Here we have a comfort food classic! An easy and delicious pot roast that’s cooked low and slow on the stovetop until it’s fall-apart tender. This pot roast is Sunday Dinner worthy with very little fuss.
Bistec Empanizado (breaded steak) is a thin steak that’s seasoned, coated in cracker meal and fried until it is golden brown. It’s a traditional, and very popular, Cuban dish. Serve the steaks with lime wedges, white rice and beans for a traditional (and awesome) Cuban meal.
These stuffed biscuits are easy to make and delicious. In this recipe, store-bought refrigerated biscuits are stuffed with a flavorful ground beef mixture that’s flavored with onions, carrots, garlic, olives and a combination of spices. Then they’re brushed with an egg wash and baked until golden, flaky and fabulous!
Cuban Picadillo is perfect comfort food. It’s really easy to make too, and doesn’t take all that long, so it’s perfect for weeknight meals. In this recipe we go all out with fried potatoes, veggies, spices and salty olives cooked with lean ground beef and tomato sauce.
This stir fry sauce is great with beef, pork, shrimp, chicken or just plain vegetables. Finding quick and easy recipes is important if you want to serve your family home-cooked meals, even on busy weeknights. This stir fry sauce is great for this! One easy sauce, many delicious dinner possibilities!
Shredded beef tacos are an easy and delicious way to shake up taco night. Flank steak is cooked in beef broth until tender and shredded. Then it’s added to a simple tomato sauce that flavored with a homemade taco seasoning mix. Serve the shredded beef on soft or hard tacos and dress them up with your favorite toppings.
Filled with seasoned ground beef, black beans and corn, these southwestern egg rolls are super flavorful and really easy to make.The beef filling comes together quickly and we take some help from the market by purchasing the egg roll wrappers. These southwestern egg rolls are a perfect appetizer for your game-day spread or cocktail party.
Carne con Papas translates to beef with potatoes. It’s a popular Cuban dish, and like most Cuban food, it’s made with simple, affordable ingredients. The ingredients in carne con papas are similar to what you’d put in a beef stew, but it is saucy instead of soupy.