Brown up this kitchen staple to make quick comfort food dinners your family is sure to love.
These hearty open-faced sandwiches are the Texas barbecue cousin of classic sloppy joes. A mixture of diced tomatoes, ketchup,
barbecue sauce, and, if you like, jalapeños coats browned ground beef. Serve it with shredded cheddar cheese atop frozen garlic
A savory gravy dresses up these quick, skillet-cooked hamburger steaks. Eliminate prep time by keeping prepared beef patties
in the freezer for up to three months.
Chili powder and cumin provide plenty of taco flavor without the additional sodium often found in seasoning mixes. Pinto beans
and your favorite taco toppings round out the meal.
Seasonings and Worcestershire sauce give this classic recipe abundant flavor. Mix up mashed potatoes while the meatloaf bakes,
and top it off with a simple three-ingredient tomato sauce.
Kidney beans round out this beefy chili. Just brown ground beef with onion, stir in five additional ingredients, and let it
simmer. Prepare it in a slow cooker during the day for super-fast evening prep.
Only 15 minutes of prep and just one pan to clean makes this homemade pasta sauce labor-light.
These crowd-pleasing beef tacos are so delicious no one will ever know there are veggies mixed in. Top them with tomato, cilantro,
red onion, and cheese.
Try serving chili in a biscuit bowl for a new presentation of an old favorite.
This dish layers in the best of Mexican flavors―enchilada sauce, beef, beans, cheese, and tortillas.
This potato-topped shepherd’s pie gets extra flavor from the cheese and carrots that are added to the mashed potato crust.
And you can take a shortcut with the crust because the recipe calls for frozen mashed potatoes.
Impress company or family with Meaty Cheesy Manicotti topped with a creamy white sauce. Toss a salad and toast bread to serve
Jalapeños give Richard’s Sloppy Joes a zesty kick. If you prefer less spice, just reduce the amount of picked peppers.
The ultimate comfort food mixture of beef and tomato sauce only gets better atop a hearty cornmeal crust.
Enjoy the hearty Italian flavors you love without the guilt! Low-calorie Italian-Style Beef-and-Pepperoni Soup is best when
topped with Parmesan cheese and fresh basil.
Beef-filled tortillas served over Spanish rice and smothered with a creamy sauce make a filling and delicious weeknight supper.
Garnish with salsa and sour cream.
Store-bought pasta sauce and refrigerated ravioli make One-Pot Pasta a speedy supper solution. Plenty of fresh veggies and
garlic are mixed in to give it that homemade taste.
Bake Mini-Cheeseburgers easily in the oven for a new take on an old favorite. The small size is kid-friendly, and cooked patties
can be frozen for a quick solution for school lunches.
This recipe packs meat, corn, beans, and onions into a hearty spud. Finish this one-dish meal off with your favorite potato
Spice up dinner with these Mediterranean-style stuffed pitas. The Greek-seasoned beef is topped with feta cheese and a sauce
made of sesame seed paste and olive oil.
Eat your taco ingredients with a fork―salad style. Save time by setting up a fix-your-own buffet for this ground beef recipe.
Add a twist to your traditional chili by adding sloppy joe mix and hash browns. For an easy side, cook 1 (10 oz.) package
frozen broccoli spears in butter sauce according to package directions. Sprinkle with 1/2 tsp. lemon pepper.