This Beef and Vegetable Stir Fry is quick to make and really good. In this recipe, steak strips are quickly browned then combined with mixed vegetables and a delicious, homemade stir fry sauce. Serve this beef and vegetable stir fry with white rice or noodles for a filling, delicious meal your family will love!
Vaca Frita is shredded beef that’s quickly fried in a little bit of oil to create a crispy crust. It’s a popular Cuban dish that’s really easy to make and absolutely delicious. Serve the vaca frita with white rice and black beans for a traditional Cuban meal your family will love.
These beef taquitos are super easy to make, and perfect as an appetizer or dinner. Lean ground beef is seasoned with a southwestern inspired spice blend and cooked with tomato sauce to make a flavorful and delicious taco filling. We add shredded cheddar jack cheese and use flour tortillas to roll the taquitos.
This beef and broccoli recipe will become your go-to for busy weeknights. Prep work on this dish is a snap; you can even get some help from the market by purchasing pre-sliced beef and mushrooms. Serve the beef and broccoli over white rice or noodles for a delicious and filling meal that will have your family asking for it again and again.
These beef empanadas are baked not fried and feature an easy-to-make ground beef filing. In this recipe we use premade empanada disks so they come together really quick. And with step by step instructions, you’ll be an expert in no-time. Empanadas make great appetizers, and they’re perfect for breakfast, brunch or as a mid-day snack.
This steak and mushrooms dinner comes together quickly, and it’s absolutely delicious. In this recipe, sirloin steak in cut into bite sized pieces and cooked in a flavorful mushroom sauce. We serve the steak and mushroom over a bed of mashed potatoes for a filling, comforting meal that is sure to please.
Ropa Vieja is a traditional Cuban dish that’s easy to make and delicious. The literal translation of ropa vieja is “old clothes”, odd I know. It’s called this because the shredded beef resembles tattered, old clothes. What it actually is: Steak, usually flank, that’s boiled, shredded and cooked in a flavorful tomato sauce.
Bistec a Caballo is the Cuban equivalent to steak and eggs. It translates to “steak on a horse” – don’t ask me why. This dish is simple to make, it’s a thin steak that’s quickly pan-fried, served on a generous bed of French fries and topped with a fried egg, preferably with a soft yolk.