while a cream-base sauce made with brandy and beef broth tames the peppery bite.
Quick-cooking rice pouches and frozen veggies are a great base for fast stir-fries. Combine with strips of sirloin and a sauce made of hoisin, vinegar, and chili paste.