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.
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.
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.