Poor Man's Steak lets you enjoy the classic flavor of Salisbury Steak even when you're on a budget. Ground beef is beefed up with cracker crumbs and then pan-fried into a gorgeously-browned steak. Then it's braised in mushroom soup, giving you a tender, savory dinner with a creamy gravy. Poor Man's Steak is certainly rich in flavor!
Plum good? More like plum great or plum amazing! Plum Good Meatballs braises beefy, savory meatballs in a sauce unlike any other: the rich, deep fruit flavor of plums, the sweetness and spiciness of chili sauce, and the meatiness of beef bouillon meld into a luscious mixture that contrasts and elevates the meatball flavor into the stratosphere. Plum Good Meatballs can be piled on potatoes, escorted alongside egg noodles, or just eaten on their own with toothpicks and wide grins. You won't need to worry about leftovers with these.
Let's count down the layers of the 8 Layer Casserole! First a layer of melty, sharp cheese (always a good start). Tender, buttery egg noodles follow the cheese. Then a layer of meaty, rich, and herby sauce for extra savoriness. After that, leafy spinach and a creamy, tangy cream cheese sauce. Finally, more layers of meat sauce and noodles! How could anyone resist the layered flavors of 8 Layer Casserole? It just can't be imagined!
The thrill of finding out what mom packed in your brown bag lunch is almost exciting as chowing down on Brown Bag Casserole! Flavorful ground beef is smothered in savory, golden mushroom soup and creamy cheddar cheese soup–yum! It's topped with everyone's favorite, crinkle-cut fries. Yes, you read that right, salty and crispy golden french fries atop the creamy deliciousness. Brown Bag Casserole is a flavor blast from the past, but your tastebuds will be delighted that they are in the present.
It's really cool how certain meals can remind us of great memories from childhood, like the cake your mom made to celebrate your birthday or the tasty corn on the cob you had at the big neighborhood block party. What's even sweeter are the foods that take us right back to the average day in the life of being a kid. Nostalgia Supper is sure to have you revisiting a casual Tuesday night digging into dinner with your family. After just one bite, though, you'll remember that there's nothing average about this buttery pasta, savory ground beef, and crunchy carrots mixed together with a creamy, cheesy sauce. So take it back to all the good 'ole days, not just the great ones, and let your tastebuds relish in the greatness that is Nostalgia Supper.
Usually, when we think of Wisconsin we immediately go to cheese... but after digging into a bowl of Wisconsin Booyah, that might change. What is it, you might be wondering? It's a meaty chicken and stew meat soup that's loaded with all sorts of garden vegetables, like crunchy celery, sweet carrots, earthy cabbage, delightful potatoes, juicy tomatoes, tender green beans, plump peas, and sweet corn. The savory broth takes some time to simmer, which is perfect if you have a lot on your to-do list. Wisconsin Booyah, your delectable flavor is definitely worth celebrating–booyah!
Coffee and steak? Together? It's not as crazy as it sounds! Coffee-Crusted Beef Tenderloin uses espresso beans as part of an aromatic and smoky-sweet rub that enhances the beefy flavor of the tenderloin. Once seared and roasted to perfection, the tenderloin has a jacket that you'll be dreaming of from now on! Coffee-Crusted Beef Tenderloin is relatively easy to make and results in an unbelievable main course. It'll wake up your tastebuds in an instant!
Bulgogi translates from Korean as "fire meat" and Beef Bulgogi will undoubtedly get your tastebuds fired up! The beef itself is marinated in a delightfully fruity and tangy mixture of classic spices and gochujang—a sweet, savory, and spicy red pepper paste that you have to taste to believe. Then the thin steak slices are sautéed quickly to make them as juicy as possible. Beef Bulgogi is often served over rice or alongside kimchi, but you may be tempted just to eat it on its own. It's certainly delicious enough to do so!
Summer is the season of vibrancy and excitement, so it's no surprise that the best summer dishes have the seasonings that reflect that feeling! Pepper Steak with Squash practically crackles with energy from the bright, sweet bell peppers and tender slices of savory flank steak. Juicy, garden-fresh zucchini squash adds another dimension to the summery stir-fry, as do the crunchy water chestnuts. Pepper Steak with Squash is a speedy meal best enjoyed in the sunshine, but you can whip it up whenever you require a little summertime flair!
Buon Appetito! In fact, with the Italian Casserole on the table, it's going to be a great evening! This home-cooked favorite whisks you away to the sunny hills and marbled blue waters of Italy on a ship of bright, sweet tomato sauce, savory beef, and tender pasta shells. A magical melt of creamy mozzarella and provolone cheeses tops the Italian Casserole like a classical column of taste that amazes the eye and the tastebuds. Enjoy your culinary vacation to Italy! Salute!