Short on time? Try using beef in one of these delicious dinner recipes.
Cost per serving: $3.39
This slow-cooker supper takes little time and packs in a lot of flavor.
See recipe: Brisket with Root Vegetables
Cost per serving: $2.39
Fresh parsley is the key ingredient in chimichurri sauce, a perfect complement to a robust steak. If you can’t find skirt steak at your supermarket, you can use flank or hanger steak―both work just as well.
See recipe: Skirt Steak with Chimichurri
Cost per serving: $1.11
If you’ll be out of the house all day, this delicious brisket stands up well to cooking on low for 10 to 11 hours
Recipe: Slow-Cooker Sweet-and-Sour Brisket
Cost per serving: $2.81
Modify this recipe with leftover steak. You can substitute a different cut to use what you have on hand, such as skirt steak in place of flank steak. With just a few simple ingredients, these meaty wraps really satisfy.
See recipe: Chili-Rubbed Flank Steak Wraps
Cost per serving: $2.48
Eye of round is a lean cut of beef, so take care not to overcook the meat or it will be tough.
See recipe: Eye of Round Roast with Pan Juices
Cost per serving: $1.72
Instead of steak, try our Master Meat Mix, and you'll have plenty of leftovers to freeze and serve again.
See recipe: Skillet Stroganoff
Cost per serving: $1.18
Spice up a comfort food classic with this flavorful recipe. For a time-saving side dish, serve with frozen peas or mixed vegetables. And you can make the leftovers into meat loaf sandwiches the next day.
See recipe: Smoky Chipotle Meat Loaf
Cost per serving: $1.23
This one-dish Beef and Potato Pie recipe is an inexpensive family favorite. If you end up having more beef, but few potatoes left over, add it to a wrap or pita sandwich for lunch the next day.
See recipe: Beef and Potato Pie
Cost per serving: $3.32
Surprise your family with this tasty Flank Steak with Red Onions recipe that looks fancy, but takes little time to prepare. The steak is also good cold; put leftovers over a salad the next day, or in a sandwich.
See recipe: Flank Steak with Red Onions
Cost per serving: $2.47
Wrap any remaining meat and gravy; refigerate. On another night, shred the meat, stir it into the gravy and serve it on top of cooked egg noodles.
See recipe: Cola-Braised Brisket
Cost per serving: $2.02
Want to make this meal even healthier? Use extra-lean ground beef or ground turkey and swap in brown rice instead of white to add fiber and other nutrients to this dish.
See recipe: Beef-and-Rice-Stuffed Peppers
Cost per serving: $3.21
Satisfy your craving for a burger and fries with this tasty spin on a classic. Instead of English muffins, you can make this recipe with traditional hamburger buns, or try whole-wheat buns to up the nutritional value.
See recipe: Burgers and Fries
For these roast beef French dip sandwiches, slow-cook rump roast and serve over toasted French bread and top with the juicy
See recipe: Roast Beef French Dip Sandwiches
For an easy appetizer, divide the recipe into a mini muffin tray and serve on a tray with toothpicks and dipping sauces.
See Recipe: Mini Meat Loaves