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.
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.
This southwestern steak soup is hearty, and really easy to make. Affordable beef round and simple pantry ingredients combine to make this delicious soup. It’s a little bit spicy and totally satisfying. With beef, tomatoes, black beans and corn, this soup won’t leave you hungry.
These beef & potato skewers are great for summer cook-outs. Affordable beef round pieces are marinated with a combination of Worcestershire and soy sauce, herbs and spices. They’re super flavorful and tender. Then the beef is skewered with little potatoes and grilled, making a delicious addition to your next barbeque.
This steak salad & chimichurri dressing is an easy and quick way to get dinner on the table on busy weeknights. The steak makes this salad a meal, and the chimichurri dressing makes it special. The only cooking involved for this delicious dinner is grilling…
Need a quick, delicious dinner on a busy weeknight? Look no further than this Cuban Cube Steak. It’s quick, easy and super flavorful. Using cube steak saves some cash too, since it’s inexpensive yet tender. Serve the steaks with a side of white rice and beans for a complete meal that’s affordable, delicious and filling.