From hearty roasts to savory pasta dishes, these classics with a twist are sure to be a hit at dinner tonight.
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This slow-simmered meat-and-potatoes supper is down-home comfort food at its finest.
Featuring tender shredded beef, a medley of veggies, and a satisfying touch of heat, these fajitas will quickly become a family favorite.
Served alongside hot-cooked rice, this Asian-inspired dish requires just 20 minutes of prep time. Make it with your favorite veggies; we love carrots, sweet red peppers, and snap peas.
Red wine, chopped dill pickles, and zesty mustard set this succulent beef pot roast apart from the rest.
A layer of polenta and olive tapenade topping adds a gourmet touch to slow-simmered beef.
Stir fennel and basil into classic beef stew for an appealing twist.
For a dinner party-worthy dish, team this tempting wine-simmered beef dish with a crisp tossed salad and crusty bread.
Medium or hot salsa adds a touch of heat to this classic favorite. Simmer the meat-and-veggie mixture for up to eight hours for a sandwich filling that's sure to please any crowd.
Mixed dried fruit, cranberries, orange juice, molasses, cinnamon, and nutmeg give plain-Jane corned beef a lively twist you'll love.
Tender pieces of beef, carrot, onion, and sweet pepper simmer in a luscious paprika- and caraway-accented tomato sauce in this slow-cooker rendition of the old-world classic.
Looking for a slow-cooked roast that serves just two? Try this fiery chipotle-seasoned chuck roast.
Sweet mango slices add fresh flavor to smoky beef cooked in beer and barbecue sauce.
Jazz up basic cocktail meatballs by simmering them in apple jelly, brown mustard, and whiskey sauce.
Cajun spices and hot pepper sauce add a fiery kick to this beef roast smothered in sweet peppers and onions.
This beefy chili gets a hot kick from finely chopped jalapeno peppers.
This saucy brisket recipe is ideal for game day parties; freeze leftovers for a great dinner later in the week.
Store-bought spaghetti sauce cuts down on prep time for this hearty beef dish. Make it with your favorite veggies; we love zucchini, sweet peppers, and onions. Serve it with whole wheat pasta.