Spice up a typical steak dinner with this Puerto Rican-inspired recipe featuring mashed plantains (similar to mofongo). Move over, steak and potatoes!
When an outdoor smoker isn’t an option, this mouthwatering molasses brisket is the next best thing. A little liquid smoke will infuse the brisket with rich BBQ flavor and braising it in the crockpot ensures it will be super tender and juicy!
An easy marinade with lime, cilantro, and garlic infuses strip steaks with tons of flavor. Serve them with a warm mayo-free potato salad on the side for a fresh take on a meat-and-potatoes meal.
A beef tenderloin deserves to be the star of your holiday table. This roast features a combination of orange, rosemary and sweet warm spices for unbeatable flavor. Make-ahead tips included to streamline your cooking!
This flavorful, beefy cut, which is also known as the Brazilian picanha or the top sirloin cap, is roasted with a smoky spice blend. A refreshing red pepper salsa balances out the sweet heat and savory flavors.
Primal Kitchen Lemon Turmeric Vinaigrette & Marinade makes a super-simple meal with a sweet, spicy, and sour tang-all in one bottle.
The lean and mild character of the Tri-Tip make it perfect for a flavor-packed chimichurri. Moist and juicy, this roast is sure to be a hit with the whole family looking for something quick yet different on a weeknight.
During a camping trip, Chef Yankel—leaning over the fire, making his morning coffee—was inspired by the bitter, nutty aroma of the roasted coffee mixed with the smell of the wood smoke. With the addition of some vinegar and brown sugar, a thick, sweet barbecue sauce that perfectly complements grass-fed steak […]
Bacon and filet mignon is a classic combination, and this dish brings the flavors together with a slow-braised cabbage infused with smoky bacon, sweet apple cider, and tangy cider vinegar.
If you’ve ever forgotten the thaw something for dinner, this recipe is for you. This technique makes it easy to cook ground beef directly from the freezer and you pick the seasonings.
Ground beef makes the prep for this dish simple and quick, and the creamy mushroom sauce gets a tang from Greek yogurt. It’s an easy 30-minute meal!
Simmering garlic in olive oil produces a sweet, golden paste to slather on a roast along with a smoky spice rub. The meat soaks up all the flavor, and leftover slices make a great sandwich.