Cornish Pasties are like a hand held version of a meat pie. You can eat them with a knife and fork too but according to the PGI they can only be filled with beef, potato, turnip and onion and the only seasoning can be salt and pepper. They’re then folded into a D shape and baked. The rules are strict, but only if you’re planning to sell them so there’s no need to worry about making them at home.
Tender and juicy beef short ribs in a sauce with a huge punch of flavour from the chipotle chilis in adobo sauce. Cooked low and slow, these braised Chipotle Beef Short Ribs fall right off the bone and are even better the next day.
What do you get when you cross Yorkshire Pudding with Shepherd’s Pie? Shepherd’s Pie Yorkies! The meat mixture similar to a Shepherd’s Pie is stuffed into an oversized Yorkshire Pudding, then topped with fluffy mashed potatoes and baked in the oven. This is a great way to use up leftover roast beef but you can use deli meat or ground beef and they’re just as good.
Restaurants often serve enchiladas with either beef, beans or cheese. Beef and Black Bean Enchiladas include all three and are stuffed generously in tortillas, then baked in a thick sauce smothered with cheese. What’s not to love?
A beef brisket is a wide flat cut of beef from the chest area of a cow. Because it’s not the most tender cut, low and slow is the way to go, then wrapping and resting is the secret to Smoked Beef Brisket perfection. You don’t need a traditional smoker to smoke meat either.