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Anybody got any ideas on what to do with beef to make it more interesting? recipes? links?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created June 09, 2013 at 7:37 PM

Hey guys i eat a lot of beef but only seem to roast it and then have it with veg or if its a steak i fry it or grill it! Is there any interesting or wacky recipes out there that you've tried and would recommend? I would like to make a curry but can't seem to find any decent recipes that are mostly paleo!!

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You can use it for chicken also Ryan. I actually don't have the best teeth and tough meat is usually cheaper I find. I don't like eating raw meat from the grocery store so the tenderer the meat the more I personally like it. I strongly prefer my pressure cooker to my slow cooker. Good luck friend :)

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Maybe i will invest! Thanks for the advice!

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thanks for the advice !!

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on June 09, 2013
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Steak or roast can be chopped into small cubes and then used in stuffed peppers, stuffed grape leaves, texas chili, etc. It's not something you'd want to do with a fancy, tender steak like a filet mignon, but when various pot roasts go on sale, it definitely opens up more options than just roasting a big, old roast.

Basically, you can chop a steak and use it where you'd otherwise use ground meat. Sometimes, the chopped steak works better!

Also, for what it's worth, a the recipe for a basic paleo curry goes something like this: some kind of meat, plenty of various vegetables, curry spices, coconut milk. Stir-fry the vegetables and meat, and then add the spices and coconut milk. I like to mix my own curry spices, but you can start with a premade blend. Coconut milk isn't required for a curry, but when you add it with the spices, it basically makes a defacto curry sauce.

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on June 09, 2013
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Investing in a pressure cooker was the best decision I've made in regards to eating delicious beef that I've ever made. Nothing beats paying cheap/pound and getting gloriously tender meals.

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on June 10, 2013
at 05:50 PM

Maybe i will invest! Thanks for the advice!

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on June 10, 2013
at 10:41 PM

You can use it for chicken also Ryan. I actually don't have the best teeth and tough meat is usually cheaper I find. I don't like eating raw meat from the grocery store so the tenderer the meat the more I personally like it. I strongly prefer my pressure cooker to my slow cooker. Good luck friend :)

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