Brown up this kitchen staple to make quick ground beef recipes your family is sure to love.
This beef recipe makes the most of your busy weeknights. You can make the patties ahead, then simply thaw in the fridge overnight
Tacos are a go-to on busy weeknights because all you have to do is prepare the beef, chop the toppings and everyone can make
their own. These tacos get their flavor from cumin and chili powder without the additional sodium often found in packaged
This Southern meatloaf recipe features Creole and Greek seasonings and a hint of garlic. A few tablespoons of Worcestershire
sauce spice up the traditional ketchup topping.
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.
Queso fresco is Spanish for "fresh cheese." It has a soft and crumbly texture (similar to feta) with mild flavor. You can
find it in the dairy section of larger supermarkets.
Try serving chili in a biscuit bowl for a new presentation of an old favorite.
Let your lasagna go Mexican by layering ground beef and sausage with corn tortillas, tomatoes, green chiles, enchilada sauce,
and cheese. It's a convenient weeknight dinner that the kids will love as much as the grownups.
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.
An 8-ounce package of manicotti shells has 14 shells; a couple may break, so we count on using 12 shells in this recipe.
Our adult taste-testers described this dish as mildly hot. If your family prefers less kick, adjust the amount of pickled
jalapeños (and liquid from the jar) to suit their tastes.
The combination of beef and tomato sauce on a hearty cornmeal crust makes the ultimate comfort food.
Enjoy the hearty Italian flavors you love without the guilt! This low-calorie 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.
Get the homemade taste without the fuss! Store-bought pasta sauce and refrigerated ravioli are mixed with plenty of fresh
veggies and garlic to make this pasta speedy and delicious.
Whether you're planning for pint-size palates or simply desire to serve appetizer-sized portions of the American classic,
these mini burgers are a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
This recipe packs meat, corn, beans, and onions into a hearty spud. Finish this one-dish meal off with your favorite potato
You can find tahini paste on the imported food aisle of large supermarkets or in Mediterranean markets.
Eat your taco ingredients with a fork―salad style. Save time by setting up a fix-your-own buffet for this ground beef recipe.
This 5-ingredient casserole features convenient frozen hash brown potatoes, a can of Sloppy Joe sauce and can of chili.
Our Test Kitchen couldn't get enough of these new sloppy joes enlivened with a splash of cola, which gives the ground beef
a sweet boost that plays well off the filling's spices. Try these with traditional or split-top hot dog buns or hoagie rolls.
Garnish with your favorite coleslaw for crunch and color.
Make this Texas Friday-night-football favorite your Tuesday supper.
Use pepper relish to add sweet-savory punch and a pretty glaze.
Rich, beefy petite tender, the quick-cooking foundation of this stew and a supermarket steak cut from shoulder, looks and
tastes like tenderloin but costs a third of the price. Can't find it? Try chuck-eye steak, which has good flavor but needs
a little more trimming.