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Beef Recipes

Here are some of my favourite beef recipes. Click on the description or the photo itself to take you to the delicious recipe

For me this pie is heaven in a dish. Succulent slow cooked beef, rich guinness and puff pastry. It's really easy to cook, throw in the fact it uses the cheapest cut of beef, and you have a sure fire winner!

This is a proper dish to brighten up a cold winter day and is a great alternative to a Sunday roast. It's also a great example of the fact that beef doesn't need to be expensive, just cooked with a bit of TLC

Salads can be boring. Plain leaves with no dressing and a bit of rubbery chicken. This salad shows how they should be done, with juicy steak, bursting with flavour. Complement this with delicious watercress and a zingy lemon dressing and you have a great flavoursome dish.

This is a real treat for steak lovers. With this dish you have the strong combination of peppery rocket and salty parmesan, providing the perfect companions to a well cooked steak.

Spag Bol. This is a dish that has suffered from being a student favourite containing only mince and cheap supermarket sauce. With a little care and attention though, spaghetti bolognese should be a dish that's the ultimate in comfort and packed with flavour.

This recipe is the epitome of simplicity and it's so quick to make. Succulent steak & fresh tagliatelle bound together with melted butter that's infused with the beautiful aroma of chopped fresh rosemary.

This is a proper classic. The creamy peppercorn sauce works so well with a succulent steak. If my wife would allow me, I'd eat this every day!

This dish will get your taste buds going. The fragrant butter infused with thyme, melting over a perfectly cooked steak into creamy cabbage is a great indulgent quick dish.

This is the ultimate comfort food. So rich, delicious and moreish. This recipe is for 4 people and is freezable, but I dare you not to go back for a second helping. Just don't expect to be able to walk for a while after!

This is a delicious chilli - perfect to warm you up and a great, easy recipe to make in larger quantities. You can serve the lot in a big dish in the middle of the table to share with family or friends, or divide it up into freezer bags to keep for a later date.

This week, there are two original recipes on my newsletter which will make Christmas that little bit easier, and taste that much better! My Pork & Pickle Stuffing Balls and my Baileys Biscuits. The stuffing recipe is a great alternative to the traditional sage and onion - filled with pork, apple and chunky pickle, it has a real tang to it and is very easy and cheap to make. My very grown-up Baileys Biscuits have a good whack of alcohol and a delicious chewy, oat bite to them - naughtily moreish!

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