This easy steak and kidney pie pairs perfectly with a side of roasted brussel sprouts.
In this hearty recipe, lean pieces of beef are simmered slowly in a rich, spicy tomato and red pepper broth.
This dish is best started overnight to maximize the rich flavour of the beef and red wine. It’s worth using a good-quality red in the dish – you’ll appreciate the superior flavour.
A hearty beef and vegetable casserole that can be left to cook or made ahead and then reheated before serving. Cook the dumplings on top shortly before serving.
A tempting beef casserole – with artichoke hearts, fava beans, new potatoes and juicy, purple-skinned kalamata olives – that is ideal for a family Sunday lunch or easy entertaining, and needs only a green salad alongside.
Beef provides plenty of iron and minerals. It makes a mouth-watering casserole when cooked with beer and hearty winter vegetables.
Asian flavours are often associated with stir-fries, but as this delicious meal shows, they can be used to good effect in a hearty braise. Lemon grass, star anise and cinnamon add an exotic edge to braised beef. Serve with steamed rice or noodles.
Slow-cooked beef and beans in a rich tomato sauce spiced with chilis and cumin make this an inviting meal on a wintry day. Warm, crumbly, moist cornbread studded with corn kernels and mild green chiles makes the perfect accompaniment for a classic chili con carne.
Long, slow cooking gives this traditional beef casserole its inimitable flavour. The cooking liquid is reduced simply by removing the casserole lid, resulting in a wonderfully aromatic red wine and brandy sauce that glazes the beef and vegetables.